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Mustang Ford took bits and pieces from the Falcon and Fairlane cars and created what took the car industry by storm in 1964 The Mustang was the first of its kind and is the number one selling car of its class The first generation mustangs 1965 1973 set the pace for the following generations of mustangs The advertisements Ford used to sell the mustangs also set the pace for future mustangs In 1962 The Mustang I was the first Mustang It was a mid engine two seater that used space-age sub-frame technology Campisano The Mustang II followed it The Mustang II looked more like the real production Mustang The Mustang was unveiled on April 17 1964 at New Yorks world Fair The night before the unveiling Ford in vested 2 million in advertisement airtime around 900 pm on all major TV networks Very few people were disappointed in the new Mustang It was the first of its kind With a long hood and short deck but most of all what made it the most interesting was it had a backseat This was unheard of in 1964 A sports car with a back seat Ford could not produce enough Mustangs There was such a great demand for them that there were people over running the Ford dealerships just to get a glimpse of Americas first pony car There were places at the movies or other parking lots that were reserved just for mustangs These places were called corrals When other mustangs passed each other they would stop and talk to each other even if they didnt know one another The mustang came with an assortment of options Ford offered the 170 cubic inch engine It is a straight six Ford also offered a 289 cubic inch engine It is the V8 that was top of the line until 1967 Unlike todays generation of mustangs to get a V8 in the
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