The Entirety of Mustang History in Less Than 300 Words

The production grille Pony emblem surrounded by the corral on the 1965 Mustang. Compared to the Phil Clark’s original design, this and subsequent versions of the pony show more of a running stance rather than galloping. The head and neck are more horizontal and the tail flows out behind.

In case you were looking for a a Cliffs Notes summation of Mustang history…

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Can a Mustang GT Take Down an E92 M3?


The E92 generation M3 is widely regarded as one of the best driving cars out there, and it can certainly hold its own on the race track.

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Power Wheels Mustang Goes High-Tech


The popular Fisher-Price Power Wheels Mustang model has gotten a few high-tech updates.

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1968 Mustang GT Fastback Restomod Is a Perfect Driver


This 1968 Ford Mustang GT fastback may just be your dream car.

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This 2013 GT500 Is a 2,000 Horsepower, 7-Second Wheelie Machine!


Built by Evolution performance and driven by Brian “The IceMan” Devilbiss, this GT500 has been dubbed “The Devil’s Reject.” But Satan may want to rethink that decision.

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