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The Cobra logo appeared for the first time ever on the 1965 Ford Mustang Shelby G.T 350, right in the middle of the steering wheel. Carroll Shelby, who designed the G.T 350, gained automotive popularity thanks in part to his Ford-Powered AC Shelby Cobras; it made sense when he put a hint of those AC Cobras on his newly designed performance Mustangs. The first time the Cobra name appeared on the exterior was on the

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The 1964 Ford Mustang entered the automotive world and became an instant success, offering a fairly inexpensive and fun 210hp V8 engine inside something brand new. The Mustang found its way onto television, magazine covers, and even the head of the field at the Indianapolis 500 in its first few years. Few of those appearances would have as long lasting an impact as its cameo in the 1968 movie, Bullitt, about San Francisco cop Lieutenant

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1971-1973The restyling effort for the 1971 Ford Mustang brought about a bigger Mustang from the previous year in every aspect; width, length, height, and wheelbase were all enlarged, as well as the weight. There was still no Mustang GT (and there would not be one for some ten more years), but there was the fastback Mach 1 offered with both a 302 or 429, as the Boss 302 and Boss 429 were dropped to make

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1969-1970The Ford Mustang was restyled again in 1969: 4 headlights, 4 inches longer, and half an inch wider.  There were three new trim packages offered for the Boss, Mach 1, Grande, and GT, all performance models except for the Grande, which was intended as a sort of luxury Mustang.  There was also a special edition economy model with a 250 cubic inch six cylinder called the Mustang E, but they were very limited (50 units

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1967-1968Another big year for the Ford Mustang, 1967 marked the first redesign of the model. The body lines were slightly changed, with a new grille layout and new non-functional body colored side scoops in front of the rear wheels. Also, the rear roofline of the fastback was extended all the way to the back of the car, giving it a full fastback look. While this redesign helps to set the 1967 apart from the previous

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IntroductionThe Ford Mustang debuted at the 1964 New York World's Fair to great public excitement, and the Ford Motor Company knew it had an instant success.  While the Mustang has seen many changes over its long and prosperous history, there are few cars on the road today that draws attention like a classic Mustang.  The definition of "classic" is defined by many state departments as any car or truck over 15 to 20 years old,

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