See The First Ford Mustang Die And Come Back To Life
In April 1964, Gail Brown was a 22-year-old Chicago elementary teacher who needed a new car. Like a lot of young people, the brand new Ford Mustang caught her eye. After trading a 1958 Chevy for $400 and borrowing the rest for her parents, she bought a Skylight Blue convertible with a 260 cubic inch V8 on April 15.
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