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1975 Ford Mustang II Mach 1, Classic Mustang Ads

1975 Ford Mustang II Mach 1

If you give the Ford Mustang credit for anything, it should be resiliency. Introduced in 1964 as a ’65 model, the Mustang has been in continuous production ever since.

10-Speed Transmission

Will a common drivetrain element invalidate a 50-year feud?

There aren’t too many automotive rivalries for consumers to get excited about anymore. Sure, there’s the annual Honda Accord/Nissan Altima/Toyota Camry sales race—but I’m not sure present-day buyers really care all that much.

1963 Ford Mustang II Concept Car

1963 Ford Mustang II Concept Car

Note: This article is reprinted from the April 2015 issue of Collectible Automobile

By Jack Stewart

Photos by Al Rogers

The Ford Mustang I concept car was too successful. The midengine two-seat sports car was the subject of gushing magazine reviews, and Ford Motor Company received letters begging for its production. Yet, even as the Mustang I made its debut at the Watkins Glen Grand Prix in October 1962, Ford had already decided that Mustang would be a Falcon-based four-seater. In the interim, it needed a link between the Mustang I and the upcoming production car.

50th Anniversay Mustang

2015 Ford Mustang 50 Year Limited Edition

By Don Sikora IICollectible Automobile Magazine

Note: The following story was excerpted from the October 2015 issue of Collectible Automobile magazine.

It may be the pride of Dearborn, Michigan, but the Ford Mustang has strong bonds to New York City. The original Mustang bowed there on April 17, 1964, at the World’s Fair. Almost exactly a half-century later, Ford announced the 50 Year Limited Edition version of the all-new sixth-generation 2015 Mustang at the 2014 New York Auto Show. 

2015 Ford Mustang, Mustang EcoBoost Convertible

Subtle, it wasn’t. Our “Triple Yellow” Mustang drop-top came with Ford’s punchy-yet-economical 2.3-liter EcoBoost 4-cylinder engine and automatic transmission, along with a bunch of options that pushed its $34,800 base price to nearly $42,000 with destination.

2015 Ford Mustang convertible  2015 Audi Q5

Class: Sporty/Performance Car

Miles Driven: 505

Fuel Used: 19.1 gallons

2016 Ford Shelby GT350

Particularly from the windshield forward, the new Ford Shelby GT350 is far removed from its Mustang origins. Not only is the front-end sheetmetal actually aluminum, but styling is revised and the engine is modified to produce substantially more power than the one used in the Mustang GT. Shown is the race-focused GT350R version, which can be identified by its red (rather than grey) grille badge and taller rear spoiler. This is one serious track car that still manages to be street legal.

Scion iM

Most people will likely look at the Ford Shelby GT350 and think “Mustang,” but those in the know will recognize it as something far more special than that.

2015 Ford Mustang GT Green

Consumer Guide’s test 2015 Ford Mustang arrived in GT Premium trim and was loaded with options. Including the destination charge, our test car came to $45,885.

2015 Ford Mustang GT Premium     2015 Audi Q5

Class: Sporty/Performance Car

Miles Driven: 155

Fuel Used: 11.2 gallons

Driving mix: 60% city, 40% highway

2015 Ford Mustang Coupe, Mustang EcoBoost

Consumer Guide’s 2015 Ford Mustang arrived in Premium trim with the 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine and 6-speed manual transmission. A healthy list of options helped push our test car’s sticker price to $38,585.

New-Car Review2015 Ford Mustang Coupe Premium 2.3L EcoBoost

Class: Sporty/Performance Car

Dates tested: 6/16/2015 – 6/23/2015

Miles Driven: 522

Fuel Used: 22.4 gallons

Ford GT

2016 Ford GT

Ford announced three new vehicles at the North American International Auto Show, along with an advanced version of its Sync media-interface system. Called Sync 3, it features the ability to display app screens from your cell phone on the car’s infotainment screen.

Shelby GT 350

Shelby GT350 Mustang

After Ford introduced an all-new Mustang as a 2015 model, it was only a matter of time before hotter performance versions showed up. Ford unveiled one of the first of those at the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show: the Shelby GT350. The name should be familiar to even casual Mustang fans: Legendary race-car- and performance-car mogul Carroll Shelby produced a series of performance Mustangs in the Sixties that remain some of the most sought-after pony cars of all time.