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Why Is the Ford Mustang So Iconic?

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From the moment it was unveiled at the New York World's Fair on April 17, 1964, the Ford Mustang was a hot commodity. The first day it went on the market, it sold a staggering 22,000 cars.

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For five decades, the Ford Mustang has changed the way Americans drive, offering a sporty, affordable, and powerful ride. The next generation of the original pony car has been in production for nearly a decade, an eternity in the automotive world, and the pressure is mounting to roll it out. Witness the rush to build the most important 'Stang ever: a 50th Anniversary machine intended to go global for the very first time, and one that must captivate a new market without alienating its original fan base.

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