My Classic Ride
When the first Ford Mustang rolled off the assembly line in mid-1964, the now classic car was meant to be a game-changer.
Over 50 years later, production of the Mustang is still going strong and the original models have become a sacred part of classic car history.
The brain child of Lee Iacocca, who started pitching to Ford execs in 1962, the introduction of the 1964 ½ Mustang is touted as being one of the most successful car debuts in history.
Terry Oake of Gander had his eyes set on one of these classic curvy beauties for over 30 years.
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