Forty YearsBook - 2003
Ford's Mustang, launched on April 17, 1964, became the Official Car of the Baby Boom. It was a fortuitous accident of timing and a brilliant result of product planning. This sleek, stylish automobile launched the "Pony Car" genre with a staggering 417,000 sales in its first year. Through 40 years of tough competition from Chrysler and General Motors, the Mustang has survived and outlasted them all. Dozens of interviews bring insight to the 40-year-old story, the on-going legend, and the Mustang's future., 2003 marks the 100th Anniversary of Ford Motor Company, and 2004 will be the 40th Anniversary of the Mustang., Filled with exciting, brand-new photography ofsignificant Mustang production models from the first 1964-1/2s to the new 2005 concept GT and Convertible., Startling action photography., Includes interviews with designers, engineers, product planners and racers who made the Mustang the legend it is today. If you decide you can have only one Mustang book in your library, this is the one to have.
Publisher: Motorbooks International,� St. Paul. : 2003
Branch Call Number: ANF 629.2222 MUST
Characteristics: 383 p. : ill. ; 31 cm