1964-1/2 Ford Mustang - The automotive world has never seen anything like Mustang Mania. In April of 1964 Ford used the stunning backdrop of the 1964-65 New York World’s fair to present the new Ford Mustang. People went WILD!
There was so much hype over the new car that buyers arrived at Ford dealerships before they opened to get a look at the new Mustang. It was really the perfect car for the times. It was sportY, fun to look at and fun to drive. In less than half of a production year, Ford sold 303,408 Mustangs. In ‘65, they sold 580,187. The ‘65 model was a carry over from the 64-1/4 car. Then in ‘66 Ford sold even more Mustangs hitting an all-time sales high for the car of 580,767 units.
Ford was literally mopping up their Detroit rivals. It took Chevy over 2-1/2 years to catch up to the Mustang with their Nova based Camaro. The Mustang had captured the heart and soul of American motorists. Since that amazing beginning we have seen many versions of the Mustang - some better than others. It’s heartwarming to see the new ‘05 Mustang taking it’s character lines from the early days.
A GREAT tribute to a great car.
Printed on high quality tan-colored parchment paper using a Xante professional grade printer.
This print comes in one size:
11” x 17”
Print is shrink wrapped on 11.5" x 17.5" cardboard so that they stay flat and clean and shipped via USPS Priority Mail. All prints are signed by the artist. They make a wonderful gift for the car lover in your life!