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Article The American dream
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Publication Practical Classics July 2006
The American dream - American cars don't have to be impractical or expensive.  Paul Wakely proves the point by living out his road movie fantasies in truly affordable Yank tanks. Ford Mustang 2+2, 1975 Dodge Dart Sport, 1982 Chevrolet Camaro.
Article Group test - Topless tearaways - 1966 Ford Mustang 289 Convertible, 1965 Sunbeam Tiger MKI, 1972 Triumph Stag, 1982 Reliant Scimitar GTC, 1990 Porsche 911 S2 Cabriolet.
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Publication Practical Classics October 2005
Group test - Topless tearaways - With the sun out and the roofs down, Ed Hall finds out which of these affordable soft-tops has the most quality and biggest muscle. - 1966 Ford Mustang 289 Convertible, 1965 Sunbeam Tiger MKI, 1972 Triumph Stag, 1982 Reliant Scimitar GTC, 1990 Porsche 911 S2 Cabriolet.
Article Buyer's Guide Express - Ford Mustang
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Publication Classic Car Weekly 9 March 2011
Buyer's Guide Express - Ford Mustang - A genuine American idol, the original Ford Mustang is still at the top of many classic car aficionado's with lists to this day.  MATT GEORGE looks into buying the legend.
Article Mattel Guru
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Publication Classic & Sports Car August 2005
Mattel Guru - Inspired by a Hot Wheels concept, the 2005 GT is the coolest Mustang since 1968.  Paul Hardiman compares the new V8 with an original fastback.
Article Fastest selling car in history
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Publication Classics Monthly August 2005
Fastest selling car in history - Intended as a car that would be all things to all people, the Ford Mustang became an overnight sales success and an icon to a generation.  It also changed the meaning of the word ’sportscar’.  Mike Renaut rides America’s ’wild horse’.
Article Buying Guide - Ford Mustang
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Publication Octane February 2005
Buying Guide - Ford Mustang - The car that steered Ford’s image away from being safe, worthy but dull and gave them credibility the burgeoning youth market of the mid-1960s.
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