This is an introductory article about the Ford Mustang where Ford created a new type of sports coupé – the pony car with the “long hood, short deck”.
The Mustang has been in continued production since 1964 although, unlike the Porsche 911, it has gone through some big design changes.
American cars have made little impact on the UK and Europe in the 1960s and 70s. The Mustang and Corvette were at least recognised and treated with interest while the larger cars were dismissed. Continue reading Ford Mustang→
The legendary Ford GT40 of the 1960s was kept alive through kit car copies but then Ford itself decided to do an “inspired by the GT40” sports car to once again show Ferrari how it’s done.
The Ford GT was initially designed as a concept car to celebrate the 100 year anniversary and it was displayed at the 2002 Detroit Motor Show. However they were serious and it went into production in 2005 and 2006 and then stopped.