A Second Look at Ford Mustang Memorabilia
When Lee Lacocca introduced the 1964 Ford Mustang, he had no idea of the staying power and fascination. The 1965 version of the Ford Mustang was based on the Falcon, to lower production costs, but came with a multitude of optional equipment, so the buyers could customize their car and generate extra profit for Ford.
The Ford Mustang sold 22,000 units in its first day and a million sales of the Ford Mustang in the first two years. The Ford Mustang Memorabilia market is as strong as the sales for these first Ford Mustangs were. Memorabilia is traded at shows, swaps, and club events across the United States.
In the history of the Ford Mustang, it has won many international racing awards and has been the car of choice for many famous racecar drivers, such as Parnelli Jones, Steve Saleen, and Dan Gurney. These drivers have inspired custom made, limited edition racing versions of the Ford Mustang that are car collector dreams. They have inspired racing posters and other Ford Mustang memorabilia that is collected in the racing world.
The history of the Ford Mustang has seen different versions, such as the Mach I, Shelby Cobra and the Boss series. Whether it is a vintage Ford Mustang to restore or one of the new Ford Mustangs, these cars create a hobby, as well as a lifestyle.
There are memorabilia traders that specialize in nothing but Ford Mustang history. You can find all kinds of memorabilia for sale from the history of the Ford Mustang on different websites on the Internet. Lee Iacocca’s vision of a pony car class still exists today.