When introduced at the 1964 World's Fair, the Ford Mustang began the era of the “pony car”. Named not for its title “Mustang” but for ushering in a class of American Muscle cars, that were affordable sporty coupes with long hoods, and short rear decks. Wildly popular, the Mustang design flew off the showroom floors. Even today current models make use of the running horse emblem that has stayed with the car for 55 years.
Flipping the hood we see the engine as it is the correct engine the car was born with…that being a 200ci Inline 6 with a single barrel carburetor, and attached is a Ford C4 3-speed automatic transmission
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