Ford Mustang

America's Favorite Pony Car

The original Ford Mustang was introduced to the public on April 17th, 1964 after an official unveiling by Henry Ford II during New York World's Fair in Flushing Meadows, New York. That same day, the all-new Mustang model galloped its way into Ford dealership showrooms across America where it proved an instant success with approximately 22,000 orders placed immediately. In fact, sales far exceeded what Ford predicted by almost six times. The all-new Ford Mustang appeared on the covers of both Newsweek and Time magazine, and the car appeared in commercials on three major television networks the night before it went on sale.

1973 Ford

Mustang


$31,895

1970 Ford

Mustang


$31,995

1972 Ford

Mustang


$47,500

2014 Ford

Mustang GT


$34,900

2008 Ford

Mustang P-51 Roush


$48,998

1987 Ford

Mustang Notchback Turbo


$34,995

2008 Ford

Mustang Saleen


$44,900

1998 Ford

Mustang Cobra SVT


$34,900

1970 Ford

Mustang Mach 1


$46,900

2012 Ford

Mustang California Special


$31,995

2008 Ford

Mustang Shelby GT-C


$36,995

2006 Ford

Mustang Roush Stage 2


$32,995

2001 Ford

Mustang Bullitt


$36,900

2019 Ford

Mustang GT


$49,900

1973 Ford

Mustang


$32,900

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2013 Ford

Mustang Boss 302


$42,900

1973 Ford

Mustang Convertible


$31,995

1996 Ford

Mustang Cobra


$32,900

2003 Ford

Mustang Mach 1


$39,900

1996 Ford

Mustang SVT Cobra


$30,900

2010 Ford

Mustang Roush Stage 3 Coupe


$42,900