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March 20th, 2018

In the final months of 1962, a sleek, aerodynamic prototype machine thundered down Watkins Glen in New York during the United States Grand Prix. Driven by Formula One racer Dan Gurney, the Mustang I prototype lapped the circuit with spectators looking in awe at the sports car that would pass them by at 120mph with ease. Ford engineers had shown everyone their version of the Corvette, a much more affordable sports car that didn’t skimp on design appeal or performance. This here is a documentary of how that very first Ford Mustang prototype came into existence that paved the path for one of the most successful muscle cars the world would ever see. Via King Rose Archives

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