Ford Mustang Driving Experiences

Since its debut in Dearborn, Michigan, in 1964, the Ford Mustang has captivated the hearts and imaginations of automotive lovers everywhere. If you’ve always wanted to drive a Mustang, here is your opportunity with one of our driving experiences.

If you want to feel like Steve McQueen in Bullitt while driving a Mustang GT350, here is the place for you. What about a Gone in 60 Seconds Mustang GT500 “Eleanor” model? As an alternative, sit in the driver’s seat for a cinematic multi-car ride that includes some of the most legendary vehicles from the silver screen. Whether you’re a diehard car fanatic or a movie fanatic, we have a driving experience for you!

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                  The History Of The Ford Mustang

                  While there are other automobiles, trucks, and motorcycles that can lay claim to being the first muscle car, arguably the world's most famous muscle car is the Ford Mustang. Manufactured since 1964 by the Ford Motor Company – with production peaking out at over 1 million in 1979 – this pony car was not only meant to compete with its rival company Chevrolet's Camaro, but also to fill the void in the market for a sporty, affordable car.

                  The Mustang was the brainchild of Lee Iacocca, then vice president of Ford, who is said to have sketched out the design on a napkin one night. The car was based on the Ford Falcon, an economical car that was selling well at the time. The Mustang featured a long hood and short deck – both trademarks of a muscle car – as well as bucket seats and a floor-mounted shifter. It was an instant hit when it debuted at the New York World's Fair in April of 1964 and sold over 22,000 units in its first month.

                  The early Mustangs were classified as “pony cars” because of their smaller size, and they were marketed to young people who were looking for a sporty car that was more affordable than a Corvette or a Jaguar. The first generation Mustang was available as a coupe or convertible, and came with a choice of six- or eight-cylinder engines. It was also the first car to come with standard seat belts.

                  The Ford Mustang has undergone several redesigns over the years, but it has always been a popular choice for drivers who want a sporty car that is also affordable. Today, the Mustang is available in both coupe and convertible models and comes with a variety of engine options. It is still one of the most popular muscle cars on the market and continues to hold its place in automotive history as one of the most iconic cars ever made.

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