Ford Celebrates Its 10th Million Mustang!

The Ford Mustang has been a muscle car icon since the day it first hit the road back in 1964 and it may be hard to believe but the 10th million Mustang just rolled off the assembly line in Dearborn, MI. So let's take a look back at how we got to where we are today.

The Ford Mustang was first revealed to the world on April 17th, 1964 at the World's Fair and it cost just $2,500. Ever since the world laid eyes on the Mustang it has been the pinnacle of American sports cars and a fixture in pop culture. Like the in the 1968 blockbuster hit Bullitt with Steve McQueen behind the wheel. The Mustang has also made several appearances in the James Bond movies over the years. Farah Fawcett also drove a Mustang in the popular TV series Charlie's Angels in the 80's.

There have been 6 generations of Mustangs, all of which have raised the bar for powerful and thrilling performance. And the 2019 Ford Mustang is no exception with several powertrain options, a maximum of horsepower of 475 and finely tuned driving dynamics. Be sure to stop by Fox Ford of Cadillac today and get behind the wheel of a new Mustang to really experience the legendary performance.

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