1. An Iconic History: The Ford Mustang is a success story through and through. It’s the second-longest-running sports car nameplate in the U.S., after the Chevy Corvette.
2. Affordable and Reliable: The Mustang is affordable and within reach. The Mustang is, and always has been, a real value in terms of what you get for the price.
3. A Vehicle for Many Needs: There’s a Mustang for almost everyone. Some cars are limited to just a few models. The Mustang is full of variety.
4. Making Friends: There are hundreds of friendly and enthusiastic Mustang owners. Ford estimates there are more than 250 Mustang enthusiast clubs in the world.
5. Fully Customizable: The aftermarket community fully embraces all generations of the Ford Mustang. The Mustang is fully customizable, with thousands of aftermarket parts out there to choose from.
6. Fun to Drive: The car perfect for cruising.
7. A Ticket to Car Shows: Ford Mustang ownership is great for car shows–not just as a spectator but as a participant. Mustang clubs all over the world host a number of car shows throughout the year. These shows offer up things like good food, prizes, and unlimited networking opportunities.
8. Great Both On and Off the Track: The Ford Mustang has a long-standing history of success on the race track. Jerry Titus, Parnelli Jones, Dan Gurney, John Force, and Bob Tasca each won car races piloting a Ford Mustang in their career.
9. Signature trademarks: The Ford Mustang has signature trademarks that have stood the test of time. The running horse emblem may have changed to a trot for a short time in 1974, but when you see one it brings to mind “Ford Mustang”.
10. For Nostalgia’s Sake: The Ford Mustang is a time machine of sorts. It conjures up memories. Mustang owners have many fond memories of their experiences in the car. The Ford Mustang has a way of taking us back in time.
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Author: Liz Merrell | Development Director, Utah National Parks Council