Ford Mustang returns to Australia after almost 50 years

news.com.au claims Ford’s global vice-president of sales and marketing, Jim Farley, will officially deliver the news next month. The website claims “The normally secretive Ford is taking the unusual step of making the announcement early because it is trying to reassure Australians it will continue to sell cars here even though it will close its manufacturing operations after 90 years.” Earlier this year Ford revealed that they would be shutting down the company’s Australia manufacturing operations in 2016. About the same time the Mustang will arrive, replacing the Falcon as the brand’s performance car option in the country. Stay tuned. [Source] ]]>

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  1. Does this mean South Africa may follow? Simply because The UK, Australia and South Africa are closely aligned countries with similar culture… I guess?

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