FoMoCo Release New 1964 Mustang Production Images

The Ford Motor Company never forgets its heritage and is constantly showing us exactly how proud a company they are. That’s why last year you may remember they launched Fordimages.com, a site with archival photos of all FORD images that were previously locked away but now available for purchase.

Now recently released images of Ford Motor Company’s San Jose plant show us just what Mustang production looked like in 1964 in Milpitas, California. The first Mustang rolled off the line at the San Jose plant early Friday morning on July 10, 1964. [Read more…]

Will Ford Unveil New Licensed Repro 1965–1966 Mustang Bodies SEMA 2011?

The 1967-1970 Ford Dynacorn bodies have been around now for a few years. They’ve done well in making restorations available and affordable for many more people. But news this week points to the possibility of even more bodies to add to that list. That’s right, Ford look set to release officially licensed 1965 and 1966 Mustang Bodies. [Read more…]

Designer of the Mustang, Donald Nelson Frey, Dies at 86

Earlier this month, Donald Nelson Frey, the co-creator of the Ford Mustang passed away from an apparent stroke. Donald was the lead engineer responsible for the overall development of the Mustang project which was launched at New York’s World Fair on April 17, 1964. The Mustang was Ford Motor Company’s most successful launch since the Model A. [Read more…]