Originally Posted by gearheadslife
the mustangs where so bad that they'd change the vins to make a 65 a 66 .. something that never fly today..
RIP Mr. Brown
Yeah...this is how bad they sold........Pretty shabby......
"Some argue that a collectible car must have been built in fairly small numbers to make it exclusive, and thus more desirable and valuable. So how do they explain why the 1965 Ford Mustang is such a popular collectible? After.all, it attracted a staggering 680,989 buyers after its early public introduction at the New York World's Fair in April, 1964.
The 1965 Mustang set an all-time record for first-year sales of any new model. Today's auto market is too fragmented with different types of cars for a single model to ever get the wildly enthusiastic reception of the first Ford Mustang in America. The top-selling car in 2008 was the Toyota Camry, which found 436,616 buyers."
RIP Mr Brown...hope you didnt get tired of all the bad jokes