It’s Ford Mustang Day!
It’s got sleek lines and a powerful engine, its name speaks of wild places and adventurous times. For generations, it was the car of choice for action heroes and spies alike, even James Bond drove one in Goldfinger.
For some it was the very flavor of summer sunsets and nighttime drives on youth’s misadventures, but it always brought them home safely. We’re talking about the Ford Mustang, of course, and Ford Mustang Day celebrates this incredible and iconic piece of American engineering.
But first and foremost, let’s celebrate the day for this gorgeous engine on April 17th.
The Evolution of Ford Mustang
From the oldest to the hottest ride ever seen of human kind. One of the greatest engine American made. Totally gonna pimp your ride.
Coolest Car of Them All
The Ford Mustang is an American car manufactured by Ford. It was initially made based on the platform of the second generation North American Ford Falcon which was a compact car. The 1965 Mustang won the Tiffany Gold Medal for excellence in American design, the first automobile ever to do so. It has also won the Motor Trend Car of the Year award in 1974 and 1994. Mustang has its credits to celebrate this day.
“Ford Mustang is the hottest car in the industry, and its performance on the street and in the showrooms is beating everyone’s expectations.” – Steve Lyons
How To Celebrate Ford Mustang Day
National Mustang Day is a program that works as a fundraiser for the Mustang Owner’s Museum, with clubs. National Mustang Day attracts thousands of clubs and individuals from all over the world. One particular day of a year, when the Mustang world unites by taking their Mustangs to the road. Every five years, the Mustang Club of America commemorates that date by hosting a massive MCA event. One can celebrate the day to support the most significant car-community event ever, and make it grow larger each year. The goal of the National Mustang Day is to unite all of the Mustang enthusiasts and drive their Mustang. Post pictures and share your thoughts on social media about National Mustang Day by using the hashtag #MustangDay.