Garage Goals

There’s nothing like the rush of a stampede. A herd of iconic Mustang® models, each giving you the opportunity to make it your own with unique styling and adrenaline-filled performance. Every fan may have their favorite, but the entire lineup will forever invoke a deep sense of reverence, excitement and spirit. And for those without one yet — envy.

Fun to Drive for Nearly 60 Years

Mustang® number 10,000,000 is a GT convertible painted white with a V8 engine and a six-speed manual transmission. The spec pays homage to the first serialized Mustang, VIN 001, produced in March of 1964. That first 'Stang model was the same color, body type and engine type. Back then, the optional V8 fed 164 horsepower to a three-speed manual transmission.

Take a Look in the Rearview Mirror

We’ve come a long way in a short amount of time. What else would you expect from the Mustang® lineup?
A 2023 Ford Mustang® model being driven on a track

Ford Performance Racing School

The Ford Performance Racing School — the only school to wear the Ford Oval — offers exhilarating on-track driving instruction for every performance-driving enthusiast, regardless of skill level or goal. All Ford Performance Racing School classes are conducted by highly trained, race-experienced professional instructors at "America’s Home for Racing," Charlotte Motor Speedway located outside Charlotte, NC.
Closed course. Professional driver. Do not attempt.

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Mustang® Club Connect!

Whether you are a club principal looking to register your organization or event, a club member wanting to check out this week's "Fast News," or simply a Ford enthusiast looking to find a club or an upcoming event on our interactive map, visit each week to power up your ownership experience!

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A 1965 Ford Mustang® convertible model in white on a white background

Serial No. 1

Parked inside the Henry Ford Museum at Driving America sits a 1965 Ford Mustang® convertible — serial No. 1. This holy grail of classic Mustang convertibles is the same smooth, poised and high-powered ride it was at its unveiling. Mint condition, immortalized with the top down and a 260 cu. in. V8 engine with overhead valves under the hood. Now, this one’s going to sting: When it was first introduced nearly 60 years ago, you would have been able to drive away in this brand-new, 164-horsepower convertible for $3,334.

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