Ford Mustang Series 4 Reviews and Road Tests

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Ford Mustang Series 4


Officially introduced on December 9, 1993, the fourth generation of Mustang embodied the personality and style of its earliest forebears, yet was eons more aerodynamic. The long sloping hood with its excellent visibility and slanted nose now carried wrap-around headlights and parking lights/turn signals that surrounded the grille.

Centered in the grille was the trademark galloping pony, last seen in 1978. Hood vents and side scoops at the end of newly-sculpted sides which had been were reprised, and taillights in three horizontal bars wrapped from back fenders around to the traditionally short rear deck.

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1994 Ford Mustang  

Ford Mustang 1994

1994
There are many stories about the long-awaited arrival of the Ford Mustang. Major U.S. daily newspapers, news magazines and several overseas journals carried "exclusive" features detailing the newest entry in the Detroit sweepstakes. It has been estimated that nearly 30 million television viewers witnessed the unveiling on April 16th and, on the day of the launch at the New York World's Fair, over 2,500 newspapers ran advertisements. More>>
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1995 Ford Mustang  

Ford Mustang 1995

1995
There are many stories about the long-awaited arrival of the Ford Mustang. Major U.S. daily newspapers, news magazines and several overseas journals carried "exclusive" features detailing the newest entry in the Detroit sweepstakes. It has been estimated that nearly 30 million television viewers witnessed the unveiling on April 16th and, on the day of the launch at the New York World's Fair, over 2,500 newspapers ran advertisements. More>>
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1996 Ford Mustang

Ford Mustang 1996

1996
There are many stories about the long-awaited arrival of the Ford Mustang. Major U.S. daily newspapers, news magazines and several overseas journals carried "exclusive" features detailing the newest entry in the Detroit sweepstakes. It has been estimated that nearly 30 million television viewers witnessed the unveiling on April 16th and, on the day of the launch at the New York World's Fair, over 2,500 newspapers ran advertisements. More>>
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