The Most Iconic Mustangs Of All Time

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It introduced the general public to cheap performance and the idea of “upgrading” your car. It’s been the star of movies. It’s been around for over 50 years. Love it or hate, the Ford Mustang is not only synonymous with car culture, but pop culture in general.

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1967 Mustang Convertible

This is the car that most people have in their heads when you say “Mustang”, usually red.
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Fox Body Mustang

While some might just seem them as awful, boxy things, it’s important to note that the Fox Body was the car that re-introduced serious performance into the brand and proudly boasted the 5.0 badging on the side. These are the weekend heroes of the drag strip.
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1973 Mustang Mach 1

What most people might not realize is that Gone in 60 Seconds with Nick Cage is a remake of a 1974 movie by the same name. The original “Eleanor”? A yellow, 1973 Mustang Mach 1.
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2003 “Terminator” Cobra

The star of many, many YouTube videos, which usually involve the violent scream of a supercharger, the howl of twin turbos and the melting of tires.
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2007 Shelby GT500

As driven by Will Smith in I Am Legend, the newest GT500 captured the world’s imagination back in 2007. Even British motoring shows, where the car wasn’t even for sale, felt the need to get their hands on it.
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1967 Shelby GT500E

As made infamous by the 1999 version of Gone in 60 Seconds. However, it’s important to note that “Eleanor” is NOT an original 1967 Shelby GT500. Actually, the GT500E was a 1999 redesign by Chip Foose, put together specifically for the movie. Yes, the “E” stands for “Eleanor”.
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1968 Mustang GT

The car that Steve McQueen literally hurled into movie history through the streets of San Francisco in “Bullitt”, forever cementing the silhouette of the fastback Mustang into the minds of us all.
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