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    was the Ford Mustang. MyClassicGarage.com states that is was the most popular car of the 1960’s. In 1964, the Ford Mustang was debuted (MotorAuthority.com). The 1964 Ford Mustang was truly a beautiful car according to all people of the time. Because of this, the Mustang created a class of its own. It was dubbed a “pony car” because it cost less and was more compact rather than most coupes (MyClassicGarage.com). Everyone from the 1960’s to today still fancy this affordable and reliable car because the people who designed the car, John Najjar and Philip T. Clark, made it trustworthy and efficient. The Mustang was a role model to all other cars. Within the first month of debuting, the 1964 Ford Mustang was already on race tracks across America and was set as the pace car for the 1964 Indianapolis 500 race. It was born a race car do to its high powered engine and bodywork (Ford.com). This magnificent car set some pretty high standards for all others in its shadow. In the first…

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    Ford and Chevrolet are arguably the top two American car companies in the world. I think that Ford Mustangs are a whole lot better than Chevy Camaros because my whole family drives Fords. I grew up with my dad having a Ford F250, and my mom drove a Ford Escape. Even my grandma and grandpas drive Fords and that’s why I got a Ford Mustang for my first car. Mustangs and Camaros have many differences between them that set them apart, like Mustangs have a faster 0-60 time, and better braking. But…

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    Ford Mustang History

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    Meadows, New York, the Ford Mustang debuted and had the attention of buyers across America. On its first year alone Ford reportedly sold over 400,000 Mustang’s. This car was clearly a success, it exceeded the expectation of sales from the car. The Mustang got nicknames like the “pony car” and the Ford called it “working man’s Thunderbird”. It was one of the best selling cars during the time it debut and it would get better…

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    The history of the Ford Mustang has continued to grow as the years have passed. In 2014 it celebrated its 50th anniversary with many events around the world that paid homage to the most famous model of the oval signature. The Mustang, one of the most legendary cars on the American market, is still celebrating its birthday. Despite the time that has passed by, it remains just as it did the first day: seductive and sporty. In the early 1960s, Lee Iacocca commissioned Gene Bordinat to design a new…

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    The Ford Mustang

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    Sociocultural Trends. The product I selected to discuss is the Ford Mustang. Competition is a factor that is huge in the automobile industry. We see car commercials all the time expressing how their brand and or model is better than another. We are consistently pitched the phrases: Number one ranked pickup, voted safest SUV, and tested to be much roomier.…

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    World War 2 era gave birth to a new generation of baby boomers, who were car obsessed teenagers in the 1960s. First, during the 1960s, companies started making smaller, cheaper cars that were more practical for the younger demographic of the market to buy. General Motors released the Chevrolet Corvair, Chrysler released the Plymouth Valiant and Ford released the Falcon, which dominated sales over the former two. Second, teenagers love the adrenaline that they can get from driving fast. In 1955,…

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    Camaro Car History

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    camaro z28, It was designed for a competing car to the ford mustang. The first generation camaros came out from 1966-1981. Back in the 70’s when dirt track racing was starting to get big they would typically use camaros and novas for race cars. If some of you have seen today’s camaros from the older ones they don’t look anything alike the older ones to me i like better because of the looks they are made stronger and more durable the newer ones are made of fiberglass and plastic they would end…

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    Ford Mustang Business Plan

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    1. Coffey Ford Dandenong Description on employing a new sales person to assist with the new Ford GT Mustang 2016. Which is going to be introduce next 3 months. About the role Job title: Sales manager A sales manager position, responsible for: • Develop and maintain sales and promotional campaign. • Developing marketing activities. • Developing sales proposals • Dealing with customers and getting their orders for new car • Preparing sales records and reports • Responding sales inquiries…

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    Have you heard about all of the muscle cars from 1960 their great? I chose the Lamborghini, Mustang, and the SuperAmerica. All of these sports cars have strong engines that have a ton of horsepower. Some of them were used to race and some of them are just street cars. They usually have v8, v10, v12 engines and the “v” is for the cylinders. These days the cars on the street only usually have a v6 engine. The first car I am going to talk about is the Lamborghini Miura. This car has the v12 engine…

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    Music In The 1960's

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    The music movement was led by artists such as Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, The Beatles, and more (Candaele). Towards the end of the generation, “In the summer of 1969, for example, more than 400,000 young people trooped to the Woodstock music festival in upstate New York, a harmonious three days that seemed to represent the best of the peace-and-love generation” (History.com). Music was not the only new development going on in the 1960’s. The automotive industry saw something entirely new:…

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