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1 Most ex­pen­sive

The most valu­able Mus­tang sold at auc­tion was a 1967 Shelby GT500 Su­per Snake. It sold for $1.3 mil­lion (just un­der £1 mil­lion).

2 50 years of pro­duc­tion

The Mus­tang has been pro­duced for more than five decades, never miss­ing a model year.

3 Em­pire State of ‘Stang

In Oc­to­ber 1965, a 1966 Mus­tang was sliced into four sec­tions, car­ried up on an el­e­va­tor to the top of the Em­pire State Build­ing, and re­assem­bled for a dis­play. Amaz­ingly, this was all done in just six hours!

4 Built for speed

Dan Gur­ney sped around in the work­ing pro­to­type of the Mus­tang I at the Grand Prix cir­cuit in New York in 1962 and was only a few sec­onds off the record-break­ing For­mula 1 cars of the time.

5 Huge fan­base

The Ford Mus­tang is the most pop­u­lar car on Facebook, with over 8.5 mil­lion likes and 8.3 mil­lion fol­low­ers to date.

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