what year did the mustang fastback come out

Asked by Aug 29, 2009 at 05:27 PM about the Ford Mustang

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25

'67

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135

65

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25

You sure?

135

yup lol i am looking at a poster that has all the years of diffrent models

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25

Oh. lol never heard of em.

135

ya 64 1/2 first year mustang made then 65 fastback, 68 gt500kr, 70 boss 302, 82 gt , 94 gt, 01 bullitt ,04 mach 1

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I had a buddy who had a 1964-1/2! It said it right on the rear light! The first production models. The "first" one to officially be sold hit the assembly lines in 1965.

My uncle bought a 2+2 new in '65. Drove it two years and garaged it when his son, my first cousin, was born to save it for him. When my cousin turned 16, he wanted a new car, so it stayed in my uncle's garage until he pasted away. Now, my cousin has the car in his basement garage. Has 15,500 miles on it. All original, except tires and belts. Beautiful red.

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