What year was this first ford mustang was shown to the public and what year did it come out?

Question by GHL: What year was this first ford mustang was shown to the public and what year did it come out?
As the launch of the Ford Mustang approached, Ford was confident its new sporty car was on target. Its job now was to let the country know about this new kind of car. The introduction of what popularly would be known as the Ford Mustang was an encompassing and brilliant marketing blitz. America had scarcely seen anything like it.

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Answer by Dink S.
1964.5

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6 Responses to What year was this first ford mustang was shown to the public and what year did it come out?

  1. paulie2shoes says:

    It was a 65 model that came out in 64. Beautiful car.

  2. Pa says:

    Fords first concept model came out in 62 then completely changed for 63 then finally changed a third time and made available to the public in 1964 1/2

  3. LeAnne says:

    Concept Mustangs started in 1960. A prototype was shown to the public in 1962 – it was a far cry from the final production Mustang – it was a two seater with a mid mounted V4 engine! Lee Iacocca ordered his design team to lengthen the car and add two rear seats. In 1963, the new prototype Mustang was shown to the public at the U.S. Gran Prix at Watkins Glen.
    The Mustang as we know it was released on April 17, 1964.
    The rest is history.

  4. SVOMAN says:

    The Mustang dubuted on April 17th 1964 as the new 1965 Model…5 months ahead of the rest of the auto makers..

    LeAnne beat me by 6 seconds!

    is this a test? you sound like you all ready know the answer!

  5. Truck says:

    62, then was changed and got a bigger engine, convertible shown in 65,
    Shelbys in 67, Boss in 71, Mach 1 in 68

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