It's difficult to imagine a world without the iconic Ford Mustang, a car that is universally loved by everyone. There's a number of reasons the Mustang has cemented its place as a legend, but featuring in the best cinema car chase of all-time alongside Steve McQueen continues to be a highlight for the stallion. We are, of course, referring to the 1968 thriller, Bullitt.
The only real problem with the Mustang is that it was never readily available as a right-hand drive car in the United Kingdom. However, that all changed in 2014, when Ford announced they would be bringing the latest Mustang to UK dealers, and they would be right-hand drive. Hallelujah!
So, we thought it was only appropriate to take a look at the legacy of the Ford Mustang and its transformation over the years.
The Mustang was never born a legend, but Ford did everything right from the beginning, making it almost a certainty that the raging stallion would become of the world's most desirable cars. Fast forward to the present day, and you have a sports car that is supremely well-polished, without losing the essence and DNA that made the original Mustang so incredibly special.
We wholeheartedly recommend getting behind the wheel of a Mustang at least once in your life. And, better yet, if you can justify ownership, then it's a must. With a wide range of deals on the Mustang through Evans Halshaw Ford, you could be experiencing the legacy of The Pony Club for yourself.