Ford Mustang is a name that resonates around the world as an icon that represents more than just a method of getting from one place to the next. Film fanatics and car enthusiasts will hark back to the fabled 1968 thriller, Bullitt, where Steve McQueen valiantly chased a Dodge Charger around the streets of San Francisco; a car chase that is still recognised as one of the best in cinema to this day.
So, when FordStore Lincoln offered to lend us their Ford Mustang GT for the day, it felt like a privilege that was too good to pass up. And, better yet, we had been given the opportunity to take the car on track at the famous Cadwell Park in Louth, Lincolnshire.
Throughout the day, we experienced first-hand how it really feels to drive one of the automotive icons of the past century. Spoiler: It's extraordinary.
There was a heavy degree of sadness when we handed the keys back to FordStore Lincoln. The Mustang represents a long list of the ingredients missing from modern cars. Unsophisticated, raw, and analogue are just a selection of the ingredients on that list. You don't buy a Mustang out of logic, you buy one because of the sense of occasion every time you go for a drive.
We challenge anyone to find a car in the same price bracket that perfects the art of cruising and making you feel special. The Mustang has held that crown ever since the 1960s, and it seemingly continues to do so. We heavily implore anyone to invest in a Mustang before they are gone forever, or at least test drive one at their nearest Evans Halshaw Ford retailer, because it's an experience like no other.
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