The 1966 Mustang is an American-made muscle car, and while its origins date back to the early 1950s, it’s often cited as one of the first cars to sell more than 1 million units worldwide.
Here are the facts you need to know about this car: The car was born on September 2, 1966 in Detroit, Michigan.
Its first owners were John and Elizabeth Bader, who owned a small auto repair shop in nearby Sterling Heights.
In addition to being the first Mustang to sell in the US, the car also became a symbol of the auto industry.
The Bader family’s dealership had a reputation for producing top-of-the-line cars and they had some of the best parts in the country, including some of Ford’s best, including the Mustang GT and Mustang Convertible.
In the 1960s, the Mustang was a top-selling car in the United States, and it’s likely that many people in the area had never heard of it.
After the Bader’s dealership closed, the dealership became a production-only facility, which resulted in the car’s first owner, Frank Bader Jr., selling the car to the Ford Motor Company.
Frank Bader Sr. was a successful businessman and he used the money to start a small car-parts factory in Sterling Heights in 1968.
Bader Jr. then purchased a few Mustang GTs from Ford and sold them to his brothers in 1972.
A couple of years later, the Baders bought a number of other Mustangs, including one of Ford CEO Henry Ford II’s cars, the Bronco.
This particular car, which was built in 1967, sold for $1.6 million in 1976, and that was before Ford had even started selling them in the U.S. The Mustang GT sold for nearly $8 million in 1966.
Since then, it has sold for over $100 million and it has become a popular American icon, thanks in large part to the fact that it’s a good-looking, well-built, and well-engineered sports car.
Some people also think that the Mustang has the most iconic appearance of any car ever made.
“It’s very well built,” says Ford legend Bill Shanklin.
“It has a lot of style.
And its a little bit like a big, old man’s car.”
The Ford GT is an iconic American muscle car that’s one of America’s most popular sports cars, and many people believe it to be the car that brought Ford back to its roots as a manufacturer.
Despite being one of only three Mustangs produced at Ford, the 1966 Mustang sold over a million units.
It was also the first Ford Mustang to hit the American market, and the first of the company’s Mustang GT cars to be offered in the States.
So what did the Bads buy?
Elizabeth Bader bought the car as a gift from her father, John, who had a passion for cars and wanted to see if he could build something similar.
As a young girl, Elizabeth loved to drive and dreamed of owning a Ford.
When she saw her father’s car, she said, “I’ll buy it.”
As it turned out, Elizabeth was able to get the car from her parents, and she later sold it to her sister, Anne Bader.
Anne Bader sold the car in 2012 to another family member, who used the proceeds to buy a smaller Mustang.
Now, the family is in the process of selling the original Bader-Ford Mustang, which sold for about $9 million in 2012.
How did the car come to be called the Mustangs?
The original Baders name was derived from the words “Mustang,” which were used in the automotive industry to describe vehicles that were a little bigger and heavier than a standard car.
The Baders first Mustang, the Shelby GT500, was based on that concept.
That car was later renamed the Benders Mustangs because it’s also based on a concept that they came up with.
To honor their father’s legacy, the original Ford Mustang is named after him, as well as a number that includes the letters “F.”
Ford is a family-owned company, and its history goes back generations.
During the Ford family’s early days, it was owned by the family that ran the company until the 1960, when the company was acquired by General Motors.
Ford, which still owns the Mustang brand, is also owned by General Motor Co., which was purchased in 1999 by General Electric Co. Why did the Mustang become so popular?
“The American public wanted a car that looked good,” says Mark Einhorn, the owner of a Ford dealership in North Carolina.
“Ford wanted to create a car for them that looked like a sports car