Ford Mustang hasn’t been sold in Europe since 1979.
Ford got some welcome news from a recent survey conducted by vehicle-sales website AutoScout24 that showed European consumers desire a Ford Mustang more than any other classic car. The result comes following a decision by Ford executives last year to export the famed pony car from its assembly site in Flat Rock, MI, to a number of European markets. The Mustang was sold in Europe in the 1960s, but left the market in 1979. However, according to the survey, some 37% of 75,000 Europeans ...
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