DEARBORN, MI – Nostalgia should go a long way in driving sales of the new ’11 Mustang GT, powered by a modern version of the iconic 5.0L V-8 engine, says Ford Motor Co.’s top marketer. “I always dreamed about working at Ford because of a 1985 Fox-bodied 5.0L Mustang,” says Jim Farley, group vice president-global marketing, referring to the shortened Ford Fairmont chassis that first underpinned the Mustang in ʼ79. “I loved that car. And finally after all these years, I have a Mustang I ...
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