If the muscle cars had a face, it would be the Ford Mustang. Introduced in 1964, and a half, the Mustang has gone strong since then. The nameplate has been in continuous use since then, making it 56 very successful years for ‘Rod, although it has had different faces over the years, more because of the changing face of the American automotive industry rather than anything else.
The Mustang has always called itself a muscle car, but in recent years it has bridged the gap and also become a sports car if you pay attention to the convertibles and the smaller engines.
During the illness, the Mustang survived when other muscle cars could not, by reinventing itself as a “luxury car”
So when it comes to the movie Mustangs we love and would film if we had the chance, these are the five that come up on the list. These give dream mustaches, and we’ll just be too happy to steal one, except for John Wicks, as in Keanu Reeves, who by the way is bad enough to do his own stunts. In the eponymous movie, Wick liked the Mustang so much that he gave up his comfortable, crime-free life just to get it back. Which of these Mustangs movies would you like to have?
1967 Shelby ‘Eleanor’ Mustang GT500 Fra Gone in 60 seconds
In 2000 was remake of Gone in 60 seconds came out, and this time Nicholas Cage set the tone in a Mustang called Eleanor. This was a 1967 Shelby Mustang GT500, and it has our heart, and even 21 years down the line, this Mustang is still a cult classic. People who get this Mustang want it to look like Eleanor, so thanks to this movie, the resto-mod business has settled down. Eleanor was designed by Steve Sanford, and in 2013 the whole car ended up at auction for $ 100,000.
1968 Ford Mustang GT Fra Bullitt
Yes, so this is a bit oldie here, not only in terms of cars, but also in terms of film. The 1968 Ford Mustang GT was the Bullitt, driven by Steve McQueen’s name of the same name, Frank Bullitt. The film’s car chase scenes are still considered one of the best in the business, even now.
It was also the first film to put cameras in cars to give the audience the feeling and excitement of what it is like to drive so fast, and get the feeling of riding with your favorite hero. Or villain. The Highland Green Mustang became so popular that the Mustang released a special Bullitt version of the car. In addition, the original movie car has been evaluated in the millions and has become far more iconic than the black Dodge Charger from the bad guy in 1968.
2007 Shelby GT500 Fra I Am Legend
If Will Smith was to be the last surviving human being on earth, well, then his choice was a 2007 Shelby GT500 which he only took from the local Ford dealer around him, considering that there was no one to ask for payment. Streets full of abandoned cars, and Will Smith burst through New York in the GT500, with the only surviving dog around the shotgun. Of course, later, he has to shoot the dog too, but the car stays.
The same movie came before the 1971 vampire movie, Omega men, and even then, the car you choose is a 1970s Mustang. If you’re the last human, or vampire on earth, you’re obviously driving a Mustang. Period.
1967 Ford Mustang Fastback From F&F3: Tokyo Drift
You do not expect a Fast furious movie to have a Mustang, right? Especially if this is a F&F shot in Japan. But in the third F&F film, Tokyo Drift, they decided to put the Japanese cars on the sidelines, and when an American character appears in Japan trying to learn the art of driving, he decides to use a Mustang.
It’s a 1967 fastback, and it’s painted Highland Green just like the one in Bullitt, but it’s a twist. The Mustang may be the prettiest thing around, but this is not the car that can win a race. So the engine is replaced and yesterday a Nissan RB26DETT engine from an R34 Skyline.
1969 Ford Mustang Fastback From John Wick
Basically, John Wick feels like a romance drama. The man loves a woman. The woman dies, leaving him a love letter from beyond. The setting is ripe for a rebound romance, but for a new puppy to be killed and a Ford Mustang to be stolen. John Wick turns from a loverboy into a killer just like that, and we have to admit that while his 1969 Ford Mustang Fastback, which looks like a Mach 1, looks tempting, we will never steal one.
See what happened to the guys who tried. No, we just want to see and crave these Mustangs from afar, from the safety of the TV screens.
Sources: Reuters, Hagerty
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