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2007 Ford Mustang

2007 Ford Mustang Review

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There's a great scene toward the end of John Frankenheimer's epic movie, Grand Prix, where James Garner, as the troubled racing ace Pete Aron, drives slowly through the crowded paddock at Monza in his rental car before the season's final round. The fact that his car was never available for rent in Europe, let alone Italy, is irrelevant. His character was American, so, logically, he drove an American car. That it was arguably the coolest ride in the film, a car eclipsed perhaps only by the Ferrari boss's 330GT, was a stroke of genius on Frankenheimer's part. As a nine-year-old, I saw the movie in 1966 at London's Odeon Leicester Square, and the black fastback with the gold stripes left a big impression on me. I came to expect that, aside from Jimmy Clark, who would eternally be loyal to Lotus, all Formula 1 heroes should drive a Ford Shelby GT350H, commonly known as the Hertz Shelby Mustang.

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