Kings of the Road - Mustangs Across AmericaJun 01, 2021
the mustang is more than a car it is a living legend it has come to represent
american ideals of personal freedom integrity and strength it is just an
american icon it is like baseball it is like apple pie fasten your seatbelts for the ride of your life with 300 Mustang fans as they race across America to Nashville and watch some of the world's fastest Mustangs hurtle around the famous Super Speedway the Mustang has dominated the
roads for 40 years unbridled energy and power of this all-american muscle machine has captured the hearts of millions of people being a patriotic american this is my car symbolizes to me what i love about my country to celebrate the 40th anniversary of
mustangsa group of 300 cars of all ages go to attempt an astonishing Drive of almost 2,000 miles through seven states in just five days to their destination Nashville Tennessee and the biggest Mustang party on the planet will be a real challenge for the man and the mac.
The rally has drawn people from as far away as New Zealand. They all came to be a part of this extraordinary piece of Mustang history. Some came for the love of the automobile, some for the camaraderie, and some to revel in the wonders of the American countryside. but for everyone, the highlight of the whole experience will be the exciting race at the famous Nashville Speedway, the race will bring together some of the best Mustangs and drivers in the world as they push their machines and themselves to the limit as it feels when I'm in The track behind the wheel of the Mustang is awesome, but before anyone has a chance to race the track, there's a race against time as Mustangs have just five days to go two-thirds of the way across America. .
One thing, the man responsible for getting everyone to Nashville on time is Sam, hey Martin, the president of Mustangs Across America. Mustangs Across America started in 1993, we were actually getting ready for the 30th anniversary of the Mustang. I started thinking about it and realized that I love
roadtrips. I love Mustangs. I would like to drive my own Mustang across the United States. It really turned into something far beyond what we expected. More than a hundred people. join Sam on that first ride now, ten years later, twice as many people come for the ride District Attorney Tony Sousa is one of the original members of Mustangs Across America a lifelong Mustang fan it was love at first sight when he saw shelby gt350 the thoroughbred of
mustangsthe car that made me fall in love with the mustang was the gt350 there was something really visceral and exciting hearing the sound of that side exhaust coming out from under the car seeing the fastback with the white paint and the two big blue stripes and saw that the car had just made his blood stir, the Shelby gt350 was a more powerful version of the original factory Mustang and epitomized unbridled energy and r A power that is reflected in the famous horse logo to the rear. galloped when the Mustang was first designed by the Mustang design team. in World War II, but Lee Iacocca, who is recognized as the father of the Mustang, felt that this car and the spirit behind the car were truly symbolic of the wild, free-roaming nature of the Mustang horse of the American West.
It's this free spirit and beauty. of the car that has brought this group of Mustang lovers together and inspired them to embark on this momentous journey for Sam, he also continues the family tradition of passing down his passion for road trips and the Mustang to his nine-year-old son, Sidney, my father. he was a trucker, i spent many summers on the road across the states with him and at the time i don't know if i was that excited but now i look back on it and it's just something that's that fuel that makes me want to do it again so i hope that, even though you sit in this car for eight hours a day and wonder where your gameboy is, when you get older look back and remember that it's a positive thing.
The growing point in your life is the night before the big ride and the excitement starts to build. I think what symbolizes Mustangs all over America and why people join this rally is because it's a chance to drive their Mustang on a great adventure that you I am sharing with a group of Mustang owners. There is a feeling of freedom. Sense of camaraderie and shared enthusiasm. It is a wonderful spirit. The magic of the Mustang appeals to a wide variety of people, but they all have one thing in common: their obsession with the pony. car it's so much fun to be here with all these people who love mustangs make the hoofbeat beat the heartbeat the adrenaline i get from driving it it's a race it's like it's what i need it's heaven i love it i just can't leave thinking about it I just can't get it out of my mind.
I'm looking forward to going. It's 7:00 a.m. m. It's the first day of the rally and everyone is itching to hit the highway, but before they can take off, Sam has a few words of advice for our road warriors our time today basically 8 o'clock I'm leaving here CB channel 3 we want to turn our headlights on when we're driving so everybody knows that we're a convoy and it's about having a good time and you know there's a lot of scenery, a lot of good stuff, it's mountains from almost here until we get to Flagstaff another 4 or 5 cups of coffee and we'll be ready to wait. the bunch of Mustangs finally hit the road Los Angeles is soon a distant memory when drivers put the throttle down and hit the open road it feels great here especially when you can put your foot in it and open it up a bit. the weight of your here just sort of gets on your nerves you know this car has a supercharger in it and so one of the things that that actually does for sound gives the engine a very highly mechanized high pitched whine to the sound of air rushing through the engine it's something you don't hear very often it groans get out of the engine out here on the open road this is scenery i don't see very often it's not the same as usual many of these scenes were driving to through a trip out of the postcard and it's like starting to read you know, kind of a travel book, only you're driving, there's not much to think about other than take a look at this branch, take it all in and enjoy the Mustang for as long as I've owned it, the rally has United Mustangs of all ages, but each driver has their own favorite decade, although Tony had to leave his beloved 1960s Mustang at home and drive a modern car, his heart belongs to the models from the sixties, they were the first to roll off the production line and for Tony they are still the best.
He came of age in the 60's I'm a ch Son of the 60's I think the 60's for me was really what America was all about. It was the time when the United States really became, I think, conscious of its status as a world power and the feeling that nothing could go wrong until Vietnam came along, but I think when President Kennedy became president and the challenges they were about being the first to go to the moon the whole country i think i was optimistic the mustang captured this riotous spirit an optimism from america in the 60s there were people who longed for a sports car not a sports car a car that was fun to drive a car that looked great a car that was affordable and the Mustang was all of that was a car that people just fell in love with and still are in love with to this day the Mustang was first unveiled on April 17, 1964 and captivated the country the combination of speed and great style was irresistible to a nation craving excitement and adventure sparked a buying frenzy that caught Ford totally off guard over 22,000 o L The ders were placed on the first day of production.
It was an affordable sports car for the road and instantly became a huge hit with America's youth. It wasn't long before the Mustang established itself as a timeless classic and cultural icon as mustangs had. To the east, the landscape becomes more desolate and arid. The herd traverses the Great Basin through the Mojave Desert and reaches Arizona. After a grueling nine hours and over 400 miles on the highway. The first stop is finally in sight. We are about ten minutes from Flagstaff three. a few hours ago we were in the needles of California which is a barren desert now we are in the mountains and there is snow on those mountains over there and there are big tall pine trees in front of us and that is only a three hour drive Flagstaff sits on The base of the San Francisco Peaks and an area known as the High Desert at 7,000 feet is one of the highest cities in the US.
After a long day behind the wheel, everyone is exhausted and needs to rest, but before they For drivers to relax, cars need to be ready for the next day's journey. It gives drivers a chance to swap road stories and enjoy their shared passion for Mustang so far no one has ever had to give up, but the relentless pace of the road is starting to take its toll on drivers and cars, in particular. to older models. It's day two at the Mustangs Across America rally to Nashville, Tennessee. through the heart of the country on interstate 40 yesterday they drove from los angeles to flagstaff and today they have another four hundred and forty two miles on the road to get to santa rosa new mexico this is the longest and most difficult day of the whole adventure and for a Mustang the day has started very badly linda button is from salinas california she is one of the few women in the group driving all the way keeping her company is her friend marc ostia they are making the trip in linda's much loved 1966 fastback, Unfortunately, Flagstaff's high altitude and thin air are causing problems for the classic car, if she can't start the car, her dream of making the five-day cross-country trek will be over. the second day of course I was a little nervous because you don't want the car not to start the second day of the trip but what happened then is Mark took the cover off the air filter and opened the throttle valve which allowed it to come in Air in the carb and the car started immediately and a relieved Linda sets off to catch up with the rest of the group.
I love the feel of the tires on the road. I love being able to look outside and see the beautiful scenery out there. this i xl this interstate across the united states on the way Linda and the other mustangs passed through some of the most breathtaking views in the country as they headed toward Santa Rosa the wonders of the Petrified Forest and the arid foothills of the Painted Desert loom ahead driving to across s America in her Mustang is a dream come true for Linda her passion for the pony car started when she was still a teenager I'm not sure if my love for the Mustang started with the car or the guy driving the car but it was in the high school when I first fell in love with Mustangs.
I got my first Mustang in 1983 I was in the Air Force stationed in Las Vegas Nevada and I bought a white 1966 fastback like this but it had power steering and that was the first one I ever got no one ever forgets their first Mustang but sadly Linda had to parting with her when she separated from her husband, i lost him in the divorce, but that was 20 years ago and this car has so much more special meaning to me now anyway for linda her car is so much more than a means of transportation it has a character of its own my car has a very big personality it's a he doesn't have a name but it's definitely a hot one he loves to run he loves to run fast and he takes great care of me wherever he goes well when he decides to start with a wide variety of cars in the package you can tell a lot about the person by the type of mustang they drive maybe it says something about my personality i can be a little bold i can be a little assertive but i am also very confident ble.
Maybe that's my car too. Strong, fast '60s Mustangs like Linda's defined a vibrant and liberated generation, but with each different decade came a new band of Mustang fans. Richard lives iranian. Known as Big Daddy to his Mustang friends, he's a Correctional Lieutenant at Nevada's only maximum-security prison and has been restoring his 1970 Mustang especially for this rally. on it and it just looks great they move the headlights from the outside of the grill to the inside and it's a little nicer about it I think it's probably one of the best looking Mustangs ever made I grew up in th In the '70s, I grew up around these cars all the time.
I mean, they were just a stock car when I was a kid and I always always wanted one, so that's just been a dream since I was a little kid. The 70's Mustang is more than a car for Big Daddy, it's a symbol of the United States, it's just an American icon, you know it represents the best of everything here you know, it's a sports car, it's a muscle car, It's a sexy car, he says, cut those lines. and just making it so smooth is so elegant and when it's standing still it looks like it's going fast Big Daddy's car was one of the last big carsThe original 1970s gas crisis and growing awareness of safety and environmental issues plagued the Mustang, it moved away from the classic race car image and became a more economical breed for a while.
America's wild pony car was tamed, but for Big Daddy and the rest of the pack, his rebellious spirit lives on and drives them forward. through arizona and to the sleepy town of santa rosa new mexico after her car refused to start this morning its a relief for linda that she made it we did 442 miles today and i feel like i drove 442 miles in an old car that was a beautiful beautiful day but I'm so very happy we're here in Santa Rosa but the heat is on now there's still three days of driving and over a thousand miles to go before the Mustangs hit Nashville it's sunrise . on day three of the Mustangs Across America drive to Nashville Tennessee today the Mustangs must cross three states and cover a distance of over 400 miles before reaching Mustang Oklahoma Sam Bailey and Chester are gearing up for a long day behind the wheel that Sam has driven his 1966 convertible and trailer almost 2,000 miles from Vancouver Island to join the convoy of Mustangs that drove here from Vancouver Island has a small trailer behind us gives us a good chance of having a big independence we can stop whenever we want where we want pretty good to our own meals from the trailer my role with Sam is to look after him I'm his chaperone basically I'm really his he's supposed to be his navigator but he doesn't take a word of I notice what I'm saying so I tried before I met him.
I thought Mustangs were the best cars made by Chevrolet, so he told me that Sam and Chester had left their wives at their home in Vancouver and were left to fend for themselves. the road, luckily, they make a good team look pretty good all my life on Vancouver Island. I love to travel and see other parts of North America and other parts of the world. In fact, I had a career as an auto mechanic and 17 years ago. in that chester i actually went to indonesia i ended up going to borneo to teach mechanics there on the way i started giving him some tips if you wanted to learn the language fast so all the way home he had me sitting there saying goodnight how are you in indonesian what it was the way he was teaching it but it's C Apple Dot so when we go to Indonesia he says good night how are you to an Indonesian and they beat him to who farted so we got off. on the right track thereafter th Convoy of Mustangs from 30 different states traveling east on Interstate 40 following in the footsteps of old Route 66 66 I am a member of the Canadian Route 66 Association is a very important part of American history, of course, in regards to people being able to travel from west to east and back, but it's also an extremely important part of automotive history known as Mother Road or the main street of America.
Route 66 was the nation's main artery linking Chicago to Los Angeles for many, it was the road to opportunity. I think one history of America from the time the 13 colonies began was expansion and movement west and I think that that pioneering spirit of adventure is what has become part of the national psyche and that's part of the heritage. of the route. 66 is the road that people use to move west, a lot of the people in the Oklahoma trough and the states around it used route 66 to try to get to California and the Wild West, so it's quite a road famous john steinbeck wrote about it route 66 supported many small towns by bringing money and people to help their economy in the 1970s most of the route had been replaced by four lane highways the highway is now slowly disappearing but the Mustang drivers Remnants of what was once America's most important highway can still be seen, but for the towns that once depended on it, Route 66's demise was catastrophic in some areas.
It has been a tragedy that the entire town ceased to exist because they were dependent on interstate commerce. and commuters and truckers stopping to eat and rest and relax and spend the night and when the interstate system came in and bypassed them the cities just shut down for Sam to show Sydney this important part of American culture was one of the main reasons he brought he went with him on the trip sydney enjoyed the trip quite well he for a nine year old boy is traveling very well my wife and i debated about it quite a bit about whether to take him out of school what We drop off at school and finally realize you know how often I'll be able to take my son on a five-day cross-country road trip.
Sydney is the youngest Mustang addict. at the rally but mustang spirit is about being young at heart at the back of the convoy our walter and lorraine welsh and a 1965 hardtop at 81 and 82 are the oldest people on the ride walter bought his mustang in 1968 and it's been the family car since 1968 first of all like that you know Ford the dealership I borrowed brought it home to show the wife she wanted nothing to do with it so that i came back fell off a couple of days after it was gone, so i started looking in the newspaper.
I found this baby in the newspaper at a private party and he finally agreed to buy it and we bought it for $1700. I think it's Walters Pitts, it's his car, only I was driving it years ago. but no now it doesn't have power steering for the kids when we bought it we used to go on vacation and take the 4 kids in the mustang put a box on top for sam and chester the ride is going well after a quick fuel stop they are back at the road with their destination in sight and with a good voice we can get back on the road with our apologies to Willie Nelson and the relationship and Horatio when we get to town at the end of our trip I have to slave away in the kitchen there and you know fix something I read a book and Sam who turns on the light goes to bed so about two hours later I fall asleep but he snores like a Sherman tank now our little house is a great little friend but he doesn't need nothing bigger than that for sure yeah it looks great yeah sam said he's cooking tonight and I'm like ok that's great I look down and he says we're going to be hosted for dinner the convoy finally arrives at their rest stop to pass the night. the aptly named Mustang Oklahoma where the residents threw a party to welcome me, Ford's famous filly, this is the most appropriate time I can think of to say hello from town.
Welcome to Mustang. It goes very well tomorrow. which we already have so it will almost be like starting a new tomorrow because we will have a whole new crowd that will be the same size as the one that brought us here so it will probably open up a whole new chapter of adventures that Sam has been through in the last five months planning this journey to finally see his vision realized it's an overwhelming feeling it's pretty exciting right now i'll just say wiped out but i'm feeling it i feel the burn but i feel some excitement at the same time wow i can't believe i see all these Mustangs and i'm hoping to see a really cool Mustang and then once I find the coolest one, down to the first new thing, who drives it and then they probably feel good. camping in Mustang in his Mustang, I mean, who could Ask for something else.
I think the name of a song I was told never touched baby menthol while Sun Goes Down. Everyone is eager to relax and get ready for tomorrow's epic trip to Little Rock Arkansas. Day four of the Mustangs Across America trip to Nashville has brought travel problems, the oldest driver, Walter Welsh the Packer, was about to leave on the 350 mile trip to Little Rock Arkansas, but last night Walter had a accident that could abruptly end your trip, well we got lost last night coming from the big party. there my wife said turning the gas stations give it back I didn't know what to do in the dark desperate to find my way back to the rest of the group Walter ran the car over a curb blowing out his tires and causing serious damage to the tires fortunately for Walter, his companions Mustangs came to his rescue, remember I don't dirt, Rick Briggs has used his own spare tires to replace Walters flats and put him back on the road, I hope to be back on the road today. and we weren't the wife was ready to cancel and say it we're going to be here another night so i didn't say wait ok ok hope to see you on the road the key to the mustang's survival is that it appeals. to all generations US Marine Sgt.
Justin Fuehrer is currently stationed in South Korea but has taken a 30-day leave of absence to come rally Mustangs Across America with some friends from high school . My local mustang started with my uncle when he was a little boy. old Mach one beautiful big black chrome rims and from there I was in awe so I've known since then I want to grow up and have a Mustang and this is actually my second I'm a Marine security guard I've been in the Marines for about five and a half years . I protect American embassies around the world. I am currently in Seoul, Korea.
Basically, I'm there to protect the embassy from attack. there doing my job Justin's Mustang has been customized by ny specialist company Roush it's one of the most powerful Mustangs on the road for me it's relaxing you know I just put it on cruise control and go where I want you know that there aren't really any rules I just do what I want driving across the country almost always wanted to take a road trip driving across the states with your friends it's probably one of the most fun things you can do it's a great experience and pick up a lot things on the road and having a lot of fun I think the Mustang was iconic basically because when it was made it was the first sports family car but it's just a muscle car you know it's like apple pie it's like baseball you know it's the mustang everyone knows you know you ride the world you know everyone still knows what a mustang is to justin the mustang is in a league of its own i love to drive fast especially You know when you've got a car like this with so much power that you're driving around town or whatever Someone will come up to you and read your engine and as soon as you hear those RPMs go up you know something's going to happen just push those gears, accelerate it's fast you can it's cool it's a great feeling the headrest you know you just sucked in the seats you know every day you get in the mustang you're gonna have fun there was a time few cars could keep up from the highway rebel the only car that could catch a mustang was a mustang Tony works for the Texas Highway Patrol and is passionate about restoring vintage state police Mustangs from the 1980s.
The public has always loved these cars. They never got to see one up close. The only time they never saw one. This one was sitting. on the side of the road running radar every time they get pulled over and they see it in their rear view mirror yes this car is a big reaction on the road they always think its still in service usually they find most of the drivers are pretty courteous and d I drive this car like right now Africa it's a semi fair state here he's afraid to pass even though I'm not in Texas we are doing the speed limit he wants to pass me but he doesn't know if he should or not these 1980's models bring back fond memories to tony many of my friends tell me i'm still in the 80's yes i love cars from back then and that's when my wife and i met.
I graduated from high school at home. in Houston and I just heard the station announce. I probably got about 100 150 CD's from the 80's era. I still live in the 80's. Seems like over time a lot of people give me a hard time because this is an 88 model. These Fox bodies really have some of the spirit of the eighties the 1980s secured forth a new Mustang to rekindle the excitement of the cars of the '60s with Vietnam and the few crises of the '70s behind them the '80s brought a renewed spirit of power and strength to the Fox Body catered for a generation that wanted more for the money this third generation Mustangs recaptured the car's legendary spirit and got bigger and faster each Mustang triggers its own special memories for the person behind the wheel for Linda button her sixties fastback and six is a strong reminder of a love lost his name was rich talent we used to date and i called him mr. cricket and then we turned him into jiminy and he passed away in 2002 and so my car license plates that our jiminy is a tribute to him and it's on the commemorative license plates for nine hundred and it says we will never forget and i will never forget the wealth ever pack of mustangs has been growing daily now the line of more than200 Mustangs wind over three miles as they arrive in Little Rock Arkansas at the end of the second to last day everyone's thoughts turn to their final destination today we are at the end of day 4 we are in Little Rock Arkansas and we have driven as long as my car has driven more than 2,000 miles 2,000 miles is a lot of miles for my car but this is the last night of our trip and then tomorrow we head to Nashville it's the last day of this momentous cross country trip everyone is now looking forward to getting to Nashville and the Christmas celebrations anniversary strong friendships and bonds have been made over the last few days on the road people of all ages have been united by their passion for the Mustang mike and joyce Epperson are from Salt Lake City to them the Mustang is much more than just a car they have played a very important role in the life of your family my divers like mustangs since we were kids we got married and bought a really old broken down one pr Mainly because we were very poor we could start working on it and in a couple of years how to make it look like new again and the passion and I started what started as a hobby soon. it became a small but thriving business, buying old wrecks and lovingly restoring them to sell, helping her get her nursing degree and thus by buying, selling and trading several of the mustangs we owned at that At the time, there were a lot of cars we wish we had held on to, but at the time our priorities were going to help Joyce get her education through school, picking up my stain and now between me and Mike, we have 12, our kids have 6 more, so we're cows and we're still 18, yes, travel always brings us together, we enjoy spending time, we let go of all the problems at home and work to enjoy each other more Mike and Joyce travel with their son Mike jr. 23 years old. he's driving a '66 hardtop that he faithfully restored at the age of 14 with the help of his father when Michael was in high school.
Joyce. I was a little worried about where I was going, what I was going to do and what kind of child was going to become my wife and I decided it would be nice to get Michael involved with mustangs, so we chose the 1966 Mustang which was basically a shell and we we said it would be his car, he suddenly starts to get excited. and focusing I was only 14 at the time and I needed a little more focus in my life because you know things were getting off track and so taking on a good project was the perfect way and I started with this and kind of built it the way I wanted it as it seemed best to me and he would work, save his money and apply it to the car during that time.
Senior year he took it to a prom he graduated with honors s or that car is worth a million dollars my favorite thing is to remember watching his father and son spend their weekends going to the junkyards for parts and all the weekends and evenings in the garage working together and planning that car and the union they had working on that car the long days on the road have given Mike and Joyce the opportunity to spend time as a family, but ultimately the end is in sight only a few more miles and they will arrive in Nashville after five days seven states and nearly 2,000 miles on the road a pack of 300+ Mustangs arrive in Nashville Tennessee the country music capital of the world we have just arrived in Nashville we made it twenty four hundred and forty two miles we finally made it i feel so very very very very happy we are here it is fabulous the sun is shining and the grass is green here is a beautiful city and it has been or a wonderful trip for this weekend alone the city will play host to the greatest Mustang show in the world, the herd of cars that have driven from Los Angeles to Nashville over the past five days are joined by thousands of custom Mustangs As Mustang mania grips the city, people from all over the world have brought their prized possessions to see and be seen. the city that has become mustang ville as you can see from the 40th anniversary events is something very important it's a big celebration it's interesting to be a part of this this is one of my five cars this part is one hundred and sixty eight thousand miles its original paint and it's just pride and joy every make and model of Mustang ever made is here at this giant car show but this is just the beginning tomorrow the celebrations will kick into high gear at Nashville super speedway the next morning the herd of Mustangs assemble for one last ride with Sam leading the way and Mustang One marching triumphantly to their finish line Nashville Superspeedway and Anniversary Celebrations One hundred and twenty thousand people and more than 3,500 cars have gathered to celebrate Ford's 40 glorious years Mustang.
I think this is Woodstock for the Mustangs, where I am right now. You see cars as far as the eye can see and this is only a small fraction of the show. There are race cars on the track and we've got bands playing here shortly it's just one big big party the moment everyone's been waiting for has finally arrived some of the fastest Mustangs in the world and the most skilled drivers are about to battle on the race track one of the Daredevils racing today is Mark Wilson has not only been a Mustang fan for over 20 years but also works for Ford Motor Cars in the Mustang Department team all parts of my life of all Mustangs my daughter I am I am happy to say her name is Shelby her name is Carol Shelby and you know work for Ford work on Mustangs when I get off work I run Mustangs it was the powerful cars of the 90's that inspired Marc to take t he tracks it was just raw power they almost say it's a kids racer power because the cars were really raw in '94 they took a lot of the rawness out of the car gave it softer suspension a to more compatible suspension than towards the late 90s the Mustang really went through a technological revolution because it went to a twin overhead cam engine we had the Cobra model with the modular engine the car really came of age and has become stronger every year Mark's car is a very rare limited edition 93 Cobra Racing model but at 140mph if something goes wrong there is more at stake than just a valuable car people say I'm crazy to race him, but personally I think cars are made to race and half the fun of racing is hearing people say I can.
Don't think you're competing. The other half is hearing people say when it will take me a few seconds before the start mark. He has problems. He has a problem with the brakes. One wrong move in the corners could send you off the track. but the Mustang's fighting spirit fuels him and he manages to complete the race in one piece for Mark, it's all in the day job. The race was excellent. We had some issues with the car, but overall it was great. brakes so going into the first corner was always exciting every lap but we made it and it's definitely a once in a lifetime experience that I will never forget with the celebrations drawing to a close it's time for people to say goodbye and think on the ride home had it not been for Larry Jewell, Walter would still be stranded in Oklahoma after his accident and would never have made it to Nashville. you survived it all we survived it all you absolutely enjoyed it love yeah it's been a great ride it's just been seven days of adventures seeing new places and meeting lots of new people and it went by so fast it's like hard to believe, so everyone is saying goodbye and getting each other's addresses and phone numbers.
One of the few things you can get out of here that you're going to have in the long run is maybe some new friends. I may never make another. and i'm happy this one turned out so good, it's been a great experience and i can't wait to do it again, well what i got from this trip is an appreciation for this fabulous country we live in and these are memories i will cherish forever the Mustang continues to represent freedom of spirit and strength and has inspired thousands of people over the last 40 years as it gallops into its fifth decade there is no doubt that it will continue to rule the roads for years to come as one of the America's Greatest Legends
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