Mustang- A type of wild horse that are tough and reliable
Mustang car- A powerful Ford car
The Mustang Car was named by Phil Clark after the Original Wild Mustangs of the Plains of Nevada.
Read the book "Mustang Genesis" by Robert Fria and Lee Iacocca, on page 83. The P-51 was rejected by Ford as being "too airplaney" and resubmitted as the horse, being "more romantic". That was selected "on the spot" by R.H. "Bob" Maguire who was Chief Stylist at Ford (the quotation marks are quotes from the book). ALSO, Lee Iacocca (who was Vice President of Ford, prior to being a Chrysler official,) confirmed this in a 2006 recorded interview. The Vice President at Ford knew more about it than these airheads! READ THE BOOK!! THAT is why there is a HORSE on the grill... NOT airplane. Think about this.. in a short period at Ford, the MUSTANG, the PINTO and the BRONCO, ALL horse themes.
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