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Mustang Concepts

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Found this on Mustang and Fords .com web site, a really nice series of Mustang concepts including the 1963 4 door version. I love the 1967 Mach 1 concept that they suspect was crushed, but man is that a lovely Mustang. Check em out.

http://www.mustangandfords.com/features/1505-mustang-concepts-you-need-to-see/

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Additional good concepts of early mustangs also here:

http://www.msn.com/en-us/autos/enthusiasts/early-ford-mustang-concepts-prototypes-and-sketches/ss-AAlZqMy#image=1

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