Finally all the efforts that went in to this blog paid off! Ford will be exporting the new Mustang to Europe. That must be a first. When I read about this it seemed like a good time to make one more (and final) post to this blog. Of course it didn’t have much influence in Ford’s decision as you might have guessed but it’s a good news item to close this website.
I stopped writing here about a year ago, it was a partially because a lack of time but also because I didn’t find that much relevant topics anymore to post on this blog. It was always about gathering fun & exciting things about the classic Mustang (mainly pre-70s) and it seemed like I had seen and found it all. Classic ads, variations of models, toys, … they’re all here and I suppose it might be an interesting ressource for Mustang fans for the years to come since I won’t close it down after this post.
I’m still a sucker for the classic Mustang and still looking for the one I want. Although I do enjoy driving my ‘72 Triumph Spitfire a lot as well. Part of my passion for old cars has translated in creating a company called Shutterspeed, where we create photostories for people and their classic and/or sports cars. Go check it out – latest photo’s include Goodwood Festival of Speed, 24 Hours of Francorchamps, Maserati Ghibli, 2012 Audi S8, … and much more! Our site is in Dutch but the Facebook page is in English, check it out.
To the readers of this blog – Thanks for reading, sharing & commenting. I had good fun gathering all the information that ended up on this blog, so did you I hope! You can still find the best selection of Ford Mustang photo’s on my Flickr group and Pinterest board.
To Ford – Yes I’m willing to review the new Mustang for you once it arrives in Europe ;-)
To advertisers (that have been emailing me for the last 5 year) – I’ve always kept this blog ad-free since it wasn’t the purpose of the project. The motivation of this blog should have inspired for better ideas then just ads. Anyway, you can always do me an offer that I can´t refuse of course to keep this domain alive.