2018 Ford Mustang Pony Package Puts the Horse Back in the Corral

 

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The Ford Mustang has been one of the most iconic American muscle cars since its introduction in 1965, when it debuted with its pony-in-corral grille logo.

While the Mustang was still in concept between 1962 and '65, that logo went through a lot of revisions. First it was a running horse with a vertical bar behind it—a variant which became the "tri-bar" logo used on numerous models. One concept resembled a chess knight. They were even considering a cougar in a chrome box as the grille emblem instead of a horse. The cat had to go, but its chrome border became the "corral" in the final design.

For years the pony has been running free, but drivers who want to pay respect to the Mustang's heritage can order a special Pony Package for the 2018 edition that reintroduces the classic corral. Contact Casey Jackson Ford for more information on the Pony Package.

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