Ford Mustang turns 50 with no hint of mid-life crisis
By Paul Ingrassia
(Reuters) - This week's 50th anniversary of the first Ford Mustang evokes a long-ago day when new cars could generate as much excitement, at least in America, as new iPads. The car caused a sensation, even though it wasn't a technological marvel like Apple's tablet.
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