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Only Ford Mustang enthusiasts can score high in this quiz!

Drifting prohibited.

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Image by Marcin Machalski from Pixabay

The 1982 Mustang GT used a specially-modified 4.8-liter engine

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It was actually a high-output 5.0-liter engine.

The Mustang made its first public appearance on a racetrack as pace car for the 1965 Indianapolis 500.

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It was in 1964 Indianapolis 500.

The original production model featured a right-hand drive alternative for the Australian market.

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How many Mustangs were built in the first 18 months of production?

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Where did the production of the first models take place?

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How much horsepower does the modern 2.3L 4 cylinder Ecoboost engine produce?

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Which year did the Mustang begin production in?

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The early production versions are often referred to as "1964½ models".

How many seats did the original 1962 Ford Mustang I concept car have?

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How many months did it take for the sales to surpass the 100k units?

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The name Mustang was not used in UK at the time of production because another manufacturer was using it.

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It was Germany, not the UK.

Only Ford Mustang enthusiasts can score high in this quiz!
We get it. You own a Camaro. And you have watched countless hours of Ford Mustang drifting fails.

Black Camaro with blower on dragster track

Your high-school fantasies of owning this iconic car are coming back!

Red Ford Mustang engine with blower

Go ahead and get yourself a Mustang. You earned it. Just don't try and drift it when there is a crowd.

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