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Ford Mustang: Hollywood Royalty With 700 + Movie Credits


2011 Ford Mustang GT

2011 Ford Mustang GT

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This year marks the 46th anniversary of the Ford Mustang, one of Ford’s most accomplished vehicles. The Ford Mustang not only started the “pony car” class of automobiles, which includes many high performance cars such as the Dodge Challenger and Chevy Camaro, but has continued to win numerous awards over the years including Motor Trend magazine's Car of the Year and MotorWeek’s Best Car just to name a couple. Ford continues to price the Mustang affordably, with a base price for the 2011 model just over $22,000. In fact, many consumers can enjoy a new mustang and car insurance for under $500 a month. However, even with this financial success and customer loyalty, the Ford Mustang has not stopped at just being another powerful American pony car. In fact, the Mustang is a little bit of Hollywood royalty having appeared in over 700 movies since it was first introduced in 1964. Some of the car's most popular movie credits have been:

- Airplane! (1980)
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Amityville 3-D (1983)
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Cannonball (1976)
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Charlie's Angels (1976-1981)
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Confessions of a Dangerous Mind (2002)
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CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000-2010)
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Diamonds Are Forever (1971)
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Goldfinger (1964)
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Gone in Sixty Seconds (2000)
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Halloween II (1981)
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Home Improvement (1991-1999
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Moonlighting (1985-1989)
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Spenser for Hire (1985-1988)
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And many more...

Just remember one thing--what the Ford Mustang can do in movies is quite possibly best left for the silver screen unless you're a professional stunt driver.

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