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10,000,000th Ford Mustang Rolls Off the Assembly Line


10,000,000th Ford Mustang Rolls Off the Assembly Line in Flat Rock, Michigan

Around this time tomorrow, the Ford Motor Company will lift the veils off the 10 millionth Mustang. Thatís right, ladies and gents; Americaís original pony car now numbers in the 10,000,000s, with production going stronger than ever in Flat Rock, Michigan.
Fords Mustang has been in production since 1964.

That's a lot Mustangs.

Congratulations to Ford.


By comparison the VW type 1 bug was in production from 1938-2003 with a total of 21,529,464 produced.

By 2002, over 21 million Type 1s had been produced, but by 2003, annual production had dropped to 30,000 from a peak of 1.3 million in 1971. VW announced the end of production in June 2003, citing decreasing demand, and the final original Type 1 VW Beetle (No. 21,529,464 rolled off the production line at Puebla, Mexico, on 30 July 2003,[49] 65 years after its original launch.

Does anyone here think Ford will catch VW in the next 11 years and take the crown ?


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