April 17, 1964. This is the date when the first generation Ford Mustang was launched at the New York World’s Fair. It was a car that, according to Project Design Chief Joe Oros,
had to appeal to women, but in the same time to be desired by the men too. The first prototypes were built as two-seats model, but after realizing the true success depended on volume sales they switched to a four-seat design. And this is exactly that they put into production in 1964. And the first production version is now on sale on eBay. But while in 1964 the Mustang had a suggested retail price of US$ 2,368, today the first one is rated at $5,5 million.