The Ford Mustang has gone through multiple styling changes in the 50 years it has been on the market and there are times when the muscle car’s classic look is still preferred.
That being said, try finding a 60’s Mustang in excellent condition that some old timer doesn’t have bubble-wrapped in his garage.
Chances are, you won’t find one at an affordable price.
You can look for ages, or just take your brand new 2012 Mustang GT and give it a retro makeover.
Twenty-three year old, John Heerman did just that and is bringing his one-off Retro Stang to the 2011 SEMA Auto Show next week.