2015 Ford Mustang 50-Year Limited Edition Photo Gallery (19 Photos)

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For the limited-edition 2015 Ford Mustang announced this week, 5-0 means more than engine displacement. In addition to the publicity-baiting spectacle of hauling the Detroit automaker's iconic muscle car up the elevator to the top of the Empire State Building, Ford is commemorating the 1964-born 'Stang's 50th year in production with a supercool coupe bearing golden-anniversary badges, unique exterior trim details and limited-edition colors. Only 1,964 of them will be built. Celebrate the Mustang's reaching AARP eligibility and check out the photo gallery below.

2015 Ford Mustang Returns to Top of Empire State Building

2015 Ford Mustang 50 Year Limited Edition

2015 Ford Mustang 50 Year Limited Edition

2015 Ford Mustang 50 Year Limited Edition

2015 Ford Mustang 50 Year Limited Edition

2015 Ford Mustang 50 Year Limited Edition

2015 Ford Mustang 50 Year Limited Edition

2015 Ford Mustang 50 Year Limited Edition

2015 Ford Mustang 50 Year Limited Edition

2015 Ford Mustang 50 Year Limited Edition

2015 Ford Mustang 50 Year Limited Edition

2015 Ford Mustang 50 Year Limited Edition

2015 Ford Mustang 50 Year Limited Edition

2015 Ford Mustang 50 Year Limited Edition

2015 Ford Mustang 50 Year Limited Edition

2015 Ford Mustang 50 Year Limited Edition

2015 Ford Mustang 50 Year Limited Edition

2015 Ford Mustang 50 Year Limited Edition

2015 Ford Mustang 50 Year Limited Edition

2015 Ford Mustang 50 Year Limited Edition

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Comments 

Steve

I'm not hating on Ford, but how did the 1960's cars designed without computers look so much more stylish than todays cars? I realize safety plays a big role, but the newer muscle cars can't touch the raw sexiness of the original muscle cars. This looks okay, like a 2 door Fusion. The Camaro looks like a matchbox car and the Challenger is just a porker. I'm a GM guy, but out of the 3, the Mustang looks the best.

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