It looks as if the Mustang Club of Poland has inspired its South American counterparts to get in on a little movie-making action. The Mustang Club of Parana got together with a few local sponsors to commemorate the group's eleventh anniversary with a brief flick starring some of Brazil's most diehard Ford Mustang fans.

Every generation of Mustang development gets at least a little time on screen, from less-loved members of the clan like the Mustang II to a few ever-popular Eleanor replicas. The video took its creators just over three months to produce, and the final product is clean and well-edited.

There's plenty of engine note, smoky burnouts and sharp sheet metal to obsess over, too. So, is this better than the Polish original? We aren't picking sides on this one. Both videos are a great way to blow a chunk of the work day. Be sure to check out Brazil's ode to the Pony down below and click back for a look at the original inspiration behind the new film.


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      Lowland
      • 2 Years Ago
      A Mustang... In Belgium. http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2736/4454186151_fc4020d95c_b.jpg You can see it feels right at home here.
      pdbliz
      • 2 Years Ago
      Mustang Owners are the best.!!!!!!!! I have had a 1967 FASTBACK,,,,1968 GT 390 FASTBACK,,,,,1972 351 FASTBACK,,,,,,,,,1976 COBRA..........2000 CONVERTIBLE AND A 2001 CONVERTIBLE..... WORSE CARS,,,,,1969 ROADRUNNER,,,,,WINTER TIME,,IT WAS HARD TO START........I HAD A 1972 CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE,,,,,,NOTHING BUT TROUBLE....... I try to stay with Fords.....I have had better luck........I have a 1997,,,Ford Truck,,,114,000 have never spend a dime on it as far as a breakdown,,,,,,,,,,, But,,,,you do get good products in all vehicles.........FORD,,,YOU HAD BETTER NOT CHANGE THE BODY STYLE .......IT WILL NOT SELL IN THE U.S.............
      user164
      • 2 Years Ago
      So help me god, I do love the ugly duckling 71-73 Mustangs. They are probably my favorite Mustangs... OK, maybe after the 64-66 models. There is just something about them - the "ugliness", the useless back seat, the 351 Cleveland, the Ansen Sprints (OK, and the lack of rearward visibility, too). Very cool car. I think I need to go watch "Gone in 60 Seconds" to get it out of my system.
      tipdrip215
      • 2 Years Ago
      Nowhere is it more evident how cars tend to bloat and get fat over time then when you look at a '72 Mustang compared to a '65 model. I keep thinking about how fat cars such as the Civic, Accord, and pretty much all of BMW save for their SUVs have gotten, then I remember the early 70's Mustangs.
      • 2 Years Ago
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      Chris
      • 2 Years Ago
      I think I like this video a little better than the Polish one. It's also nice to see that these cars have a following in places like Brazil and Poland. In a sense, it appears the Mustang already is a "world car".
      steph3221
      • 2 Years Ago
      Hay racaneer. At least Poland is the only country in Europe that making more money then Germany and without the help of the IMF.
      belldn3
      • 2 Years Ago
      Buy a Chevy?
      timber
      • 2 Years Ago
      This is just another proof that the Mustang is loved around the world. So Ford to make a World model don't mess with its looks, there's nothing wrong with it. Here in Europe we love our sports cars (911, Ferraris, etc...) but we also love American iron. Just improve that suspension and ship it here. One or two extra engines options to cope with particular taxes wouldn't hurt.
        Indubitably
        • 2 Years Ago
        @timber
        There is nothing wrong with the suspension. Ask a $75k BMW M3 how a $38K Mustang 5.0 kept up with it on the track. You're also forgetting the live axle is better for drag racing, which for the most part is what muscle car owners primarily use their cars for.
          timber
          • 2 Years Ago
          @Indubitably
          Then do you think that Ford probably shouldn't have spent the money or effort to engineer the fantastic multilink rear suspension on the Focus? Shouldn't a sports car get more effort on something related to how it drives than a small family car?
      racaneer
      • 2 Years Ago
      A Pollock mustang club?? That's more information than I really needed to know!!
        English
        • 2 Years Ago
        @racaneer
        You've obviously never heard of the PRDA and Oscar Koveleski ...
      svt2399
      • 2 Years Ago
      Poor little Mustang II, the runt of the litter that lived LOL!!!
        Shiftright
        • 2 Years Ago
        @svt2399
        And it's the hideous notchback, with skinny wheels and hubcaps...Gross
      adika3z
      • 2 Years Ago
      no no no thank this mustang cars, i dont like ford design mustang cars, not pretty, wrong design, ugly body, no have 2 amber yellow lights on rear taillights, weak body and 2 weak bumpers, wrong gas in hole, etc etc, dont get it mustangs
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