CNN actually has a very cool report on how the two American classic sports cars have lasted over the years. The two iconic nameplates are easy to recognize in any generation and we get a good explanation of why. There's no real new news here for the obsessed fans eager to gobble up any tidbits on these vehicles. However there is a terrific quote from Ford's J Mays. "It looks as though it's going to kick your ass," Mays says of the Mustang. You have to love an exec with that kind of attitude.
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