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The world’s best-selling sports car debuted at the World’s Fair in 1964 and was an instant hit thanks to its sporty styling and its affordability: Ford reportedly sold 22,000 of them on the first day it was on sale. Originally available in convertible and notchback coupe models, the iconic fastback coupe was introduced in 1965 and the “Pony Car” era was off and running, with competitors rolling the Camaro and the Challenger in future years to try and keep up. Sales declined through the ’70s with a reduction in power, a change in styling and the release of the second-gen Mustang II. A switch to the “Fox body” style helped the third-generation Mustang cruise through production for a full 14 years, until Ford breathed new life into the brand with its fourth-generation “SN-95” return to form. Featuring more classic styling, more power and better performance, the 1994 Mustang earned Motor Trend’s “Car of the Year” designation. Mustang’s fifth generation of vehicles emerged a decade later and gave us classics like the 2007 Shelby GT500 model and the return of the Boss 302 edition in 2012, while the modern-era Mustang brings the model its first independent rear suspension in six decades as well as the first Mach 1 model in nearly two decades — in addition to innovations like the Mach-E electric crossover.