Ford's Mustang Turns 40

The Ford Mustang is 40 this month. NPR's Michele Norris talks with Mustang enthusiast Lark Bragg about the introduction of the car in April of 1964. Ford sold 22,000 of the sporty models the first day. Bragg now owns six of them. He's a car show judge and a member of the American Mustang Association.

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