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Welcome to the Ford Mustang The First Generation, The Early Years podcast, every week we will have conversations with collectors, experts, weekend warriors and those in the know when it comes to First Generation ponies. Start your engines and let’s go!

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Welcome to the Ford Mustang The First Generation, The Early Years podcast, every week we will have conversations with collectors, experts, weekend warriors and those in the know when it comes to First Generation ponies. Start your engines and let’s go!

    Bullitt Revealed, Conversation with Sean Kiernan, Tony Alonso, Brad Bowling, Kevin Marti and Ken Horstmann

    Bullitt Revealed, Conversation with Sean Kiernan, Tony Alonso, Brad Bowling, Kevin Marti and Ken Horstmann

    Today will be epic, for several reasons. First of all we are talking about our favorite subject, Ford Mustang. Second, today is a panel conversation with true Bullitt experts Sean Kiernan, Brad Bowling, Kevin Marti, Tony Alonso and Ken Horstmann. Today our goal is to raise awareness of the link between the modern Mustang Bullitts and the original 50+ year old movie cars. Welcome to Ford Mustang, The Early Years Podcast

    • 54 min
    The Quest for a Car Lover's Lifelong Dream, Hunter LeMoine interview

    The Quest for a Car Lover's Lifelong Dream, Hunter LeMoine interview

    Hunter LeMoine, Motortrend Producer, has been an avid fan of classic cars since an early age. I met up with Hunter prior to his purchase of a Mustang. Since then, his love of the brand turned into ownership and now he is the proud owner of a 1965 Coupe. Excited to chat with my new friend and fellow 1965 Classic Mustang owner.

    • 28 min
    Mustang Hall of Fame Inductee and Iacocca Award Winner, Journalist Donald Farr Interview

    Mustang Hall of Fame Inductee and Iacocca Award Winner, Journalist Donald Farr Interview

    Donald Farr has been a Mustang owner since 1970 and involved in the Mustang hobby as a journalist and editor since 1977. His first assignments were for the Shelby American Automobile Club and for a new magazine called Mustang Monthly. In 1980, Farr joined Mustang Monthly to become the magazine’s first full-time editor. Get this -- In 1987, Farr wrote a Mustang Monthly editorial about Ford’s plans to convert the Mustang to front-wheel drive and asked readers to write Ford in protest. Over 30,000 letters flooded Ford World Headquarters, convincing Ford to change its plans for the Mustang. Farr received a Lifetime Appreciation Award from Ford’s Team Mustang in 2011 and the Lee Iacocca Award in 2012. He was inducted into the Mustang Club of America’s Mustang Hall of Fame in 2012.
    Farr currently owns the 1966 Mustang GT hardtop that his grandfather purchased new in 1966. Here to talk Classic Mustangs AND about his books on the market is Donald Farr on Ford Mustang, The Early Years Podcast.

    • 28 min
    Vintage Iron Journalist, Automotive Storyteller, JP Emerson Interview

    Vintage Iron Journalist, Automotive Storyteller, JP Emerson Interview

    While vintage iron is his profession and love, that desire is only matched by his love of rock and rock. His fan base consists of the car crazy, and those that share an appreciation for machines that swallow fuel hard, leaving only a few drops behind on the already stained garage floor. He has been dubbed the “most influential and relatable automotive storyteller” by Four Barrel Media and he is here to chat with us today about all things vintage metal. Welcome to Ford Mustang, The Early Years -- JP Emerson.

    • 23 min
    A Garage Filled With Awesome -- Each Mustang A Keeper. Dave Shaffer Interview

    A Garage Filled With Awesome -- Each Mustang A Keeper. Dave Shaffer Interview

    Ford Mustang community, as I do and you all do as well, our guest today Dave Shaffer talks to his cars. But looking at his collection of Classic Mustangs, he would need a pretty large garage to talk to them all at once. Here’s just a few 1968 J-Code Convertible - First Car - Bought March 13, 1974. 1966 Shelby GT350H - 33 Years. 1969 Shelby GT350 - 30 Years. Really excited to talk Mustangs. Welcome Dave to Ford Mustang, The Early Years.

    • 30 min
    Every Mustang is a Keeper for Keith McLeod

    Every Mustang is a Keeper for Keith McLeod

    For any Mustang lover, our guest’s inventory is like a wish list of envy. Our guest today Keith McLeod has the complaint maybe all of us have, the need to build a bigger garage. Looks like his inventory consists of a couple of 1966 convertibles and a 1965 coupe and a 1966 Fastback plus many other Ford projects going on. Here to talk about his love of the brand, the community and classic Mustangs, welcome Keith to Ford Mustang The Early Years podcast.

    • 29 min

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