Mustang Owner's Podcast
Harry Phillips, The Dealership salesman that sold 0001.
In this episode, Steve talks with Harry Phillips, the salesman who sold the first Mustang that came off Ford’s assembly line; car #0001. At 87 years old, Steve lets go of the reigns, and lets Harry go telling the story of the sale, the mistake, and eventually the resolution to get car #1 back into Ford’s possession.
The Club, The Community, & The Dealership
John Clor returns with Mike Rey to discuss the symbiotic relationships between the Mustang Car Clubs, the communities they represent, and the local Ford dealerships. Listen how being involved in a Mustang Club raises the tide of all the players involved.
The First Mustang Sold
Steve interviews Gail Wise; the first person to purchase a Ford Mustang on April 15th, 1964. Gail tells Steve how she came upon her Mustang, and how her husband Tom helped restore it after it was stored in the family garage for many years.
The Benefits of Joining a Mustang Car Club
In his first episode on the Mustang Owner’s Podcast, guest host John Clor is joined by Mike Rey; president of The Mustang Owner’s Club of Southeastern Michigan (MOCSEM) as they discuss the benefits of joining a Mustang car club.
Listen in as Mat and Jen, the founders of Foxtoberfest tell Steve how they came up with the idea for the show, and all the cool things happening at this year's event in Concord, North Carolina from October 27-30.
Welcome to The Mustang Owner's Podcast
Introducing Steve Hall; executive director of The Mustang Owner's Museum, and your host of The Mustang Owner's Podcast. Join Steve as he tells us his vision for the podcast, his personal pony story, and introduces John Clor; Ford Motor Company's Director of Performance Enthusiast Communications who will discuss the Mustang Car Club culture.