Don’t Call Yourself A Car Buff If You Don’t Find These 19 Mustangs Attractive

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We’re all well aware of the fact that cultures differ from country to country. They usually include customs and traditions, but ever since the introduction of the automobile, that, too, has become an essential part of what we define as a culture. The Europeans are famous for creating all sorts of supercars and luxury vehicles, but then, on the other end of the spectrum, we have the Americans who have perfect the art of the muscle car.

The whole idea behind muscle cars was not to go super fast or put a really nice lap around the track. These were all about raw power, and there’s just something about that that makes muscle cars super exciting. You have your Camaro and the Dodge Challenger, but there really isn’t a more iconic muscle car out there than the Ford Mustang. It started out in 1964, and since then, Ford has been able to sell millions of these, which is proof of just how famous these cars really are. With such a rich history, there have been numerous iterations of the Mustang which is why here, we’ve put together a list of 19 of the nicest-looking and best-performing Mustangs that have been created over the years.

19. 2008 Mustang Bullitt

Mustangs have a rich history when it comes to being featured in Hollywood films. Perhaps, that’s one of the reasons why they’ve become such an icon in the world of muscle and performance cars.

The nickname “Bullitt” for this particular Mustang wasn’t picked out by Ford. No, instead it was named after the movie Bullitt starring Steve McQueen.

During the events of the film, McQueen can be seen driving a Mustang GT Fastback, a car that many have dreamed of having one day. In commemoration of the movie, Ford decided to release a one-of-a-kind Mustang in 2008 featuring the same paint scheme as the one in the movie. Since then, it’s become a collector’s item, and they usually go for a lot of money, but there’s no denying the fact that it’s one of the nicest-looking Mustangs around.

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