Drive a vintage Mustang and feel like you’re cruising those Hollywood boulevards in style! This experience gives you the chance to get behind the wheel of a classic Ford Mustang whisking you straight back to 1965.
Ford launched the Mustang on an unsuspecting driving public in April 1964. With it’s super long bonnet and short rear end it certainly caught the eye of many an American motorist wanting a car that looked good but didn’t cost a fortune. Within 18 months nearly a million Mustangs been built.
So how can a car that was mass produced become to be known as a classic? After all we usually associate classic with rarity. It has to be said Ford certainly made an impact with the Mustang and in actual fact there was nothing else in its league in the car showrooms until the Chevrolet Camaro and Pontiac Firebird came along in 1966 and 1967 respectively so the Mustang basked in it’s unique glory for a couple of years. And well it’s a case of original and the best for many motoring enthusiasts which makes them so sought after.
The Mustang was even the Bond girl car of choice in 1964 and 1965 as convertible versions appeared in both Goldfinger and Thunderball so whether you’re a glamour pussy or a street racer boy you’ll love the classiness of this vintage American set of wheels.
And indeed that popularity remains today with endless celebrities being photographed behind the wheel of their vintage Mustangs from Eminem to Amber Heard. And whilst the model remains in production today there’s still nothing like those roaring old school V8s to give you that instant cool factor on the streets!
You won’t be taking to the freeway when you get to drive a Mustang but you will be able to take this 1965 vintage race car model for a spin on a private circuit which means you can get the full V8 experience complete with growling exhaust and engine whine all whilst taking in that classic black slimline dashboard layout as you peer over that iconic air intake on the bonnet swinging this classic behemoth into the corners.