How much does a first-generation Ford Mustang cost to purchase?
The various Mustang pricing are covered in this article along with changes to them over time.
The original pony car, the first generation of Ford Mustangs (1964–1973) offered entry-level purchasers
a vehicle with both elegance and utility. Starting at about $2,500, they were considerably less expensive
than the Ford Falcon, a member of the same stable. The European Grand Tourer, which had a higher base price
but still provided entry level purchasers with an inexpensive automobile,
was introduced in the second generation. These Mustangs have increased in value throughout the years as collector's goods.
of vehicles that can match a range of budgets, from entry-level to luxury models.