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Daniel says the following. I've been a Mustang fan ever since they
came out. The first one I ever saw was the original 1962 V4
prototype. When the 1964 1/2 came out, I knew I had to have
one. I first bought a red 1965 hardtop with the 210 HP-289.
I traded that in for a 1967 GT lime-gold fastback with 320
HP-390 and 4-speed. My last Mustang was a 1989 LX hatchback
which I drove for 350,000+ miles.
After my grandson was born, my "wheels" started
turning, and I decided he needed a "rocking horse,"
one that would be unique. I chose my favorite Mustang, a 1967
GT, as the model I wanted to use. It is an apple red metallic
clearcoat '67 convertible GT. When the car rocks forward,
the brake lights come on; when it rocks backward, the headlights
come on. When the horn button is pushed, it emits 20 seconds
of prerecorded car sounds. My grandson loves it.It is an apple
red metallic clearcoat '67 convertible GT.