Mustang General Knowledge Quiz

Mustang General Knowledge Quiz

Last Updated August 13, 2019

  1. What does SVT stand for at Ford?

    SVT stands for Special Vehicle Team.

  2. What city were all 1982-1993 Ford Mustangs produced?

    All 1982 to 1993 Mustangs were produced in Dearborn, MI.

  3. What was the Mustang named after?

    According to designer John Najjar, he suggested the name Mustang after the World War II P-51 Mustang fighter plane.

  4. Which Ford vehicle was the first to use the Mustang name?

    The Mustang I concept vehicle was the first to use the Mustang name.

  5. Which rental car company has partnered with Shelby and Ford to offer special edition Mustangs as a rental option?

    Hertz partnered with Shelby and Ford to offer the Shelby GT-H.

  6. During which year were the most Mustangs produced?

    Ford produced 607,568 Mustangs in 1966.

  7. In what month and year did Ford sell its one millionth Mustang?

    Ford sold it's millionth Mustang in March of 1966.

  8. What does GT in Mustang GT stand for?
  9. Who was one of the designers of the original Boss 302?

    Larry Shinoda was one of the designers of the original Boss 302.

  10. Which Mustang was dubbed by Carroll Shelby as the “first car I’m really proud of”?

    The 1967 GT500 was the first Mustang Carroll Shelby called the first car he was really proud of.

  11. What day did the Mustang debut?

    The Mustang debuted on April 17, 1964.

  12. The original Ford Mustang was the exact same length as what other Ford nameplate?

    The original Ford Mustang was the same length as the Ford Falcon.

  13. Which car, sold from 1979-1986, was actually a rebadged third-generation Fox Body Mustang (with some modest design tweaks)?

    The Mercury Capri was actually a rebadged third-generation Fox Body Mustang.

  14. Although Ford temporarily ceased producing Mustang convertibles in 1973, they were reintroduced in what year?

    Mustang convertibles were reintroduced in 1983.

  15. Which of the following is considered by some reports to be true of Mustang symbolism?

    The Mustang logo has the horse running “West” to symbolize the westward expansion of America.

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