Two Ford Mustangs for the Price of One? 0

Two Ford Mustangs for the Price of OneIf this was an actual deal at your local dealership, then many Ford Mustang admirers would be going mad across the world. The legendary pony cars are iconic of not only Ford, but of American culture too. So this begs the question of why Ford has decided to get two Mustangs, chop them in half and then weld them together…

Well there is, thankfully, a genuine reason behind this plan. Although many Mustang lovers may still not be happy about this deed, it does hold some sort of credibility. Ford will be celebrating 50 years of Mustang innovation, and therefore this artistic display has been created. There will be a 1965 and a 2015 mustang cut length ways to be consequently welded to make a whole, slightly odd yet appealing looking Mustang.

The car will obviously not be on sale for safety reasons but instead, it will be exhibited in a museum. Sitting in the National Inventors Hall of Fame Museum in Alexandria, Virginia, the car will be able to be viewed and sat in by the general public. The National Inventors Hall of Fame Museum did collaborate with Ford on the project as part of a Property Power exhibition which aims to show case and stress the importance of intellectual property. The Mustang is therefore the perfect example of intellectual property on show at the museum. It is not only a good example of property power as a vehicle standing on its own, but as the artistic product which stands in the museum too.

For those who are massive fans of the Ford Mustang and/or classic cars then you need not worry too much. Only one Mustang was harmed in the making of the show. The 2015 model was cut in half whilst apparently the 1965 version, for obvious reasons, is a perfectly created replica.

Although the Mustang is a beautiful car, we really hope that Ford does not get any new concept ideas following the welding of different cars for the exhibition…