I learned a lot of my woodworking, fabrication, lathe and mill skills from a crusty ole' geezer who was really talented but hated to be called an expert. He that told me his definition of an "exspurt".Long something that bugged me slightly. Wanton use of "legend"
1. A traditional story
2. An extremely famous or notorious person, especially in a particular field
3. An inscription, especially on a coin or medal.
People don't seem to mind stretching #2 to include manufactured products instead of people. I know, I know, it's just me.
While playing with numbers, only 16.6% of Mustangs built from 1964 through the 1970 model year were fastbacks, with almost half of the fastbacks produced in 1969/1970. I got my first Mustang experience in a 67/68 fastback that belonged to my foster sister's boyfriend. However, my actually driving/cruising experiences in a Mustang were in my best friend's 64.5 6 cylinder coupe. When I bought my first and only Mustang, I just happen to luck into it as I was just looking for a Mustang to buy, be it a coupe, fastback, or convertible. Don't ask me why I'm rambling on about this...things are slow right now and I'm playing with numbers.Just totaled it up. Of the discernible mustang body types in that video, 23 were fastbacks, 8 were verts, only 5 hardtop/coupes. A totally out of whack and slanted representation to the actual production numbers of each type from '65-'68. It was the '65/66 coupes that caused the vast majority of desire and frenzy, and made it a legend. Some people seem to forget that.