The first generation of Ford Mustang is very, very difficult to mess up. Even with subtle additions, it provides a bountiful blank canvas for personal expression. This 1967 example has just the right amount of extra something, putting it into properly gorgeous territory.
What is it that makes almost every modification to early Mustangs look so good, and almost every modification to a third-generation Chevy Cavalier look just so universally terrible and disgusting, like a finger in the eye to every great artist that ever lived?
Guesses go in the comments below. This picture goes on your desktop.
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