This week (april 17-24) marks the 40th anniversary of the Ford Mustang, the ultimate pony car. Times were good. Gas was low, speed limits high. In 1960 the first of the "baby boomers" were buying cars, and they wanted small, sporty looking vehicles. Chevy came up with the Corvair and Ford responded with the Falcon. Chevy upped the ante with the Monza and this left Ford with a challenge. Ford President Robert McNamara put his best man, Lee Iacocca in charge of the "T-5" new vehicle. Debated about calling it a Bronco or Puma, before settling on the name Mustang. 22,000 were sold the first day! What comes to your mind (or memory) about the Pony Cars?