While the iconic Mustang went on sale for the first time in the 1960s, Swedes and many other European nations have not seen the Pony or any of its iterations in Europe for decades. 97 year-old Swedish man Lennart Ribring bought his first Mustang in the 1960s when they were first available and it was love at first drive. He hungered for a newer one for the rest of his adult life and kept repairing his original 60’s Fastback until it was no longer worth fixing. Now, with the Mustang returning to Europe, he can finally relive the feeling of driving a brand new Mustang off the lot again.
[VIDEO] 97 Year-Old Swedish Man Buys Himself Brand New Mustang Fastback
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