Stop by our showroom before August 20th to witness restoration perfection in Pete VanderVeen’s 1966 Convertible Mustang, then cast your vote in the GRNCDA Fan Favorite contest! Borgman is celebrating 50 years of the iconic Ford Mustang by hosting this near-original model of the convertible ‘Stang. Ford was responsible for debuting the “pony car” style, and inspired other auto companies to lengthen their hoods and stub the rears of their sport-car coupe. This 50-year anniversary is nothing to be overlooked; the Mustang is the only car of it’s kind to be continuously produced, without interruption, for over five decades.
Owning a Mustang of any year is an exciting privilege, but what is it like owning one of the oldest first-generation Mustangs?
Pete VanderVeen enjoys every second of ownership of this beautiful testament to iconic design, which originally listed for $2,600. He purchased the car in 1981, and in 1997, decided to do a total restoration of the vehicle. Taking him only a year and a half to restore it, the car’s original interior and exterior is now in fantastic, conditioned shape and wears beautiful black interior and a white convertible top. It’s no trailer queen; the pony car is driven to every show where he has tallied over 50 awards including Best in Show and Best Mustang.
Don’t miss your opportunity to see this one-of-a-kind Mustang during the GRNCDA Fan Favorite contest at Borgman Ford Mazda August 11-20. Celebrate with us, and come out to cast a vote to Pete’s outstanding example of pony power!