It was January of 1964 that the Beatles popped into America for the first time. Many say it signaled the beginning of a whole new generation of music. Along with the Beatles came another classic two months later. It was March 11th, 1964 that the first Mustang rolled off the assembly line in Dearborne Michigan. It was a perfect car for the time. It was sporty, it was quick, and it came with an AM Radio to play all those great songs that the British Invasion brought to us. The Mustang was just cool. It was the brain child of Lee Iococca. The Mustang went through plenty of changes over the years, but it was originally, in my opinion, a radio with wheels. There was something special about driving around in my senior year, listening to the Beatles and the Beach Boys on that AM Radio, top down, heading for the coast. Ford would eventually even put out a "California Edition" of the Mustang..basically a Shelby model. So here is to Mustang Sally..may she ride long. And Happy Birthday Mustang..you were a part of the Revolution.