Your VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) is a 17-character code that uniquely identifies all vehicles.
It can be found on the vehicle's title, registration, and insurance papers, driver
side of the dashboard near the windshield, and on the driver's side door jamb.
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About Ford Mustang
The Mustang is a sports coupe introduced by Ford in the 1960s and its success inspired a new class of sports car-like coupes known as "pony cars." Mustang body parts were distinctive for having long hoods and short rear decks, traits that were become standard design for later pony cars. The Mustang comes with a V6 or V8 engine and five trim levels: V6, V6 Premium, GT, GT Premium, and Boss 302. In 2000, the "Spring Feature Edition" trim level was offered for GT models, featuring unique coloring and 17 x 8 inch performance wheels and tires. Built on the Fox body platform, the Mustang was the lightest muscle car on the market for 25 years until its redesign in 2005. While still possessing rear-wheel drive and solid-axle rear suspension, Ford Mustang auto parts were updated for improved ride quality and handling. The 2013 model year Mustang saw some additional updates later, such as a new front fascia with a larger grille, HID headlamps, and 18 inch wheels.