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Forgotten Idea: Ford Mustang Milano | The Every day Drive

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Ford Mustang Milano
Ford Mustang Milano

Forgotten Concepts, Forgotten Concepts That is an installment in a collection of posts trying again on present automobiles that we really feel deserved a bit extra consideration than they obtained. When you have a suggestion for a Forgotten Idea subject, please shoot us a line or depart a remark beneath.

Ford Mustang Milano

First Proven: 1970 Chicago Auto Present

Description: Mustang-themed design train

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Ford Mustang Milano
Mustang Milano


First seen on the 1970 Chicago Auto Present, the Ford Mustang Milano Idea served as a styling bridge between then present Mustangs, and the approaching freshened and upsized 1971 mannequin. Seen right here in Extremely Violet paint, the cabin, for which photos are scares, was reportedly additionally outfitted in purple hues.

Cool options included color-changing taillights, and a then-novel power-operated rear hatch. The Milano Idea is credited with influencing the design of the 1973 Australian-market Falcon XB coupe, which was featured within the 1979 theatrical launch, “Mad Max.”

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Ford Mustang Milano
Mustang Milano

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Sadly for Ford, the Milano Idea did a greater of hiding its measurement than the 1971 Manufacturing ‘Stang. Apparently, because the muscle-era started to wane, Ford made no point out of the Milano’s energy or efficiency. Whereas the Milano succeeded as a styling train, it did little stave off the Mustang’s measurement and weight achieve, which might go unchecked till the Mustang was absolutely redesigned round Ford Pinto compact-car structure.

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