Webmaster Natasha Lee (taking a break above with our ’67 fastback project car) has put together a fun and informative site that has a classified ad section for ’65-’73 Mustangs, a Shelby biography page and online stores for both books and die-cast models.
One important focus of the site is selling classic mustangs, which, as she says, are a better investment than the stock market. Of course we also know they’re very fun to drive, are certainly a mood lifter and they improve the scenery on the highways. On the site are sections for investment-quality cars, daily drivers and projects. There's also a Mustang finder service for $500.
In addition to that, Natasha also blogs extensively about her own ’65 Mustang coupe restomod that she’s owned for several years as well as her general experiences in the world of classic Mustangs--the main focus of the site. In what is perhaps one of the coolest parts of her site is also a section that has several vintage-Mustang TV advertisements.
One of them is the very first Mustang commercial that was Ford’s “teaser” ad which ran on ABC, NBC and CBS in March 1964. It intentionally shows only glimpses of those first ’64 ½ coupes. There’s also ads for all model years from ’65-’69. Be sure to check out all eight during your visit, especially the ’68 one that proclaims: “No one knew how much fiz there was to (PhD) Liz until…in her ’68 Mustang fastback, the PhD was pure TNT.” They’re clearly cool mid-’60s TV advertisements like you’ve never seen before and Mustangmadam.com is the place to see them all in one location.