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0 T-5 GT Ragtop Sure Looks Like a Mustang

When the Mustang’ was introduced in 1964 the Cold War was on and West Germany was loaded with American GIs. Ford decided some of them might want to buy a Mustang, but a German truckmaker owned rights to the “Mustang” name and Ford balked at paying $10,000 to buy the German branding rights. Mustangs sold to soldiers in Germany were badged as T-5s.

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Henry Wiles Makes History with 11th Straight Peoria TT Victory

Henry Wiles did exactly what everyone expected him to do on Sunday, Aug. 16 at the Peoria Motorcycle Club, and his 1.342-second win over Jared Mees stamped his name in the AMA Pro Flat Track record books, forever. Wiles’ 11th straight Peoria TT main event victory extends his consecutive win record.