The U.S. Postal Service unveiled a stamp last week honoring the Ford Mustang as one of 15 icons of the 1960s. The first Mustang, which bowed in April 1964, is pictured on the stamp. Participating in the Dearborn, Mich., unveiling are, from left: Dearborn Mayor Michael Guido; Dearborn Postmaster James O'Beirne; Martin Zimmerman, Ford Motor Co. vice president of government affairs; Congressman Joe Knollenberg; and U.S. Postal Service District Manager John Talick.
Mustang postage stamp
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