When you talk popular cars, you have to start with the Ford Mustang. The Mustang could possibly the most famous muscle car of all time. When it debuted in 1964 it set the world on fire. People flocked to the dealerships just to get a glimpse of the new pony car as it was nicknamed. The Mustang filled the bill of a nimble but powerful car that wasn't too big or too small. It started the long nose, low car design. After the Mustang, the Camaro, Challenger and 'Cuda copied the same basic idea. The Mustang got everyone excited from the small child to the older group, it was by far the most looked at car of the 1960's. You could get a straight six for easy cruising or even the small V8 for a little more pep. Then you got into the hi-po V8 and even the big block and then things went nuts. The Mustang was the car to beat on the street or the track. It didn't matter what type of track either. It could be a road course or a drag strip, the Mustang could hold its own. When you wanted the best, you got yourself a Ford Mustang. Rowing gears in a Ford Mustang is one of life's greatest pleasures. It didn't matter if you were on track or on the road, the smile on your face couldn't get torn off no matter what. The thing is though, you needed a sweet sounding engine because the stock radio was toast. Actually it was worse than toast, at least with toast you could eat. So what can you do about it? You head on over to Vintage Car Stereo and get yourself a Ken Harrison radio. Ken Harrison radios are the Mustang of the stereo world.