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Celebrating the Mustang

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Denver resident Bruce Karlberg, pictured with his daughter, Jenny, was always a Chevy man until the 1967 Mustang GT, right, stole his heart. It had a blown engine when he acquired the car, and Karlberg fully restored it to stock himself. (Courtesy photo) Courtesy photo

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Amy Hosterman takes her competitive autocross driving very seriously and is proud to report that she has placed first the last two years in her division in Rocky Mountain Mustang Roundup in Steamboat. Photo by Tom Ross

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Amy Hosterman’s stock 1999 SVT Cobra was one of just 2,400 made, including a hand-built motor. Photo by Tom Ross

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Bill Distel’s 1982 Mustang is one of five of the pony cars that he owns, although he says it is his 1955 Thunderbird that makes him a Ford lover. Photo by Tom Ross

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Bill Distel’s 1982 Mustang, built on a Fox chassis, proved it mettle during the Spring Autocross-Mustang Warmup at the Sill-TerHar Motors parking lot in Broomfield on May 4. Photo by Tom Ross

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The 50th anniversary of the Ford Mustang has inspired many memories and worthy souvenirs like the commemorative jacket worn by this man attending a Mustang autocross in Broomfield in May.

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