Jack Florence from Fostoria Styling and Warren Veurink from Holland Auto Trim (upholsterer supreme) created this unique custom Mustang back in 1965 for Gerald Taggart based on a brandnew Mustang. Shown at the Cobo Hall, it caught the interest of Ford representatives and subsequently whisked from its appointed display position and made a part of Ford's impressive Custom Car Caravan display.
This was a completely roadable custom Mustang with rolled pans both front and rear. Both tail light assemblies, chromed lettering and horizontal strip sit in black landau material at the rear. Cibie high headlights with turn signal indicators built into their centers are amongst the front alterations.
No parking lamps were used. The side sculpturing line carries through to the front.