Way before he was fired by Henry Ford II (in 1978 for insubordination), Lee Iacocca championed development of a new genre of automobiles that came to be known as “pony cars,” because he named the first one “Mustang.” So successful was he with his idea of putting a sexy long hood/short deck body on an economy car chassis with a variety of 6 and 8 cylinder engines, that GM copied it with the Camaro/Firebird, Chrysler with the Barracuda/Challenger, AMC with the Javelin/AMX. Our image of an early Mustang is rendered on gallery-wrapped canvas. Ready to hang. Signed and numbered Certificate of Authenticity included. One of no more than 64½ … nah, 65 . . . ever to be offered.