Always a cool character, Bill Clinton (1993-2001) owned a 1967 Mustang Convertible – ice blue with a white interior (a coupe is pictured here) – as a collector’s car when he was Governor of Arkansas. It was said to have been the hardest thing to leave behind when Clinton moved into the White House. The ‘67 vintage was the first model year for the Mustang’s second generation; Lee Iacocca, who would later run Chrysler Corp. pioneered the original “pony car” into production in 1964.
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