Amazing Mini Movie: Ford Mustang Owners Gather in Poland [Video]

A group of Ford Mustang car lovers recently gathered together in Poland for a little meet up and happened to create one of the best fan videos we’ve ever seen.

“It’s easy to dismiss the muscle-car phenomenon as a fluke of American excess,” writes AutoBlog’s Zach Bowman. “With our miles of open freeway and sinfully cheap gasoline, the inexpensive, high-horsepower V8 machine was a creation that could have only come from our neck of the woods. But that doesn’t meant the rest of the world doesn’t appreciate of our contribution to automotive history. ”

So, a group of Ford Mustang car lovers (Polish Mustang Club) recently gathered together for a little meet up and happened to create one of the best fan videos we’ve ever seen here at There are plenty of special-edition Mustangs in this amazing mini movie, including at least 2008 Mustang Bullitt, a Shelby GT500Dark Highland Green ’67 GT Fastback and even a P-51 Edition.

However, all these horses aren’t standing around in a parking lot somewhere. Instead, the owners set to sending their rear tires spinning in the best way possible, and there’s plenty of high-definition tire smoke to go around. So check out the video above and leave your mark in the comments section below.

“It’s a Mustang orgy. It’s like Adam West dropping the ‘66 Batmobile off at your house,” writes CarScoop’s Tristan Hankins. “It’s like Hollywood making a movie adaptation of an old TV show that doesn’t suck. It’s like Justin Bieber and George Lucas retiring on the same day, promising to not record any more songs or make any more Star Wars spin-offs.” [MotoFilm via Autoblog and Car Scoop]

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