As of January 1, 2018 the location of your state inspection sticker will be moved to the lower left hand side of your windshield. Yes, it looks different, but it is correct going forward.
The Ford Mustang is an American icon - it’s been in production since 1964 and is the only “pony car” that has maintained uninterrupted production for so many years. Though the Mustang has undergone numerous changes over the last 5 decades, it has always stayed true to its original concept; a relatively small, reliable, inexpensive sports car for the masses. With such a track record, and a list of designs which (mostly) always maintained a successful reputation and high sales numbers, it’s easy to see why the Mustang is one of the most recognized and well-loved cars in history.
Who created the world’s first car is actually a matter of debate; since the invention of the engine, people had been installing them on horse carriages to make them self-propelled. Even when automobiles specifically designed for engines came around, they were hardly recognizable as a car by today’s standards. However, the first patented automobile, a vehicle specifically designed to be propelled by an engine, was built by Karl Benz and completed in 1885.