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Generations of Ford Mustang Reference - Article/Document
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History of Science and Technology NEEDS
About.com's website on the history and generations of the Ford Mustang. The site has material on history, conceptual design, generations, photo gallery, and related articles. "With more than four decades of collective pavement  ... more
Ford's Mustang Turns 40 Teaching - Lecture/Presentation
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Engineering Management NEEDS
NPR audio of "All Things Considered", April 8, 2004. "The Ford Mustang is 40 this month. NPR's Michele Norris talks with Mustang enthusiast Lark Bragg about the introduction of the car in April of 1964. Ford sold 22,000 of the sp  ... more
Jack Telnack: Chief Designer of the 1979 Ford Mustang Reference - Article/Document
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Article by the Auto Editors of Consumer Guide. Excerpt: "Designer John J. "Jack" Telnack was born to be a Ford man. Not only did he enter the world at Dearborn's Henry Ford Hospital, his father was a power-plant worker at Fo  ... more
The Relationship of Computer Self-Efficacy Expectations to Computer Interest and Course Enrollment in College Reference - Article/Document
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Computer Engineering ACM Women in Computing
Gender differences in perceived self-efficacy for computer use may help account for differential computer interest and course enrollment at the college level. Three hundred sixty-eight students completed a two-page questionnaire a  ... more
How the Ford Mustang Works Reference - Article/Document
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Thrilling story of America's best-loved sporty car, the Ford Mustang in How Stuff Works. Excerpt: "Go inside Ford's secret styling studios to glimpse designs for Mustangs that became realities and ones that died on the drawing bo  ... more
Reminiscences of L. David Ash - Automotive Design Oral History Project Teaching - Case Study
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Reminiscence from the 1985 Interview with L. David Ash. Automotive Design Oral History, Accession 1673. Benson Ford Research Center. The Henry Ford.  ... more
Mustang Through the Years - Photo Gallery Reference - Visuals
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Photos of the Mustang from 1964 to present. "The Ford Mustang has stood the test of time. With its introduction in 1964, enthusiasts around the world have come to identify the Mustang as a power-performance machine. Take a photogr  ... more
Ford Mustang Designer Revives an American Classic Teaching - Lecture/Presentation
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NPR radio broadcast from June 2, 2005 "All Things Considered". Excerpt: " As U.S. automakers struggle to maintain market share against foreign competitors, Ford is hoping a new design for one of its classic cars will help turn  ... more
Dr. Clayton Bates Jr., Engineer and Physicist Reference - General
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Dr. Clayton Wilson Bates, Jr., was born on September 5, 1932 in New York City. Bates attended elementary school at New York Public School 119 and middle school at New York Junior High School 43. He earned his high school diploma f  ... more
03-09-1964 First Ford Mustang Community - Blog
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General Engineering, Engineering Science NEEDS
Today in History - March 9, 1964 - First Ford Mustang rolls off assembly line. Ford sold 22,000 of the sporty car on the first day of sales in April 1965. The Mustang was one of the most successful product launches in automotive h  ... more
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