TOLEDO, Ohio, Dec. 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — During its first 49 years of production, the Ford Mustang has come to evoke a variety of emotions in its customers â€“ freedom, optimism and being true to one self. To commemorate becoming the newest member of an exclusive club â€“ 50 years of continuous production in 2014 â€“ Mark Feldstein & Associates, inc. (MFA) is introducing a limited edition 50 Years of Mustang Desktop Sound Clock Thermometer. (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20131202/CL24914 ) MFA, a Product Development Company and Importer of innovative Housewares and Gifts, is one of only 50 companies Ford has chosen to sell a variety of licensed products that will carry a distinctive Mustang 50 Years logo. The logo, crafted by Ford designer, Michael Thompson, features the Mustang’s trademark galloping pony in silhouette over the character “50 YEARS.” The one-of-a-kind desktop clock thermometer features a replica of the 1965 Mustang instrument panel, conveying an attitude of strength, passion, and quality. To demonstrate the power of the Mustang, an authentic engine sound from the 1965 model roars at the top of each hour. “The Ford Mustang has played a major role in the automotive industry for the past half century,” said Mark Feldstein, President, Mark Feldstein & Associates. “The 50 Years of Mustang Desktop Sound Clock Thermometer uniquely reflects Mustang’s rich history and will be an ideal collector’s item for auto enthusiasts.” Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price for the 50 Years of Mustang Desktop Sound Clock Thermometer is $49.95, and will be available in early 2014. Watch your retailers or keep tabs on the website.
Commemorative 50th Anniversary Mustang Clock Due in 2014
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