In this episode, Ray celebrates the 50th birthday of the Ford Mustang through the lens of three distinct Mustang owners who hold a slice of the car's incredible history. In Chicago 1964, schoolteacher Gail Wise unknowingly purchased the first ever Mu... (more)stang to ever be sold to consumers. It was 3 days before it became available to the public and her husband reveals the incredible restoration that brought the earliest Mustang ever sold back to its 60's glory. (Ford Motor Company knows she has the car, has verified it was sold before it was legal to sell.) John Grafelman is a farmer in Illinois and life-long Ford lover. A few years ago he found an old car hidden in a barn - it took some time but he convinced his friend to sell it to him. After some detective work he discovers he purchased 1968 Ford Design Chief Larry Shinoda's personal car he tinkered with to invent the BOSS 302. Lastly, Ray travels to Dayton Ohio to interview Gale Holderman the Mustang stylist who won the company's contest to draw and design Mustang.