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mustang

American for feral horse, also charitably described as a scrub-type of light horse varying a good deal in conformation. Any color, 14 to 15 hands high. Descended from the horses brought into Central America by Spanish conquistadores.
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Mustang distributes the entire range of these products throughout North and South America and exports skid-steer loaders to 30 countries worldwide.
Power output is 300 hp @ 6,000 rpm, and 315 lb-ft @ 4,500--the first time a mainstream Mustang GT has offered this much power.
The 2005 Mustang is joined by former Brooklyn resident Hau Thai-Tang, chief engineer for the 2005 Mustang.
1) To control mustang population, helicopters swoop down and thunder behind bands of fleeing mustangs, herding them into temporary corrals.
We are very proud to be the owners of the first Mustang because we know the Mustang is an iteration of the most successful line of business jets in the world, with the sales and support network to stand behind it," said Kent Scott, president of MMG, Scott Aircraft, and Scott Aviation.
With TC, the Citation Mustang is cleared for single-pilot operation, day/night operations, visual and instrument flight rules (VFR/IFR), and operations in reduced vertical separation minimum (RVSM) airspace.
Thai-Tang says that they started thinking about the new Mustang in 1999.
With a Mustang Cobra convertible scheduled to pace the Indy 500 on May 29, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway is the appropriate backdrop for another Mustang party.
The Citation Mustang was successfully tested to five airframe lifetimes, well past the required two lifetimes of testing, and was designed for an unlimited airframe lifetime.
Mustang will join a growing lineup of Ford products being exported from the U.