car 1967

It’s just a car, Sam.

Yes, the car where you carved your initials in when you were kids. The car you rebuilt from basically the ground up after nearly dying. The car you drive across the country in. The car you call ‘baby’. The car your brother spent months driving around after thinking you died. The car you grew up in.

So say it again… It’s just a car. But it’s so much more to you, Dean Winchester.


Wimbledon White 1967 Ford Mustang GT-A fastback - that’s the colour of carefree living. The first colour television broadcast in the UK, as well as in Europe, took place on 1 July 1967, the first Saturday of the 81st staging of the Wimbledon Championships on BBC2 (Wikipedia).


What a difference 38 years make (visions of 2068 special) Alternating views of SPV (Spectrum Pursuit Vehicle), 1967 and Rhino TRU (Tactical Response Unit), 2005. Both Captain Scarlet iterations featured heavy-duty attack vehicles which featured five pairs of wheels and were capable of high speed with the help of twin ram air booster jets