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We invite you to visit see over 100 Mustangs under one roof with almost every year and generation of the Mustang produced on display along with a display of Mustang memorabilia relevant to its history. Many special models are also on display with the largest collection of Highway Patrol Mustangs and other rare SSP (Special Service Package) Mustangs in the United States. The Mustang Museum of America is definitely a sought after venue for Mustang and car enthusiasts.
The Mustang Museum of America has Mustangs on display from its introduction on April 17, 1964 to its 50th Anniversary in 2015 representing every generation of Mustang produced. Mustang coupes, convertibles, fastbacks and hatchbacks are on display including many in rare colors.
Ford built many special model Mustangs from the 1964-1/2 Mustang Indianapolis Pace Car Replica to the 2015 50th Anniversary Edition. The Mustang Museum of America has over 35 special models on display, some of which are believed to be the only survivor of that special model.
Special Service Package (“SSP”) Mustangs are the special factory-built Mustangs designed specifically for police use with most used by various states by the Highway Patrol. 1982 to 1993 SSP Fox-Body Mustangs were used by 32 states and other government agencies including the FBI...
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Our Mission Statement
The Mustang Museum of America is dedicated to the celebration, preservation, education and display of the Ford Mustang and will provide value to visitors from the general public, members of the Museum and other automobile hobbyists.
The goal of the Mustang Museum is to provide a memorable visit through the life of the iconic Mustang with a display of Mustang vehicles of nearly every year and generation produced, many special models and also display Mustang memorabilia relevant to its history.
Hopefully, the museum tour will bring back fond memories of Mustangs once owned by museum visitors, wish they had owned or “let get away”. The Mustang Museum of America is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, governed by a Board of Directors.
Robert E. (Bob) Powell
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Mustang Museum of America
49 Forman Farm Road
P. O. Box 294
Odenville, Alabama 35120
Friday through Sunday
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
& Available by
From I-59, Exit 165, 9.1 miles | From I-20, Exit 144, 9.8 miles | From I-20, Exit 158, 10.2 miles
Minutes from Barber Motorsports Park and Talladega Speedway