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Song Parodies -> "Ford's Little Pony"

Original Song Title:

"My Little Pony TV Theme Song"

Original Performer:

6 Ponies

Parody Song Title:

"Ford's Little Pony"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

My dedication to the 1964 1/2 Ford Mustang- the first pony car which featured two V8 engines (260 or 289), weighed just 3000 lbs, had a 3 or 4 speed transmission with automatic option, long-hood short-end combo with body sculpting, forward-leaning grille, elegant blade bumpers, fully exposed wheel openings, and available in 13 exterior colors with 10 interior colors! Its base mechanics came from the Falcon and it was available as a coupe or a convertible with a cost of between $2400-2750! 120,000 were bought in the first year. The Mustang was a radical departure from the ever-elongating American cars of the day. Today, a 1964 1/2 Mustang in mint condition can fetch between $40,000 to $60,000 depending on type!
Ford’s Little Pony, Ford’s Little Pony
Rmm, rmm, rmm, rmmm…

(Ford’s Little Pony)
‘64 (and a) ½ was hard to beat
(Ford’s Little Pony)
Cool looking car with a V8

Body sculpture

Hood was long

It shared Falcon parts

Motor was strong

13 colors

Pony car was neat
2,400 bucks complete

They loved Ford’s little ponies
With the Mustang, Ford had set a trend!

[Battling Chevy Camaro never ends!]

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AFW - August 24, 2012 - Report this comment
Never owned a Mustang..but have had some Fords, over the years...interesting and nostalgic parody
Rob Arndt - August 24, 2012 - Report this comment
I helped restore my friend's '64 1/2 from the ground up, scavenging for parts from Mustang specialists and junkyards as well. The 260 "peanut" motor was so small that three guys could lift it easily and changing the oil filter was a breeze as you just reached in and changed it. I worked on the engine, headliner, seat, and gooseneck installations plus mounted the wheels and cosmetic attachments. My friend was the master mechanic/restorer/rebuilder. When we took it out for that first drive I was amazed that the manual steering made it almost impossible to make a tight U-turn and at a mere 75mph on the freeway there was massive vibration and noise inside. No air conditioner either. Funny how power steering and brakes plus air conditioning were options back then! But my friend also helped me restore my '77 Camaro (always jealous of my small block 350 and my Hurst in your lap shifter). I used to love to make her purr at around 2000-2200 rpm in 4th gear...
Meriadoc - August 24, 2012 - Report this comment
My first car was a '70 Mustang. I always like the 69-70 years the best; early ones to me seemed too boxy and later ones too slinky. I bought mine for $75. and sold it for $125! I hope it is still out there somewhere - the kid I sold it to was going to restore it. Later had a '74 Charger and a '66 Charger. Now I am driving a d*mn toaster on wheels - sigh.
Brock O'Brahma - August 25, 2012 - Report this comment
As a young pup of 12 when I saw my first Bond film in a theatre, "Diamonds Are Forever", I vowed two things: my first car would be a '71 Mustang Mach 1. The girlfriend in the passenger seat would stongly resemble Jill St. John. My first car was a '78 Ford Fairmont, the girl...more like Jill St. Bernard. :(
Random Walker - August 25, 2012 - Report this comment
LOL. The "Jill St. Bernard" punchline made my day. Coulda been worse tho', coulda been "Jill St. Outhouse"

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