No American performance cars are more famous than the Ford Mustang and the Chevrolet Corvette, and no rivalry has lasted longer. See how well you know your Ponies from your 'Vettes in this Mustang vs. Corvette quiz.
The 1962 Mustang concept car was almost nothing like the production model Mustang.
A redesign of the 1987 Mustang was planned to be a Mazda MX-6-based car, but that design instead became the Ford Probe.
"Corvette Summer" featured a 1973 Corvette with highly customized bodywork.
Only 300 Corvettes were made in 1953, all of them Polo White with red interior.
The Nationwide Mustang isn't based on a showroom Mustang -- it's a race car with a Mustang-shaped body.
Astronauts were loaned new Corvettes every year with an option to buy them at a discounted price.
Eleanor was a 1967 Mustang Shelby GT500.
Corvettes have competed successfully in the GTLM class of endurance racing since 1999.
The Mustang Boss 429 is one of the most sought-after muscle cars in the world.
Ford sold more than 160,000 of the redesigned fifth gen Mustang in its first year.
Sean Connery puts a Mustang Mach 1 on two wheels to get through a narrow alley.
The swooping lines of the 70s Corvette came from the Mako concept.
Only two Corvette ZL-1s were made in 1969, which drives car collectors wild.
The 2015 Corvette Z06 is the fastest production car ever made by General Motors.
A Mustang was a relatively inexpensive car in 1965.
The '67 Corvette is thoroughly destroyed by the experience.
The 1967 Mustang Shelby GT500 “Super Snake” Fastback was a promotional car, and the limited edition production run never happened, so it remains one-of-one.
Fawcett's character drove a '76 Mustang Cobra II.
The Corvette didn’t become the Corvette until further along in the design process.
The fiberglass body of a Corvette keeps it light but can be a challenge to do body work on if you're used to steel.
Force won his record-setting 14th championship in a Mustang.
In 1955, a Corvette could be purchased with a 265-cubic inch V8 engine for the first time.
A German manufacturer had already produced a truck called the Mustang, so the first German Mustangs were renamed T-5 by Ford.
Steve McQueen drove a 1968 Mustang GT390 Fastback in the legendary "Bullitt" chase.
Different models of Corvette have used other nautical names, so it seems to be a running theme.
Mustang pulled off the win in 1987.
Both the P-51 Mustang and the speedy horse breed are suitable inspirations for the Mustang.
The Corvette Stingray (Sting Ray, at first) was introduced in 1963.
David Carradine's monster car was built on a 1968 Corvette.
Lola is a '62 Corvette, although real '62 Corvettes can't fly.