LIKE King Kong before it, the new Ford Mustang Convertible had to be prized from the top of the Empire State Building. It didn't quite require a squadron of old Air Force biplanes, but bringing the car down to terra firma was no easy task. Show More Summary
If you put a car on the Observatory of the Empire State Building, people are going to come to see it. So it’s no surprise that when Ford finally unveiled its 2015 Mustang convertible 86 stories up, there were hundreds of people packed cheek-by-jowl around it. Show More Summary
On April 3, Republican Mike Morrell gave up his seat in the California State Assembly as he was sworn into the State Senate--he had recently won a special election in a Senate District in the Inland Empire. One of the first things that...Show More Summary
A 2015 Ford Mustang Convertible is now on display 305m (1000 feet) into the Manhattan sky, atop the 86th floor observation deck of New York’s Empire State Building. Celebrating 50 years since the iconic pony car first went on sale, the process of getting the new Ford Mustang onto the famous 443-metre-tall sky scraper’s open-air [...]
On Tuesday, the State of New York took a baby step—or maybe a giant leap!—toward making the United States of America something more closely resembling a modern democracy: Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a bill joining up the Empire State...Show More Summary
Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images A 2015 Ford Mustang sits atop the observation deck of New York’s Empire State Building Wednesday in celebration of the sports car’s 50th birthday. The automobile was brought up in separate parts and...Show More Summary
In a publicity stunt that rivals its original stunt from 50 years ago, Ford perched a shiny yellow Mustang on the observation deck of the Empire State Building. To celebrate 50 years of the iconic Mustang, Ford once again assembled the car atop the Empire State Building for revelers to gawk at while taking in the views of New York … [More]
To celebrate the Mustang's 50th anniversary, Ford recreates a challenging publicity stunt from 1965 by building a Mustang on the Empire State Building's observation deck.
With the 2015 Ford Mustang, the original pony car celebrates its 50th Anniversary. And in addition to putting one atop the Empire State Building, Ford has gone the obvious route and released this, the Ford Mustang 50 Year Limited Edition. AKA, the commemorative anniversary special. Read more...
Ford is marking the launch of the 2015 Mustang in the same way it did for the original 50 years ago -- by putting one at the top of the Empire State Building. The company has partnered with auto supplier DST to cut its latest sports car into pieces...
See how Ford's engineers managed to place a 2015 edition of the muscle car on the 86th floor observation deck of New York City's iconic skyscraper
Every month, the New York Fed conducts two surveys: the Empire State Manufacturing Survey and its services-sector counterpart, the Business Leaders Survey. And each April it asks respondents of both surveys questions related to the difficulty...Show More Summary
It's been 50 years since Ford built the world-renowned 1965 Mustang and placed it high above Manhattan on the 86th floor of the Empire State Building. Last night, Ford came back with a bigger, yellower, all around more complicated car...Show More Summary
Ford has done it again. Like in April of 1964, there is once again an all-new Mustang Convertible sitting on the observation deck of New York City's Empire State Building. This has been in the making for a little while, with the first...Show More Summary
Half a century ago, before the Internet and viral-video stunts, Ford took one of its brand new Mustang convertibles, cut it into three pieces, stuffed it into the Empire State Building's tiny elevator and sent it all the way up to the 86th floor. Show More Summary
Ford debuts the new Mustang Convertible in the same way it did 50 years ago.
A few weeks ago we reported that Ford was planning a daring reenactment of the 1964 Ford Mustang convertible launch atop the Empire State Building’s 86th floor observation deck. With only a few hours left before the big 50th anniversary celebration begins, Ford lets loose the details on how it’s pulling off the stunt. Show More Summary
We all know human beings are capable of some pretty amazing photobombs. Recent cases in point: Aaron Paul and Kellan Lutz at Coachella; Jimmy Fallon and Jonn Hamm on The Empire State Building for an amazing Tonight Show sketch. But what...Show More Summary
Engineers have already painstakingly 'chopped up' the yellow 2015 GT 5.0 convertible in preparation for its early Wednesday morning ascent. The six segments are each small enough to fit inside the iconic skyscraper's elevator, which will take them 1,224-feet up to the observation deck.