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As Ford's signature Mustang turns 50, the joys are timeless

Charlie McCormack of Ballston Spa with his 1970 Boss 302 Mustang.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Charlie McCormack of Ballston Spa with his 1970 Boss 302 Mustang.
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At 14, Charlie McCormack III is already looking at his father’s trio of Ford Mustang automobiles. But hands off those steering wheels — because Charlie McCormack Jr. plans to drive Henry Ford’s quick and nimble machines for another few decades. “When I was growing up, my older brother had, like, five of them,” said McCormack, 54, who lives in Ballston Lake. “I always liked them, and when I was in high school I bought my ...

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