That’s the answer I had in mind.
Well, West Germany back then.
I was going to post but wanted to check it first.
Didn’t get around to it.
Good answer though because there were a lot of US servicemen stationed there.
The same reason there was high demand for the car in that country at the time, the T5.
Press release 26 April 1965 / Ford Amsterdam is going to assembly Mustangs for the European market. Henry Ford II has announced that Ford will start with the sale of the Mustang outside the United States. In September 1965 the “NV Nederlandsche Ford Automobiel Fabriek” in Amsterdam is going to...
And looks, for what I was reading, that they were also assembled sometime in the 60’s around Venezuela and Perú...
I knew about Netherlands because I read it somewhere, but the other ones are new to me