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Background Information

Employment History

Principal Designer

Fisher-Price , Inc.


Chief Stylist

Mustang Monthly


Chief Designer

Ford Studio Inc


Web References(53 Total References)


HowStuffWorks "What are the benefits of crossover vehicle design?"

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Joe Oros: Chief Designer of the 1965 Ford Mustang
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Best Quotes and Comments from Ford Executives and Designers

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One day Joe Oros came walking down the hall with a sketch under his arm.
And when Joe showed us the sketch, it just clicked, and that was the car that became the Mustang. Joe Oros Chief Stylist for the Mustang I remember Joe Oros, director of the Ford studio, getting in heated arguments with the body and assembly people as to why he couldn't have his scoops. (Mustang Monthly interview, June 1983)


Galaxie Gazette Archives - July-August Volume 17 Issue 4 2000

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by Joe Oros


1966 Ford Mustang | MotoeXotica Classic Car Sales

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Joe Oros, Ford Mustang Project Design Chief, said it best about the Mustang; "I told the team that I wanted the car to appeal to women, but I wanted men to desire it, too.


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A child of Romanian parents, Joseph Oros grew up in Detroit in a poor family that had no car.
An artist and sculptor at heart, Oros was chief designer of the Ford team that styled the original Mustang and is credited with giving the Mustang its Italian styling.


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