1964 Ford Mustang Convertible

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1964 Ford Mustang Convertible 113,008 Miles PRICE LOWERED !!!

As a trained and knowledgeable eye looks around the car you’ll notice stampings, codings and many original features attesting to its babied well cared for life.

The car underwent a recent Restoration to the highest standard with some upgrades added to improve its drive, style and usability. In an exhausting effort to not take away from its Highly Collectible and Value and Original Condition the car was given a face lift.

Most importantly is the designation of a D Code in the Vin for its V8 289, other tell tell signs are Generator equipped vs Alternator some other small features under the Hood and Styling ques… After six weeks on the market, the Ford Mustang was the best-selling compact car in America. By April 17, 1965, Ford had sold just shy of 419,000 Mustangs.

This Particular vehicle was previously owned by the Spalding Sporting Good Company Family as stated by its current owner.

Seller assumes no responsibility for any repairs regardless of any oral statements about the vehicle.

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June 12, 2021 5:19 pm