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1964 Ford Mustang Coupe Coupe 1964 Coupe Used Automatic

1964 Ford Mustang Coupe for sale in United States

Condition: Used
Item location: United States
Make: Ford
Model: Mustang
Trim: Coupe
Doors: 2 Doors
Year: 1964
Mileage: 63969
VIN: 5F07F192761
Color: White
Engine size: 260 V8
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: White
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description for Ford Mustang 1964

If you think all the solid, clean Mustangs are gone, take another look at this lovely 1965 Mustang coupe. It's actually a very early production Mustang, commonly called a "1964½", which means that the V8 is an F-code 260 and the details are slightly different that its younger siblings. If you like Mustangs but want one that's a little out of the ordinary, this coupe definitely fits the bill. The paint isn't original, but it is nicely done and looks about like the first Mustang off the assembly line, which was wearing code M Wimbledon White just like this one. In addition, there are no signs of significant bodywork or repairs, which means is that someone really cared about this car and it was obviously never someone's daily driver. It's not perfect, but it has a suitably vintage look that seems to work rather well on the low-key pony car. In the same vein, the chrome and trim has been very well preserved and only replaced as necessary over the car's lifetime. Bumpers are superb, and the rocker panel trim is clean and undamaged. Appropriate Mustang badges and logos are still affixed to the body as original, and the iconic 3-element taillight lenses are still clear and bright. Inside you'll find an unusual code 46 white and black bucket seat interior, much of which is fairly fresh. The seats are in excellent condition, showing only light wear and age, and for white upholstery, it's in excellent shape. Carpets are quite nice and the headliner remains taut and stain-free. The contrast between the black carpet and dash pad with the rest of the white interior is actually quite attractive. The original AM radio is still in place and works, although the tuner is not tuning. Everything works, including all the gauges (which are really nice), making this a very friendly, easy-to-own Mustang. Even the trunk is properly finished with a plaid mat and a spare tire with matching cover. This particular Mustang is still powered by an F-code 260 cubic inch V8, with this one being a fresh rebuild from Jasper Engines. With a 2-barrel carburetor and an automatic transmission, this one wasn't built with the drag strip in mind, but it is satisfyingly torquey, with a great V8 burble from the dual exhaust system. The engine bay is full of early Mustang details, from the old-school generator making the electricity to the black paint on the engine itself. It's not over-detailed, but it's very clean and well-maintained and runs superbly. A C4 3-speed automatic feeds an 8-inch rear full of 3.00 gears and it's equipped with power steering so it's quite easy to handle. Floors are extremely clean, the torque boxes are in excellent shape, and there appears to be a new gas tank hanging out back. Tires are recent 185/70/14 whitewall around factory wheel covers. Regularly maintained and highly reliable, this is one of those hobby cars that you can just get in and drive whenever the mood strikes you. Not a show-winner, but exactly the kind of hobby car that gets people excited when they see it because everyone remembers when they had one just like it. This is a lot of Mustang fun for not a lot of money. Call today!

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