This is an early Mustang, aka 1964 1/2. It's a fantastic example.
The colors and features make this a very desirable car. The power
steering, brakes and top make it a pleasure to use. Condition is
excellent. The original floors are bone dry. Body is clean and
straight, doors click shut. Beautiful paint, chrome, trim and new
windshield. A very rich upgrade is the new German cloth blue top.
The dual stripe red line tires and chrome GT wheels add some pop.
Interior is completely restored, I mean everything. The obvious
like upholstery, door panels and carpet are new, but the details
like the bezels, knobs, handles, steering wheel, console, sill
plates, armrests all sparkle. Motor compartment restored like
original. Some unique features an early Mustang has is a generator,
260 motor and this one still has its original hood with an edge
that mechanics claimed to hurt themselves on. The later cars had a
rolled edge. No question Mustangs are the most popular collector
car in the world. This one is unique and stands apart from most
others. New owner will be proud!
Chrome GT wheels
Dual stripe redlines
Mustang fans can customize, share and even wear their personalized ponies
The coachbuilt pony car celebrates both Mustang co-creator Lee Iacocca and the 45th anniversary of the brand
Movie ‘hero’ car will be joined for the first time by a complete lineup of Ford’s commemorative versions
Owned by one family since 1974, the famous ‘hero’ car has been added to National Historic Vehicle Register
This is the 20th vehicle in the 30-day Countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s 47th annual Scottsdale auction.
Fox-bodied Mustangs are attracting attention as future classics
Danish company transforms vintage car parts into watch components
Earlier this year, rumors of the car flared up when some sketches of a Bullitt version of the sixth-generation Mustang showed up in an official Ford video.
Not only is the Ford Mustang SVO an unusual performance model powered by a turbo-4, it’s been driven only 11,000 miles