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
This is the 17th in a 30-day countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s annual Las Vegas collector car auction
The Pick of the Day is a low-mileage fastback equipped with its original 428cid Cobra Jet V8
The Pick of the Day is a rare and scantly remembered performance pony car
Watching a long-promised moment happen is pretty awesome
Semi-autonomous Ford classic struggled to stay on the pavement
In the end, it was a dead heat between two Detroit giants
With a high-tech load of electronic adjustments for nearly every performance aspect, the V8-powered coupe answers the call
The Steve McQueen-driven movie car is headed across the pond
The Pick of the Day is one of the most interesting pony cars of that era, packing a strong turbo four and performance suspension