Original family owner. My father purchased the car in April 1964 and it was delivered July 4, 1964. It has been garaged in California all 54 years. Extensively restored (over $50,000) by Affordable Classics in Torrance, Ca. and converted to a Pony GT. Not perfect but still looks great and runs great. Has original A/C (needs Freon?), power front discs, 4 BBL carb, 225 HP, repainted original Skylight blue, AT, mag wheels, Cobra engine covers. Mileage is closer to 120,000. Never in accident.
A turbocharged inline-4 that makes 200 horsepower, plus sporty SVO tweaks, make the Pick of the Day an interesting prospect
New version features 6-speed manual, 1,000-watt audio and new vintage-inspired colors
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