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.
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