1964 Ford Mustang Convertible For Sale - Rare Early "K" Code HiPo
289/271hp Car Ford's most iconic car from the post-war period was
undoubtedly the Mustang, and it was nothing short of a sensation
when it was introduced. Thanks to its good looks, high level of
comfort and performance, even in standard trim, and overall
affordability, almost everyone in America wanted to have a Mustang
parked in their driveway. To many, the most desirable Mustang
available in 1965 was the Fastback Coupe, as it was equipped with
the 289-cubic inch V-8, nicknamed the "K-Code" due to the letter K
in the fifth position on the car's chassis number, which denoted
the 289 Hi-Po's presence. This HiPo convertible was built in the
San Jose, CA assembly plant on July 27th, 1964. An extremely rare
early example that is powered by a matching numbers "K" code
289ci/271hp engine backed by 4-speed top loader transmission and 9"
rear end. Finished in the attractive Vintage Burgundy complemented
by a stunning white interior makes this Mustang really pop. Under
previous ownership, this example was treated to a complete
rotisserie restoration and has seen only a few miles since. The
undercarriage has been well detailed to the same quality as the
top. A 1964 � Mustang Convertible will never go out of style, and
with less than one percent of 1965 Mustangs equipped with the
K-code option, this will surely be a desirable and popular
automobile for years to come. Additional Details: -
1964 Ford Mustang
Location:Halton Hills, Ontario
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