Gateway Classic Cars Milwaukee is excited to present this 1964 1/2
Ford Mustang convertible. The Mustang has been a phenomenon since
its introduction in 1964. Considered Fords longest running
production car as the nameplate is still used today. With over one
million units sold in the first two years the Mustang is truly an
American success story. Leading competitors were quick to get into
the pony car craze including the Chevrolet Camaro, Pontiac Firebird
and AMC Javelin. The earliest Mustangs are denoted as 1964 1/2
models by enthusiasts but were given 1965 vehicle identification
tags. This Ford Mustang convertible is painted in bright red with a
matching red vinyl bucket seat interior. A white convertible top,
brilliant chrome bumpers and wire wheel covers add to the car's
sporty good looks. This U code model has a 170 cubic inch straight
six under the hood attached to a three-speed manual transmission.
Comfort features include a manual convertible top, sport steering
wheel, seatbelts and an AM radio. Lee Iacocca probably never
envisioned that the Ford Mustang would become one of the most
iconic vehicles ever produced in the history of the automobile.
Just think, this 1964 1/2 Ford Mustang convertible was one of the
first models built in a legacy of Mustangs that are still being
manufactured almost six decades later.
1964 Ford Mustang
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