For your consideration, a 1964.5 Ford Mustang coupe, dressed in Sunlight Yellow (Code V), with a standard trim black vinyl interior. According to the data plate, it appears that this Mustang was produced on the 22nd in May, came out of the New York DSO, with a 3.00 non locking differential, a C4 automatic transmission, and was built out of the Dearborn, Michigan factory. It appears to be a relatively original car, with a few updates over the years such as Enkei wheels, reupholstered seats, an added cassette player, mud flaps, etc. The vehicle seems to have been repainted at some point, as well as some metal work in the trunk area. Gauges such as the fuel gauge, speedometer, and temp gauge are currently all operational. Items such as the generator, most of the interior, and overall engine bay, appear to be in great original shape. The 260 V8starts up, idles, and drives wonderfully. This is a great vehicle to purchase as a driver that can be upgraded or refreshed as slow or as fast the new owner desires.