1964 1/2 Mustang Convertible DGC1502 VIN 5R08D101502 289 V-8
Automatic Transmission, Power Steering, Brand new white power top
and boot. The car was restored before Bob bought it in1993. It was
restored in California and I was told the previous owner worked at
Shelby America. He rebuilt the engine while working at Shelby and
you can tell he put some horse power in it. It runs really well. It
sat for about 13 years before we bought it.. When we bought the car
we took it directly to Old School Garage so Joe could freshen up
the car and make it road worthy again. Joe replaced all of the
wheel cylinders, so there would be no issues with the brakes. Joe
also replaced the gas tank and cleaned the carburetor. The car runs
very strong and it looks as good as it runs. Bob had this Mustang
repainted a different shade of red for some reason. He spent
$18,000 in 2006 doing a lot of work making it beautiful. You look
down the sides and they are perfect. He bought it for his wife and
maybe that is the reason for the new paint. Seat belts front and
rear. After market AM/FM radio. Style steel wheels. Still has the
generator and the correct horns for 19641/2 Mustang. Cobra valve
covers and air cleaner. Engine compartment is detailed and it looks
show, just like the rest of the Mustang. The red and white seats
with the white door panels really set the interior off. This is one
of the nicest Mustangs we've had in recent memory, maybe ever. They
don't come around this nice very often. 2+.
1964 Ford Mustang
Interior Color:Red & White
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