1964 1/2 Ford Mustang 289 V-8 AT. Convertible DGC1995 VIN.
5F08D191995 The first time I saw this Mustang I wanted to make sure
it had the correct 64 1/2 Hood, the big horns and that it still had
the generator and it does. I really like this 64 1/2 mustang it's a
great driving car it looks really good. The red paint is very nice
and of course now we just installed new 14? steel style wheels and
new tires it really looks great. I really like the fact that it has
the red interior. Power is provided by a 289 ci V8. The engine was
reportedly overhauled during previous ownership. Three-speed
automatic transmission. Equipment includes a power-operated white
convertible top, power steering, electronic ignition. In 2016 the
last owner did a complete repaint doing rust repairs, an exterior
repaint, and replacement of the convertible top, carburetor, fuel
tank, and battery. Installed power steering and replacement of the
wheel cylinders, brake drums, and master cylinder. This Mustang is
equipped with console, heater, lap belts, and a push-button AM
stereo. Three-spoke wood-rimmed steering wheel. New three-core
radiator has been installed. This is above average Mustang you need
to see. $52,500
The data plate decodes as follows:
Body 76A - Mustang convertible with standard bucket-seat
Color 3 - Poppy Red exterior finish
Trim 85 - Red vinyl interior
Date 03G- July 3, 1964 build date
DSO 36- Louisville, Kentucky sales district
Axle 1 - Conventional rear axle w/ 3.00:1 differential
Trans 6 - C4 Automatic Transmission
1964 Ford Mustang
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