I have owned this beautiful 1964 ½ convertible manual four speed
289 four barrel V8 since 1986. I have kept the car in a garage,
maintained it regularly, and driven it without an accident. This is
a very rare combination of the best pony car convertible options in
1964, before Ford realized what they had created.
The color is the original lovely 1964 ½ only Cascade Green, which soaks up the moonlight beautifully.
The only non-original components are the Holley carburetor and Hurst shifter. I have the original Ford shifter.
Warranty Plate: Body 76A Color S Trim 46 Date 29F DSO 33 Tran 15
No trades please
Semi-autonomous Ford classic struggled to stay on the pavement
In the end, it was a dead heat between two Detroit giants
With a high-tech load of electronic adjustments for nearly every performance aspect, the V8-powered coupe answers the call
The Steve McQueen-driven movie car is headed across the pond
The Pick of the Day is one of the most interesting pony cars of that era, packing a strong turbo four and performance suspension
The Chevrolet COPO Camaro will have some new competition at the dragstrip this year
Pick of the Day is an electric-converted pony car done back in 1995