If you are a Mustang Collector here is the car for you. This 1964 1/2 Mustang is as near all original as you can get. The car was built in Dearborn, MI. Two door hardtop with the 260 CID V8 engine. The 260 was put in the Mustang the first year only. The transmission is a 3 speed manual. The interior is in excellent condition with no cracks in the seats or dash pad. It has Serial No. 179565, which is low considering one million units were sold in the first 18 months on the market. The Mustang was first introduced April 17, 1964 at the New York Worlds Fair, and has been in production ever since. New cost of the 1964 1/2 was approximately $2,320. Come by and see this little jewel.
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