This is a 641/2 Mustang that has it's original hood grill surrounds
and original big horns. It started out life as a 6 cylinder with a
3 speed transmission. Now has a 289 V-8 engine and a 4 speed
transmission. It's updated to 5 lug wheels. Front disc brakes.
Originally blue paint and it is now white. The interior is correct
white with blue.� Has seat belts front and rear. Blue manual top
with blue boot. Top looks real good. Aftermarket AM/FM radio. It
has GT exhaust tips.� Andrew has had it up on the rack and he could
not find any rust. The left rear fender, just above and behind the
wheel, looks to have been hit. You cannot tell on the outside but
in the trunk you can see it. ( see photo) We changed the wheels to
style steel wheels with new white wall tires. Added front bumper
guards. It's all service and safety checked and it's ready to go.
This Mustang was built by Dan Wiebold Ford in Nampa Idaho for the
Mercy Medical hospital charity auction in Nampa Idaho about 8 years
ago. They did a great job making this one of the better Mustangs
you will find. Great driving car that will give you lots of fun
miles.� 1964 1/2 Ford Mustang Convertible � Cond. #2� � �
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