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3/18/2020 @ 4:46pm
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1964 1/2 Rangoon Red Ford Mustang

$ 26,995


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Concord, NC   28027 Model Year: 1964 1/2 Mileage: 8054
VIN: 5F07F122842 Engine Displacement:
Exterior Color: Red Transmission: 3 Speed Automatic
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When you love the original pony car, you really are on the lookout for a 1964.5 Ford Mustang. After all, this is the true beginning of a revolution. So to find one with a cool red-on-red look and a desirable 260 V8, this F-code early Mustang is a collector's treat, especially for the affordable price.

This one really checks all the right boxes. After all, a Mustang always looks great in red. Plus, the items like the bumpers and door handles were re-chromed to give you more of that all-American shine that this coupe embodies. So not only does owning one of the rare 1964.5 cars put you in an exclusive club, but also this example lets you do it with pride. Even the details are nice, like the crisp body lines, factory-style wheel covers, and subtle dual exhaust tips that hint at the V8 power within.

Inside the sea of red continues. The full red package really gives this car a nice attitude inside and out. Plus, it has all the right features you like, including the bucket seats up front, the grippy factory-style steering wheel, upgraded auxiliary gauges, and the desirable center console. This one is really meant for driving, and you even have the ease of a three-speed automatic transmission.

When you open the hood, your first impression really signals the nice investment someone made in the engine bay. This is exceptionally clean, it's well-detailed right down to the decals. And the belts and hoses look fresh. We especially love the bold blue valve covers and air topper. The reason for this kind of attention is because this is an F-code coupe, which means it came from the factory with a 260 cubic-inch V8. Once the 1964.5 production switched over to 1965, this option was gone. So it's a cool piece of history to have this still under the hood. The same goes for the generator. After all, it could easily be switched to an alternator, but it has been kept in this one all these years because Mustang people know to look for this special short-run component. The even the clean presentation in the undercarriage photos show more care and investment in this car. So this is the early Mustang that fires up nicely, idles smoothly, and feels good out on the road.

You're looking at an in-demand piece of automotive history that also happens to be a great all-around driving classic. So at a price like this, you know you need to hurry to grab this deal. Call now!


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