In 1964, Ford would release a car that would define an entire segment, and become a cult American classic. The Mustang galloped into the hearts of the American public, creating the pony car segment with it that saw the Chevrolet Camaro and Pontiac Firebird created as a result. That makes this 1964 Ford Mustang 289ci Coupe extremely valuable, as it’s from the very first model year of production. What’s more, the current seller reports that the 29,840 miles on the odometer is reportedly original mileage, making it all the more treasured. Mustangs may be a dime a dozen across various generations, conditions, and specifications, but don’t miss out on this rare pony.
Gale Helderman’s iconic design would set a template that the current sixth-generation pays homage to. This 1964 Ford Mustang 289ci Coupe is of the two-door hardtop body style, whilst the fastback is the most popular one, along with the convertible. This reportedly all-original car has been repainted in its original white shade, with black striping and chrome that’s said to be in good shape for the age. The iconic Mustang wheel caps adorn the wheels for that added touch of authenticity. Climb aboard and you are welcomed by a red cabin that can seat four occupants, including the driver, on two front bucket seats and one rear bench seat with lap belts. All gauges and interior chromework look in great nick for the age, as does the red-and-chrome steering wheel with Mustang logo on the center cap. The seller reports that the car appears to be prepped for factory air conditioning but was never installed by the dealer. The stereo system has seen an upgrade in the shape of a JVC head unit with CD player as well as AM/FM radio, but the original AM radio is included with the sale. Pop the trunk and you’ll find the spare wheel there.
This 1964 Ford Mustang 289ci Coupe packs a 289ci (4.7L) V8 under the hood, as the name suggests. Equipped with a 4-barrel carburetor which the seller has replaced (the original is included in the sale), the power and torque outputs should be around 210hp and 300lb-ft, sent to the rear wheels via a smooth-shifting 3-speed automatic transmission. Braking is via drum brakes on all wheels.
1964 Model Year Ford Mustang 289ci Coupe Current owner reports the car is all original and has been repainted 289ci V8 engine Automatic transmission White Exterior Red Interior Seller reports the car seems to be prepped/equipped for Factory A/C but was never installed by the dealer Front Bucket Seats Drum brakes Original AM radio included in sale Aftermarket AM/FM radio installed Seller replaced the carburetor, Original carb included in sale Spare tire in trunk Odometer reads 29,840 miles - current owner was told that is original mileage Black striping Chrome is reported to be in good shape
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