The Mustang is considered by many to be the world's favorite muscle car. Its creation was so significant that it spawned an all-new class of automobiles called Pony cars. The first-gen Mustang was a true game-changer as Ford's chief engineer, Donald N. Frey, along with the rest of the design team, produced a car with power as well as its very own personality. The 1964 Ford Mustang Indy Pace Car featured today is an example of Ford's greatest testament to automotive innovation, one that made them world-famous.
This "Pace Car White" Mustang is significant, being number 189 of 190 coupes ever made. The car has its classic blue racing stripe running the course of the body and Indy 500 stickers on the doors. The exterior chrome components, from the bumpers to the accents on the front grille, look to be in good condition as it is reported that it was stored in a climate-controlled garage. The car's tires and brakes are said to be in great shape, and electrical components are fully functioning. This Stang comes with photos of its restoration along with original documentation, original keys as well as an original owner's manual. The interior comes in white as well, giving the cabin a bright, sporty look. The climate-controlled garage seems to have played a positive role here, as all interior components such as the leather seats and door panels look as good as new.
The engine is a 260cid 4.3L 2-barrel Windsor V8 capable of producing 160bhp at 4000rpm to the rear wheels via a 3-speed automatic transmission.