California Black Plate. Red Buckets. Original A/C Car. Excellent 6-Cyl Automatic
- Condition: Used
- Make: Ford
- Model: Mustang
- Type: Coupe
- Trim: (1964 1/2)
- Year: 1965
- Mileage: 104,789
- VIN: 5F07U119766
- Color: White
- Engine size: 6-Cylinder
- Number of cylinders: 6
- Transmission: Automatic
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Red
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1965 Ford Mustang (1964 1/2)
As to myself, I am a (68) year old kid that loves muscle cars. For my work, I am retired from managing a Correctional Facility here in Maine and had worked for the Maine Department of Corrections for (40) years. I am also a respected member of my community. I mention this only because of the value of this car and so that prospective buyers will have some idea as to who they are dealing with. Also, please check out my eBay feedback that is at 100% with (1,196) transactions. Many of my transactions have been muscle cars, which I have sold to individuals all over the country as well as Canada, England, France, Switzerland, Germany, Australia and the Netherlands. My reputation for honesty is well known amongst muscle car lovers.
Some Brief History on the 1964Â½ Ford Mustang.
On April 17,1964, theMustangwas introduced to the public at the World's Fair in New York. Before the day was over, Ford had secured 22,000 orders for the vehicle at dealerships across the country. As such, the1964 Mustangwas considered an instant hit with consumers. With a price tag of a mere $2,320.96, Mustang costs roughly half as much as a Chevrolet Corvette. Interior "Luxury options" include: full-length center seat console, air conditioner, convertible with power-operated top, vinyl tonneau cover and deluxe wheel covers. With its abundance of optional equipment, it is easy to imagine a Mustang for every type of personality.
Powertrain options begin with a 170-cubic inch diameter (cid), single-barrel carbureted inline-six, which is a carryover from the Falcon. The strongest pulling of the five available blocks is the 260 cid V8.
March 11, Henry Ford II's nephew parades a pre-production black Mustang to lunch in downtown Detroit. Newsweek picks up the "unauthorized" disclosure. This becomes one of several clever public relations schemes. Magazine ads appear, hinting at a first look at the groundbreaking Mustang: "The most exciting thing on TV tonight will be a commercial." During the 9 p.m. time slot, 29 million Americans watch the "unveiling."
Mustang preoccupies the public's attention at the World's Fair in Flushing Meadows. Later, the automotive press takes to the road in a Mustang tour from New York to Detroit. An eager press corps assembles on the Empire State building observation deck for a reveal of the Mustang. To manage the feat, a Mustang is disassembled, freighted up a service elevator, and reassembled.
May 31, Mustang is the official Pace Car of the 48th Annual Indianapolis 500. of the 36 Wimbledon White Mustang convertibles employed at the Brickyard, three K-code 271-horsepower 289 cid V8s are prepared for the parade lap.
A yellow convertible becomes the first Mustang to appear on the big screen in "Goldfinger." Bond gives chase in an Aston Martin DB-5.
- 170cid 1V 6-cyl 101 HP U Code
- 260cid 2V V8 164 HP F Code
- 289cid 4V V8 210 HP D Code
- Coupe, standard 92,705
- Convertible, standard 28,833
- -Total- 121,538
- Coupe, standard $2,320
- Convertible, standard $2,557
Now for your consideration is my real and beautiful 1964Â½ Mustang. This 6-cylinder automatic Mustang is simply in outstanding overall condition. The paint is very nice and the interior is excellent. The engine compartment is very clean along with the trunk. Looking at the undercarriage, you will see that it is very clean and rust free with good single exhaust. All gauges, lights and instruments are in good working order including the upgraded radio. (The original radio and speaker are in the trunk.) The Mustang starts, stops, shifts, runs and drives down the road excellent. Remember, this is a non-power assisted brake Mustang so even though the brakes are very good, you still have to put some effort into it when stopping. There are tons of early Mustangs out there but try to find another one like this and in this beautiful overall condition. If they are out there, I havenâ€™t seen many for sale.
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The 1964 Â½ Ford Mustang Comes With the Following:
Â· Original Body Panels;
Â· Original Block;
Â· Real 1964Â½ Mustang;
Â· Original A/C Mustang (In Trunk);
Â· Beautiful Paint;
Â· Excellent Interior;
Â· Rust Free Undercarriage;
Â· California Black Plates;
Â· Much more.
VIN Number: 5F07U119766
VIN Number Decode:
5 1965 (1964Â½)
F Dearborn, MI Assembly Plant
U 170ci 1bbl
119766 VIN Number
Door Data Plate Decode:
65A 2-Door Hardtop with Standard Bucket Seats
M Wimbledon White Exterior Paint
85 Red Interior with Red Trim
24D April 24, 1964 Build Date
71 Los Angeles DSO
5 3.50:1 Axle
6 C-4 Automatic Transmission
5 1965 Model Year (1964Â½ but Shows as 1965)
F Dearborn MI. Assembly Plant
07 2-Door Hardtop
U 170ci 1bbl
119766 VIN Number
Important Casting Numbers and Stampings:
E Ford Engineering Number
6015-A Ford Engineering Number
Exterior: The 1964Â½ Mustang is extremely nice. Just look at the photos and video. The paint is very good and the trim is excellent. The front and rear bumpers are in very good condition as well. The door handles and the side mirrors are also in very good condition. Marker lights, tail lights and bezels are all very good with no cracks or pitting. All glass is considered to be in very good condition with no cracks.
Interior: The interior is excellent. No issues with the seats, door panels, headliner or dash. The carpet is also good with rugs front and back as well as red Mustang floor mats. The center console looks great with no cracks or staining. Lower seat belts are present and in good condition. Door locks and windows are in good working order with good window whiskers and weather stripping. It should be noted that when the car was painted, the door jamb areas were not painted.
Engine: The original 6-cylinder engine block sits in the engine bay. There are no messy engine leaks or annoying exhaust puffing sounds within this Mustangâ€™s engine compartment and the overall look is clean and neat in appearance. The only issue I have is with the engine when idling. It seems to idle fine sometimes however somewhat high. Other times it idles somewhat rough. It always starts right up again. Once on the road, it runs and drives excellent.
1964 Â½ Mustang Confirmation Photos:
Trunk: The trunk is in very good condition with no rust noted. There is a spare and the jack assembly is present. There are trunk mats and a spare cover as well.
Undercarriage: The undercarriage is very nice showing no signs of rust or rot. Look at the extensive undercarriage photos which will display the undercarriage condition better than any description that I can conger up.
WINNING BIDDER DOES NOT HAVE THE OPTION TO LOOK THIS CAR OVER AFTER THE AUCTION CLOSES TO DETERMINE WHETHER OR NOT THEY WANT TO BUY. INSPECTIONS "MUST" BE DONE PRIOR TO THE CLOSE OF THE AUCTION WITH NO EXCEPTIONS.
Terms of Sale:
This car is sold â€œas-is/where isâ€ with absolutely no warranty or guarantee expressed or implied. The information I have given is what I believe to be true, but since I havenâ€™t owned this particular vehicle since it was new, I do not guarantee any of the information to be 100% accurate. Everyone has different opinions of things, especially automobiles. One manâ€™s junk is another manâ€™s treasure. My description is done in as accurate a manner as possible in my opinion. If there is any particular area of this vehicle that is of concern to you, it is understood that you have satisfied yourself enough to make the purchase.
A $500 non-refundable deposit is required at the close of the auction via PayPal. (If you do not have PayPal let me know through eBay ASAP.) The remainder of selling price is due within (5) business days of the auction end. All funds must be in the form of a cashierâ€™s check, certified bank check, cash or wire transfer. If there is no confirmation, the seller has the right to offer the vehicle to other bidders. The buyer is responsible for all transport costs. This auction and your bid/participation in this auction are binding contracts and will be dutifully, lawfully enforced.
FYI: I do not have a Maine title for this 1964Â½ Ford Mustang as Maine does not issue titles for vehicles that are more than (15) years old. I have sold cars all over the country as well as Canada, England, Switzerland, Germany and Australia and have never had a problem. The car will come with a Bill-of-Sale, the Maine Registration signed over to the new owner and a copy of the Maine law regarding titles which is on a form issued by the Maine Motor Vehicle Department
THANKS FOR READING THIS AD. GOOD LUCK AND HAPPY BIDDING.