1964 Ford Mustang Overview

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A Dream by RangerJ
 — I bought my 64 1/2 Mustang in 1968, when I was a high school senior, just before I graduated. I paid $1000 and bought it from the dealer who sold it originally to the only owner before me. I know it ... Read More
Drivin The Dream by Chris
 — This is the American classic that helped to define the muscle car era as we fondly remember it. Power, handling, and style are all off the charts for a 40 year old car. I haven't shaken a speeding t... Read More
Kewl by docb969
 — Needs a lot of TLC to bring her back to glory, but is doable. Floor pans are gone, a little cancer on the rear quarters, all the frames for the seats are there. Engine is a 262 in-line 6 single barrel... Read More

1964 Ford Mustang Overview

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1964 Ford Mustang

1964 was the first year of production for the legendary Ford Mustang muscle sports car. Production began in the second half of the year, after approximately 18 months of planning and design, a relatively short time for a new car project even today. The short time is largely attributed to the decision to use as many existing mechanical parts as possible. So the 1964 Mustang was a unique concept with no equivalent in the market, but based on many existing parts. As many of you may know, any Mustang made before September 1964 was considered a 1964 1/2 (like the famous 1963 prototype).

FACT: The first Mustang was a Ford Falcon stretched a couple of inches.

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rst429
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260 V8 Is Bored 0.40 Over?

I'm repainting the motor in my 641/2. just took the heads off, and found out the pistons, are stamped 0.40!!!!I just found out my 260 V8 is bored 0.40 over. What would be the cubic inch now? and i jus...

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thermoman45
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The Data Plate Build Date? / Plate Is Missing

How can I determine when the my unit was built The build serial number is 162100 . Would it be 64.5 or 65?

22 views with 1 answer (last answer about a month ago)
Christopher Metz
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How Many 1964 1/2 Mustangs Were Made?

I would like to know how many 1964 1/2 Mustangs were made and how many of them were convertibles.

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LarryM42
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I Have A 64.5 D Code 4-speed Convertible Vin 112830 Built 4-13-64.

I understand there is no way to find out how many 4sp D code conv 's may have been build befor show date. Right? It was originally a Silversmoke Gray (K) with black trim. Painted red by previous ow...

27 views with 1 answer (last answer 2 months ago)
rst429
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Rare 64 1/2

This is Bob Taylor. I just bought a 64 1/2 mustang with 57000 > miles on it, nice clean car. My son and I are going to restore this fall. > 260 , C4, Wimbledon white, blue interior. Most people say th...

177 views with 15 answers (last answer 2 months ago)