1964 Ford Mustang Overview


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1964 Ford Mustang Overview

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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    I Have A 1964 And A Half Mustang Convertible Vin Number Starting With A 5f ...

    Just wondering if someone could tell me the production time with this model with this VIN number

    12 views with 5 answers (last answer 3 weeks ago)

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    Stored for a yrs or so,not running,very solid car,no rust.289 auto, convertible. what is it worth

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    Christopher Metz

    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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    Carrie McDonald

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    I've just purchased a 64.5 F code in Australia and apparently when it was imported here in 2009 they took off the original plate and replaced it with one that only has the vin # 5F07F166021. How do...

    24 views with 8 answers (last answer 4 months ago)

    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...

    1,479 views with 33 answers (last answer 4 months ago)