ford

Asked by Dec 07, 2008 at 08:06 PM about the 1964 Ford Mustang Standard Coupe

Question type: General

what different engines were avalible for a 1964 ford mustang?

5 Answers

175

In `64, there was an inline 6cyl, I think it was 170ci or 200ci and there was the 260ci v8. If the car was built later in `64 it might have gotten the 289ci v8 (I don`t remember when they started with the 289, 64 or 65)

one more question for yah....in 64 was the mustang a sports car are muscle car?

65

i think it was more of a sports car in the real early years, at least in my opinion. with the biggest engine only being the 289, it was more for a sunday drive than the strip.

75

the most common engine for the 1964 mustang until the 1966 was the 289ci motor anything bigger woulnt fit between the shock towers and 1967 and up had different engine options but im not sure what they were.

175

The 67 started out with the 6cyl, the 289 which was later bored out to 302 and the 390. I think the 351 was available in 67 and 68 but I'm not sure. In 69 , Ford started with the really big engines, the 427 (very rare in a Mustang) 428 and the 429.

Your Answer

Mustang

Looking for a Used Mustang in your area?

CarGurus has 39,958 nationwide Mustang listings starting at $1,895.

ZIP:

Ford Mustang Experts

  • #1
    Tom Demyan
    Reputation
    4,710
  • #2
    Bob Beaman
    Reputation
    1,340
  • #3
    F_O_R
    Reputation
    1,190
View All

Related Models For Sale

Used Chevrolet Corvette
170 Great Deals out of 17,441 listings starting at $3,000

Used Cars For Sale

2018 Ford Mustang For Sale
10,181 listings starting at $21,799
2017 Ford Mustang For Sale
88 Great Deals out of 10,338 listings starting at $13,579
2016 Ford Mustang For Sale
96 Great Deals out of 2,887 listings starting at $11,991
2015 Ford Mustang For Sale
54 Great Deals out of 2,758 listings starting at $12,997
2014 Ford Mustang For Sale
100 Great Deals out of 2,669 listings starting at $9,500

Content submitted by Users is not endorsed by CarGurus, does not express the opinions of CarGurus, and should not be considered reviewed, screened, or approved by CarGurus. Please refer to CarGurus Terms of Use.