I have a 19641/2 mustang. It needs work. How much should I sell it for?
This car ha not run in 31 years and has sat in the spot it is in now for that entire time. It would need to be completely renovated. Chrome has been taken off of it, the windows are broke and it has been exposed to the elements. It has the 289 V8 engine.
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Couple hundred bucks. You can buy repo parts for these cars now , so even the parts aren't worth that much.
maybe 500 bucks
how do you know it is a "641/2"? what is the vin #? that car looks to be about $1500 at the most.
KEEP IT. GET IT INTO A DRY, WARM GARAGE. AND RESTORE THE CAR. TAKE YOUR TIME, THIS WILL MAKE THE PERFECT LONG TERM HOBBY YOU NEED TO GET AWAY FROM YOUR OLD LADY FOR LONG BITS OF TIME WITHOUT HER GETTING MAD, WORRIED, OR SUSPICIOUS, HEY SHE KNOWS WHERE YOU ARE & WHAT YOU'RE DOING!!!
Considering in 1964 this car was almost $2,500 brand new and over the years they have been getting rarer and rarer every year and if you consider that in the price of great american car that i think i might pay $2000 or less considering how much body work i have to do, or somewhat fix the 289 cubic engine and the 4 speed to the ground
ill buy it for 250 dollars
whats the VIN? if you dont know where to look, open the hood, and it will be stamped on the driver side fender on the top?
I would keep the 64 and restore it. But if you sell it, make sure it is going to a good home for someone to restore. PLEASE DO NOT TAKE IT TO A JUNK OR SALVAGE YARD!!!!!! There are still a lot of great original parts on the car. I own a 64 myself, and I know they are rare to find.
....and yes there are plenty of places to find original and repo parts for not that much. 64/65s are basically the same except for some details and also are the cheapest year(s) of mustang to restore.
I'd let you give it to me ;-)
If its a rust free example-$1000-1500. If its rusty, $500. The engine is probably shot, ie: frozen solid and the chrome trim is usually the most expensive part of a resto.
This has been my dream car since I was 16.I would restore to a regional condition and treat her with kid gloves. but I would only be able to give $500.00.
From jmw22.I would like to know a few more details about this hopefully my dream car. so please please. reach me at.jean22wessels@yahoo. com.like I promise I would treat her with kid gloves. I HAVE WAITED 37 YEARS FOR THIS DREAM TO COME TRUE.
do you still have the car
LOOK I WOULD LIKE TO BUY THIS
my cell is 7068473197 this is my dream car even if it needs work
I have one that has descent body. windows are still in tact....302 engine 4barrel carb and headers, auto. Disc Brakes off of a 79 Granada.....prrr like a great kitten....I had lost it in a divorce....but somehow the Ex never took care of the sign pink slip....Just found it is still in my name......I may ask my atty if I can get it back....
Im sitting on 1500 bucks id buy it right now
http://www.hemmings.com/hmn/ stories/2005/02/01/ hmn_feature7.html
I've even heard them going for $100k they're rare to find and foreigners love them to collect.
my mom wants a 64 1/2mustang fastback but I dont have any money, this would be the perfect christmas present, her husband is a machanic so it wouldn't just set and rust or get worse. plz my mom would go head over heals for this car. but i'm only 12 but not all dreams come trueand this is only a want not a needyou can call my mom at 903 787 2477 thanks:)
I'm sorry to say but it is not a 64 1/2, it is just a simple 65. The 64 1/2 had a 260 V8 engine in them, while the 65's did have the 289 V8's in them. The 641/2 was the only Mustang to ever have the 260 V8.
Please please let me know where this car is located and how much u want for it. Your least price. Because it needs a total over haul and cost of alot of money. This is my greatest dream car. Jean53wessels@gmail.com.
In 641/2 these cars came with 221 hp 289 4v in the "D" code, and 271 hp 289 in the "K" code vin.
Geneo59 is right, F-260, D-289, K-289, The 260 and the inline 6 170 was droped for 65 AND awsed they didn't come out with a fastback until 65..Here's my sweet 64 1/2 260 with 285hp......hope this helps
Contact me willing to pay 1,500 I have been looking for this car for a year now this is my email email@example.com
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