You usually want a 1964 1/2 Ford Mustang convertible for its rarity... but this one is much more. The updated V8 power now features fuel injection for a more awesome cruiser. And the added updates inside and out make for a fun and detailed classic.
Everyone is on the lookout for a 1964 1/2 convertible. There were no fastbacks in this early production run, and about three times more coupes were built than convertibles. So this has true rarity and distinction just in its pedigree. What makes this one extra special is that it was built with driving in mind so that you can quickly go out and enjoy this rare pony car to the fullest. The paint resembles a mix of 1964\'s Guardsman Blue and Tropical Turquoise. The result is a unique color without straying too far from the herd. We also like how it looks like ocean water in the sunshine, and the white convertible top looks like a cresting wave. The chrome bumpers and trim look bright, and the upgraded polished 15-inch American Racing Torq Thrust wheels fit in with classic and radiant styles.
As much as we like the look of this one with the top up, a convertible is always best with the roof down. And this factory-correct blue interior has a nice look against the blue exterior. There are desirable details, like the power convertible top, a color-matched boot, and even the AM radio is there for a display. But what you\'ll like best is the well-done driver\'s feeling. You have a center console in-between the bucket seats. This has the rarely-seen Rally Pac added with a working tach. And the Sniper EFI touchscreen is a friendly reminder that this classic is a bit more modern under the hood.
The VIN tells us this was originally a V8 car, but the engine bay is now fully upgraded. The 289 cubic-inch V8 is larger than stock, and it now has a Holley Sniper electronic fuel injection system for better power and consistency. And because this was built to be a cruiser, you have nice supporting components like an HEI distributor, an aluminum radiator with an electric fan, and a newer fuel tank. You also have a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and wide BF Goodrich T/As for a pleasant driving package.
Complete with a car cover. The rare 1964.5 Mustang convertible is also a tremendously easy classic cruiser. That\'s why it\'s your dream pony car that you can\'t let get away. Call now!
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