1964 Ford Mustang
Car for sale by GR Auto Gallery in Grand Rapids, Michigan 49512
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1964 Ford Mustang $23,900
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1964 1/2 Ford Mustang for consideration. The current owner of this vehicle has owned it for nearly 2 decades and claims to have loved every second of ownership. The vehicle features a full body-off restoration that was done in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina back in 1995. Youd never guess that the restoration was over 20 years old, this vehicle shows like new all the way around and runs like it just rolled off of the line. Vehicle features a new top, new power steering, aftermarket radio, a 260 cubic inch V8 engine, 3 speed manual transmission and much more. A very well done exterior/interior restoration and also mechanically, this 1964 1/2 Mustang is a proven driver, and is turnkey and ready for immediate use.
The Ford Mustang remains an American icon and is hands down, one of the most recognizable cars ever produced. These cars have a loyal following that continues to grow and for this reason are globally sought after. A classic first gen mustang in great condition such as the car offered here remains on the bucket list of many.
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1964 Ford Mustang Specifications
Classic Car ID100890189
CategoryMuscle & Pony Cars
Trim Body Style
Transmission3 Speed Manual
Custom Exterior ColorN/A
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