1965 Ford Mustang 1964 1/2 MUSTANG D CODE TRUE EARLY PRODUCTION STANG


THIS IS A TRUE D CODE EARLY PRODUCTION 64 1/2 MUSTANG THIS CAR IS RUST AND RUST ROT FREE CAR, UNDER SIDES IS EXTRA CLEAN AND PAINTED,ALL PINCH WELDS ARE NICE AND CLEAN ,MOTOR AND TRANS HAS NO MAJOR ISSUES ,BRAKE SYSTEM IS ALL NEW WITH NEW TIRES AND RIMS,ALL GLASS IS GREAT SHAPE,INSIDES LIKE NEW, ALL CHROME IS NEW,UNDER HOOD SHOW GREAT WITH ALL 64 1/2 MATCH,INSIDE CARPET IS CORRECT ,THE PASSENGER SEAT IS CORRECT,GAS CAP IS CORRECT,DASH HAS THE GEN LIGHT, COOL AIR VENT IS CORRECT, FENDER EMBLEMS ARE CORRECT,HAVE THE ORIGINAL WHEELS AND HUD CAPS (THEY ARE SPINNERS) PAINT IS VERY SHINNY AND NO FADING OR PEELING,TRUNK U CAN ALMOST EAT OFF OFF,SAME AS UNDER THE CAR, THIS CAR IS NOT A TRAILER QUEEN ,BUT COME CLOSE TO ONE, THIS IS A DRIVER NOT A SHOW CAR BUT WILL NOT TAKE MUCH TO MAKE IT ONE,(BID TO WIN) 6143256202 RICK THIS IS THE DEFERENCE TO LOOK FOR ON A 641/2 VS 65 1964 1/2 Interior Appointments:Door Locks knobs are colour-keyed to interior, changed to chrome in 1965Owners Manual states engine options as, 170 C.I. six cylinder, and the 260 low compression V8, and the Hi-Performance 289 V8The fresh air vent knob on the drivers side is marked with a White “A”Door handles and Window cranks are held by concealed spring clipsInstrument Cluster has Red “GEN” light (Generator), later 1965 models had Red “ALT” light (alternator)Heater blower is two speed with the “OFF” position located in center now with a third positionCarpet had colour-keyed rubber heel pad, no toe pad, as in the later 65 modelsCarpeting stops at rocker stiffener plate, colour-keyed vinyl under door sill plateFront Seatbelts are secured with an eye boltPassenger seat was fixed into position with no fore/aft adjustmentSmaller “T” handle on automatic transmission equipped cars1964 1/2 Trunk Compartment:Mat is Grey burtex in hardtops, and speckled Grey rubber in convertiblesSpare tire hold down is slotted for carriage head boltTail lights have 3 wire pigtail assembly 1964 1/2 Engine Compartment:Hood Bumpers have recessed Phillips screw to hold bumper to studRadiator Core support has air vents/louvers in front of battery for coolingLarger horns than on later models, mounted low on the frame behind radiatorGenerators are installed, have black metal/rubber shroudOil dipstick is on passenger side and very longOil filler tube is on front cover of engine, not valve coversSmall flip open oil cap on distributor baseIgnition coil is mounted flat on the intake manifoldBrake switch ( 2 wires) is mounted on the master cylinderEngines have a road draft tube, with/without a PCV valve1964 1/2 Exterior Appearance: ‘64-and-a-half Mustangs have what’s commonly referred to as a “stiffening skirt” or ‘flanges’ along the edges of their hoods. This gives it an edge that’s very different from the more rounded edges of the ‘65. This skirt necessitated a matching bevelling around the headlights as well. Many ‘64 1/2 Mustangs didn’t have the Ford hood mouldings that were given to rest of first-generation Mustangs, but some plants did add them. The ‘64.5 Mustang typically doesn’t have the hood mouldings that are seen in ‘65 Mustangs. Then again some plants produced ’65s without the mouldings too to confuse matters. The Gas Cap has no security cable.The headlight extensions have corresponding bevels to the hood skirtsThe Mustang word on front fenders is 4-3/8″, later lengthened to 5.0

1965 Ford Mustang 1964 1/2 MUSTANG D CODE TRUE EARLY PRODUCTION STANG
1965 Ford Mustang 1964 1/2 MUSTANG D CODE TRUE EARLY PRODUCTION STANG
1965 Ford Mustang 1964 1/2 MUSTANG D CODE TRUE EARLY PRODUCTION STANG





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