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1964.5 for sale

Discussion in 'Classic Mustangs' started by mick289, Jul 16, 2016.

  1. mick289

    mick289 New Member Established Member

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    2035.JPG 2038.JPG 2039.JPG I've own this car since 1971, it was bought from the original owner, and it was sold by my dad. 289 D-code with a 4 speed, console and Rally Pac. 3:55 open rear end. Brakes were all replaced in 2000. Motor was rebuilt in the late 90's with pistons, cam, all ARP bolts. The heads were port matched. The motor is strong. The paint is original, there has been some touchup done but for the most part all 52 years of nicks and dings are there. There is zero rust. The car has never been driven in snow or salt. Selling this great classic because of a separation of 42 years of marriage. View attachment 70748
     
  2. 93cobrajunkie

    93cobrajunkie Member Established Member

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    Nice Mustang. You're pretty close to me. They're going to tell you to read the forum rules where you have your screen name in a picture and also a price somewhere in your post. You may be asking more than I want to pay but I'm trying to decide on a classic mustang or a side by side. I would definitely want a manual.
     
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    03cobra#694 Want to play a game? Staff Member Super Moderator

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  4. coketo

    coketo Silver Snake!!! Established Member

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    what is the asking price?
     

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