1964 Ford Mustang Silver smoke Grey

1964 Ford Mustang Silver smoke Grey

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Vehicle Description

1964.5 Ford Mustang is a rare treat that awoke an entire
generation. So we have reverence for the few we find. But this
example wants to make sure you love it for more than just its
history. Its a great all-around classic with beautifully distinct
paint, GT-style upgrades, a bold interior, cold-blowing air
conditioning, solid V8 power, and the upgrade control of a

The trim tag tells us this one wearing its correct Silver Smoke
Gray. Its an important distinction to Mustang fans because it was
only a color used in the first model year. So enthusiasts can spot
this is an early car from across a show field. And when you see the
investment in the paint, body, and chrome, we wouldnt be surprised
to see you invited to a few of the nicer events. But this one isnt
just about show... it also has go! Classic details like the 289
callouts on the front fenders and GT-style dual exhaust mounted
through the rear valance make sure you remember this pony is a
sports car. Plus, the upgraded competition-style American Racing
Torq Thrust D wheels add to the sporty style while also looking
coordinated with the gray paint.

The factory-correct red interior is always a great way to add some
European-style flair to this American classic. And thats
especially true on this one where the bucket seats, door panels,
carpeting, and dash all have an attractive style from a later
investment. The full package likes to stay very vintage, and so you
even have details like the AM radio thats there for a display. But
this one also loves being a true driver. Thats why you have nice
features like the classic tach/clock Rally Pac and a shifter
showing more gears than the factory offered. And part of
encouraging a real drivers spirit means adding comfort. That comes
from thoughtful details like the red slipcovers for the front seats
that help resist wear from an all-day drive. And the reason you can
cruise longer is that this keeps you more comfortable with features
like R134a air conditioning.

The VIN shows that this was born a D-code coupe, and thats
important because a correct 289 cubic-inch V8 car is a rare sight.
It was the big motor that wasnt available for the full 1964.5 run.
But just like the interior and exterior, this one isnt just about
history. The V8 is upgraded for power with an Edelbrock four-barrel
carburetor, an Edelbrock intake, finned Mustang valve covers, a
Flame Thrower distributor, and headed feeding the H-pipe dual
exhaust and MagnaFlow mufflers. That makes for a powerful pony, and
the way this one fires up and runs lets you know its eager to
gallop down the road. Plus, the upgraded five-speed manual
transmission means you have another gear and better ratios to take
full advantage of the power. And power brakes, front discs, and
wide BF Goodrich T/As make for a confident driver.


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