(1 photo of a 1964 Blue Mustang Hardtop Advertisement) Check out this 1964 Mustang magazine ad. It has a blue Mustang hardtop with a white vinyl top. It start off with, "Presenting the unexpected... new Ford Mustang!" You can tell this is an early one, because it asks us to check out it out at the World's Fair where it was first released to the public - "See the Mustang and ride Walt Disney's Magic Skyway at the Ford Motor Company Wonder Rotunda, New York World's Fair."|
(6 photos of a 1964 Caspian Blue Mustang Hardtop) Caspian Blue 1964 Mustang hardtop with a blue interior and white vinyl top. The original 260ci V8 engine and 3-speed manual are gone, but a 289 V8 and 4-speed have been installed.
(5 photos of a 1964 Skylight Blue Mustang Convertible) Skylight Blue 1964 Mustang convertible with a blue interior and white soft top. Check out the vintage 1966 Texas license plate. This plate was once registered to this car.
(12 photos of a 1964 Blue Mustang Convertible) Check out this special Mustang (front) owned by Perry W Los Kamp. It's a special order Mustang ordered under DSO 842510. Perry tells us more, "I have owned this Mustang since 2003. I recognized this car from the day I first inspected it as a prototype. I have maintained the originality of this car with care and diligence. My research has taken me many places here in the USA. From Southampton New York to Mirage Arizona to Dearborn Michigan. Confirmed as a 1964 prototype
Mustang built for Henry Ford II. This special Mustang has done show
car duty from day one and has been owned by important people. It was shown
at the Worlds fair. Options include special paint with single pinstripe, Custom handcrafted leather interior, 289 4V, 4 speed transmission, and A/C. There were approximately six early Mustangs three 1964 and three 1966 built to the order of Henry Ford the II. This is the only one with the 84 DSO and a special order number."
(8 photos of a 1964 Guardsman Blue Mustang Convertible) Guardsman Blue 1964 Mustang convertible with a white and blue interior and an ultra rare (K-code) 289ci High Performance (HiPo) engine. It also has a 3.89 rear end and a 4-speed manual transmission. The build date is July 23rd 1964.
(3 photos of a 1964 Blue Mustang Hardtop) This blue 1964 Mustang GT with a D-code 289ci V9 under the hood is owned by Bill Andrews of Ontario, Canada. Bill says, Vehicle was purchased in 1983 just prior to my 16th birthday. It was factory equipped with the 289 D code which is on my engine stand. The vehicle currently has a 1989 5.0L with a B303 cam, DP 4 V with a Paxton Novi supercharger. I have also upgraded the braking system with Wilwood front disc and a dual bowl master cylinder.
(9 photos of a 1964 Tropical Turquoise Mustang Convertible) Tropical Turquoise 1964 Mustang convertible with full wheel covers, metal rocker panel trim, and a 260ci 2-barrel V8 engine. This car was originally Pagoda Green and it also has new 14 inch steel styled wheels (in other photos).
(10 photos of a 1964 Pagoda Green Mustang Convertible) Pagoda Green (its in the sun, take a look at the other photos in this set to better see the color) 1964 Mustang convertible with a 289 cubic inch, 4 barrel, V8 engine that was originally rated at 210hp (at 4400rpm). This particular engine was only offered on the Mustang in 1964. The door data tag of this car reads: 76A convertible body style with standard seats, B Pagoda Green exterior paint, 86 black vinyl seats, 25F scheduled for assembly on the 25th of June 1964, 1 3.00:1 rear axle ratio, and 5 4 speed manual transmission. This car was originally ordered in the Ohio area. The steel styled wheels are not original to this car.
(6 photos of a 1964 Dynasty Green Mustang Hardtop) Dynasty Green 1964 Mustang hardtop with a black interior. This car still wears most of it's original paint. Only the left front fender was repainted around 1970. It only has 54,121 miles on the clock.
(3 photos of a 1964 Twilight Turquoise Blue Mustang Convertible) Twilight Turquoise 1964 Mustang convertible with a white top and white interior. It has the 289ci V8 4 bbl with an automatic transmission. Check out the hubcaps with spinners!
(7 photos of a 1965 Caspian Blue Mustang Hardtop) This beautiful 1965 factory correct Caspian Blue Mustang hardtop owned by David Hammer of Yukon, Oklahoma, was our Attitude Of The Week for 4-20-2008. David writes: "I bought this car from a man in Mustang Oklahoma in 2005. I took it to a body shop and had some minor dents removed and had it painted. It has an upgraded heavy duty T5 transmission, power windows, American Racing Nitro wheels, trunk carpet kit, engine dress up kit, lighted door sill plates, chrome alternator, chrome Monte Carlo bar, chrome export brace, high back reclining bucket seats, Ford Motorsport electronic ignition, Edelbrock aluminum performer intake, Flex-a-lite 6 blade radiator fan, Hooker headers, GT Grant custom steering wheel, Phantom 6 gauge instrument cluster, polished aluminum distributor, Ford racing dipstick, chrome Ford Motorsport valve covers, chrome shock tower caps, headlight grille ornaments, rocker panels, wheel well molding and many more little modifications." Also available for download is a 1024 by 768 pixel wallpaper and a 1500 by 1000 pixel wallpaper of this photo.
(4 photos of a 1965 Silver Blue Mustang Convertible) Silver Blue 1965 Mustang convertible with a black top. This one has the 289ci V8 engine connected to a manual transmission.
(8 photos of a 1965 Twilight Turquoise Blue Mustang Hardtop) Twilight Turquoise 1965 Mustang owned by John Papa from Sydney, Australia. John purchased it in July of 2009 in Melbourne. This owner purchased it in December 2007. It was purchased new by Ernest W Alexander in Coral, Florida. John is looking for more information about this Mustang. If you know of anything, write a comment or contact John. This Mustang has the GT options of the front fog lamps, side rocker stripes, and dual exhaust through the rear valance.
(6 photos of a 1965 Silver Blue Mustang Convertible) Silver Blue 1965 Mustang convertible with the code C - 289 cubic inch engine with barrel carburetor and Cruise-O-Matic automatic transmission.
(5 photos of a 1965 Caspian Blue Mustang Fastback) Caspian Blue 1965 Mustang fastback with the C code 289ci 4-barrel engine and a five-speed (non original) manual transmission.
(1 photo of a 1965 Dynasty Green Mustang Hardtop) Sean Mattingly use to own this Dynasty Green 1965 Mustang hardtop. It has standard wheel covers and 289ci V8 engine.
(16 photos of a 1965 Blue Mustang Hardtop) Carson Roberts found this 1965 Mustang hardtop in a shed with hay and chickens on it. Here's how it looked after washing it off. Not bad! Carson adds, "The floor pans were a little weak. It was leaking front and back windows seals. It had two rust spots in the floor; the left was because of brake fluid, and the right was because the heater core leaking. The guy I got it from had it for 12 years. The guy before him painted and fixed it up. The car looked good for it being a 25 footer paint job."
(13 photos of a 1965 Twilight Turquoise Blue Mustang T-5 Hardtop) Twilight Turquoise 1965 T-5 hardtop owned by Julien S from France! This was our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting September 12, 2010. The T-5 was name for the Mustang as it was sold in Germany. This one has a 200ci 6-cylinder engine and a manual transmission.
(6 photos of a 1965 Kona Blue Mustang Hardtop) Check out Greg Blackmon's Kona Blue 1965 Mustang hardtop. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting September 26, 2010. Greg tells us more, "I found this car in a local swap mag that comes out once a week. I traded a guy a 90 Honda Civic and $500.00 cash for this one of a kind classic. The car came with the 327 Chevy motor, rock crusher 4-speed transmission, and a 9-inch Ford rearend with 5.32 gears with a rearend coolant system. The car has side pipes, which are molded to the body, and a flip top gas fueler on the driver side back fender. Also, to finish off the unique custom features, the car came with Shelby tail lights and fog lights and a 66 model grille. I've been told that my car is a one of a kind which was built for racing, been told it was a California Special, heck I really don't know! I do know it's SPECIAL! If anyone has any ideas please please throw em at me. Also, I have a created a slide show to show start to finish of the car being restored. Go to facebook type in: Leslie- Chico Greg Blackmon and go to the smilebox slide. HIT PLAY & ENJOY!"
(6 photos of a 1965 Tropical Turquoise Blue Mustang Fastback) This is a Tropical Turquoise 1965 Mustang fastback. It has a couple of GT options added - the extra headlights and rocker stripes. Looks like a Mustang collector judging from the others in the driveway!