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1964-˝ Ford Mustangs Gallery

* The world debut of the Mustang occurred at the World's Fair in Flushing Meadows, NY, on April 17, 1964.

Ultra-Rare 1964-˝ Ford Mustang Hi-Po Convertible

A Mustang and A Half ... read more




Tim Chesney's 1964-1/2 Ford Mustang Indy Pace Car

Rags to Riches Journey: From barn find to Concours restoration, Tim Chesney’s original 1964-1/2 Mustang Indy Pace Car ... read more



The Fast 1: Garage-Built, Show Ready Ford Mustang Is A Family Project Car

This 1964 ˝ Mustang started out as a simple, six-cylinder, four-speed car that was sold for only $250. At the time of its sale in 1975, when it was just over a decade old, nobody knew that it would someday turn into the stunning show car that it is today ... read more



Million-Dollar Mustang? This 1964.5 Indy 500 Pace Car Is Banking on It

On behalf of the nation’s Mustang collectors, we must ask: Would you pay $1.1 million for one? ... read more



1964 Ford Mustang Convertible




1964 Ford Mustang Coupe




417,000 Mustangs sold by April 17, 1965 (one-year mark)


1964 Ford Mustang GT prototype (powered by Ford's 271-horsepower, 289-cubic-inch "Hi-Po" small-block V-8, backed by a four-speed manual transmission, this "pony" was good for 0-to-60-mph sprints of 7.5 seconds)


1963 Ford Mustang concept/prototype


This mid-engine speedster is the original Ford Mustang

The original Mustang wasn't a V8 pony car. It was this mid-engine two-seat concept from 1962, with a four-cylinder engine and no roof ... read more



1962 Ford Mustang concept




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