5F08K323325 NIR

  • Offered at<b>$21,500</b> by seller oldtimeclassics.com




    <BLOCKQUOTE id=quote><font size=1 face="Verdana" id=quote>quote:<hr height=1 noshade id=quote>1964 Mustang K Code Convertible


    Tony Gregory there were only 26 1964.5 K-code convertibles made and a total of 98 1964.5 K-codes with no fastbacks produced only coupes and convertibles.((((( 1 of 26 Made )))))


    1964 Mustang Convertible K code 289 HIPO....


    This car was in the same family since 1968 until 2011 when I bought the car. The Above picture was taken in 1972 at a local car show.


    The car is an original Wimbledon White over black interior K code 4 speed car.The owner did not like the white so in 1970 he painted the blue & added a red interior. Also when he did that he changed the transmission to an automatic so the whole family could drive the car.


    Original Door tag matching the Vin stamp on drivers fender apron.This is a very very rare car.


    This car should be restored but you can drive it well you work on it.


    $21,500


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  • This Kar has an eight inch rear end and 1966 style motor mounts.




    -Fred-

    65 Koupe early San Jose Phoenician Yellow 4 speed
    66 GT Koupe Dearborn Blue 4 speed
    66 KGT San Jose fastback pony interior Silver Frost 4 speed
    64 Falcon sedan delivery 289 4 speed
    65 Ranchero 289 4 speed
    66 Corvette roadster 427/425 4 speed

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    I don't like the looks of the data plate or the non-original rivits.


    I don't think the car has anything near the original engine, trans or rear end for that matter-its going to be a very challenging restoration to say the least! (who the heck would paint a car Blue and add a Red interior??)

  • Nothing appears to be original K anymore - except the VIN number.




    Lots of hidden rust too if you look close.




    It does have the HiPo axle plate - one good thing, but thats about the only thing.

  • This Kar is back on Ebay again:




    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors…76QQptZUSQ5fCarsQ5fTrucks




    It is interesting that the auction mentions "sway bar for K code" but it is not there. It also appears to me that the areas for the exhaust hangers on the rear floor pan have been sectioned in.




    -Fred-

    65 Koupe early San Jose Phoenician Yellow 4 speed
    66 GT Koupe Dearborn Blue 4 speed
    66 KGT San Jose fastback pony interior Silver Frost 4 speed
    64 Falcon sedan delivery 289 4 speed
    65 Ranchero 289 4 speed
    66 Corvette roadster 427/425 4 speed

  • What makes you think the reinforcements look welded in? All I see is oil from a pinion leak built up around the area and the seams showing. It looks like a legit hi-po to me, but of course, someone needs to do a careful inspection.

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