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64 1/2 pictured Mustang Registry
This Gallery includes the owner description and pictures of the cars. You will find everything starting from a rusty hulk, up to a perfect show car. If you like to see more picture from a special car, just send me an email and I will see what I can do...

We made it - 1000 cars are now online - I will try to migrate them from the old website into a new format!

Thanks a lot for supporting my registry. Here is what will happen now!

# If you only want to get registered whith your data (VIN & Data plate), just send it to me and I will put it in the brand new online database.
# For those who like to show their own cars with picture & description here they have to meet some requirements as follows:

1. Minimum 50 words of description is required
2. Complete date plate info is required
3. Minimum resolution (JPG) of 1024x768 is required

The other criterium to stay or get in is to have a "Bonus" car like:

1. Pace Cars
2. K-Codes
3. Export Cars (DSO 91-99)
4. T5's (Also those with DSO 15 sold to Military Export Service)
5. 84 or 86 DSO-Code (Home Office Reserve, Transportation Service, Factory Show Car)
6. First week production Dearborn (New York Fair car, Race cars, Movie cars)
7. All Cars with a six digit DSO
8. New Country of Location (China?)

To find a certain VIN use the search function at the top of the page...

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5F07D121424

1964 1/2 Mustang Hardtop VIN: 5F07D121424

Vehicle Description
This is an original 1964 1/2 Mustang with 107957 miles on the odometer. This Mustang was built on April 28, 1964 in California. It was origionally sold and serviced by McCoy and Mills Ford in Fullerton, Ca. The origional color was Pagoda Green. Ford Stopped using this color with the 1964 modle year. The engine came with a 4bbl but the previous owner replace it with a 2bbl.

Other origionals of this classic are:
# Automatic Transmission
# Black Interior
# Power Steering
# AM Radio that still works
# Generator, not an alternator
# All 4 origional hub caps

Recent Improvements made to this fine Machine:
# Battery and Positive wire
# Brake sensor on the old Master cylinder
# Plugs and Wires
# Voltage Regulator
# Rebuilt Power Steering Pump , which has the resevoir on top
# Rebuilt Power Steering Cylinder and Control Valve
# Rebuilt engine by previous owner approx 7000 miles ago
# Added rear lap seat belts

Items purchased but not yet installed:
# Leaf Spring. One new spring is on, the other is waiting to be installed.
# Tank Float
# Master Cylinder
# Fuel Filter
# New oil filter
# Liscense plate frame

I am not quite sure if the intake manifold is original or if they just put a carb adaptor on to fit the 2bbl carb. There is some minor rust here and there. The floor pans are solid and it runs great. It has a dual exhaust with an H-bar welded to the pipes. The interior is in very good condition.

Added: April 29th 2007

5F07D121359

1964 1/2 Mustang Hardtop VIN: 5F07D121359

Vehicle Description
1964 1/2 Ford Mustang ...
This is a original 289 D code with 42,000 original miles ... The black paint still looks good. Interior is original and still looks good. The head liner is good just a seem opend needs to be sewed in the back. It's an automatic; the car is not perfect but close to it.

Added: April 29th 2007

5F07D121353

1964 1/2 Ford Mustang Hardtop VIN: 5F07D121353

Vehicle Description
I will celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Mustang with a true classic! Manufactured on April 27th, 1964, this Arizona car is truly one of the first Mustangs ever produced! She is 95% restored to her original factory splendor. She boasts the original 289 engine with a 4 bbl carb, power brakes and power steering. I have the reciepts for all parts and work. This is a truly rare Mustang.

# Actual Mileage: 12000
# Transmission: Automatic
# Engine Size: 289
# Exterior Color: Silver
# Interior Color: Black

Added: April 29th 2007

5F07D119722

1964 1/2 Ford Mustang Hardtop VIN: 5F07D119722

Vehicle Description
This is a 1965 (actually an early ‘65 sometimes referred to as a 64’½) Ford Mustang. I’m selling my project because I can’t afford the restoration. This mustang has lived in Phoenix, AZ for most of its life and has very little rust. As far as I can tell there is no rust in the structural components of the car. The only rust is some minor surface oxidation on the outer body and a small hole in the passenger door. The car is also complete (minus the AM radio), the only non original items on the vehicle are the carburetor and the transmission,. All the car’s glass is intact and free of cracks.

The VIN plate tells about the car’s original configuration:
D-code 289 V-8 (factory rated at 210 HP)
C-4, 3 speed automatic tranny
3.0:1 non-traction lok rear differential
Factory power steering
“Prairie Bronze” exterior color

The car has yet to be modified but as I said the transmission and carb aren’t original. I have a Ford Toploader 4-speed manual (with bellhousing) that I was planning to put into the car, it is included in the auction. Attached to the Toploader is a freshly-rebuilt Hurst shifter, also included. The wimpy factory 2- barrel carb I sold but I have a 625 cfm Carter AFB (4-bbl) which is also included in the auction.

I was told by the previous owner that the car has never been involved in a major accident which is quite believable, I can’t find any evidence of major body work. The doors close amazing well considering the condition of the weather stripping. The hood was damaged and should be replaced The rest of the body needs less major work and of course a good repainting. The interior will need to be rebuilt but again rust is practically non existent and almost all of the original interior pieces are there.

I was planning to heavily modify the engine but actually the engine is basically stock. The block has been professionally cleaned, Magnafluxed, and bored .030 oversize. New freeze plugs and cam bearings have been installed and the rods have been reshaped and fitted with new bolts. Also the pistons are new as well. I’ve put over $550 into the engine so far. The cylinder heads passed a Magnaflux check but are borderline as to whether they should be kept or not, no work has been done to them. I’ve rebuilt the original distributor. The rest of the engine components are untouched.

Added: April 29th 2007

5F07D119555

5F07D119555

1964 1/2 ford mustang coupe Project Car VIN: 5F07D119555

Vehicle Description
This car was purchased from one of my friends awhile back due to the over abundance of projects that i've got,I decided to get rid of this car.This car just came out of the body shop a week ago i had them fix minor dings and stuff like that so the body is in really good shape and ready for paint.I am not hiding nothing this car was straight when i first bought it and now it is just better.There was no rust or serious dents in this car.The car has a 289 V8 in it and a cruise o matic transmission,The motor runs very good and sounds healthy also.the interior is all there but needs reupolstering .I do not know if that is the real mileage on this vehicle that is just what the title reads.After all is said and done you will have yourself a very nice car for anyone who wants a fun project to finish.

Added: April 29th 2007

5F07D118445

 1964 1/2 Mustang Hardtop VIN: 5F07D118445

Vehicle Description
HERE YOU SEE A BEAUTIFUL 1964 1/2 FORD MUSTANG. THIS IS A RUST FREE CALIFORNIA CAR! WHEN THE INTERIOR WAS OUT DURING RESTORATION THE INSIDE FLOOR PANS LOOKED SO CLEAN IT WAS LIKE LOOKING IN A MIRROR. (I HAVE NEVER SEEN ONE THIS CLEAN!) DATA PLATE STILL ON DRIVERS DOOR READS: 65 A 3 46 22D 75 1 5. THIS IS AN ORIGINAL 289 4V "D" CODE CAR WITH FACTORY 4 SPEED, FACTORY POWER STEERING AND FACTORY POWER BRAKES. THIS MUSTANG WAS BUILT IN SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA. THE GRAND-OPENING DAY OF SALES ON THE 1964 1/2 MUSTANGS WAS: APRIL 17TH. THIS CAR WAS BUILT 5 DAYS AFTER THE GRAND OPENING. THIS IS A VERY EARLY 1964 1/2. ALSO COMES WITH ITS ORIGINAL 6k RALLY PAK AS SEEN IN PHOTO. MILEAGE IS ODOM. READING ONLY. ORIGINAL MILEAGE IS UNKNOWN. CAR RUNS, HANDLES AND DRIVES GREAT! CAR HAS:

1. AM FM CASSETTE
2. SHELBY TRI Y HEADERS (NICKEL)
3. STYLED STEEL WHEELS
4. NEW SHOCKS
5. NEW REAR SUSPENSION, LEAF SPRINGS
6. 1 1/2" FRONT SWAY BAR WITH POLY BUSHINGS.
7. 6K RALLY PAC (TAC & CLOCK)
8. POWER STEERING
9. 4 SPEED TOP LOADER
10. POWER BRAKES

ALSO GOING WITH THE CAR AND LUCKY NEW OWNER ARE THE ORIGINAL STOCK PIECES LIKE:

1. EXHAUST MANIFOLDS
2. AIR CLEANER
3. SET OF 4 HUB CAPS AND RIMS (STOCK)

Added: April 29th 2007

5F07D118341

Vehicle Description

It has original factory Air Conditioning. This Mustang came with a Generator instead of a Alternater - that came In The 1964-1/2 only! It's optioned with a Center Console and Power Steering. No Mechanical defaults of any kind, car is in excellent condition. The motor and transmission has been rebuild recently. It has an dual exhaust powered by a 4bbl 289 engine. The upolstery and headliner are in excellent condition.

Data Plate Information decodes as follows:
# VIN Number: 5F07D118341
# Year: 5 1965 (1964 1/2)
# Plant: F Dearborn, MI
# Body Series: 07 2 Door Hardtop
# Engine: D 289 4v V8 low compression
# Unit: 118341 consecutive production number

# Miscellaneous Vehicle Data
# Body: 65A 2 Door Hardtop, Standard Interior
# Color: Y Skylight Blue
# Trim: 82 Blue Vinyl with blue App., Standard Interior
# Date: 22D April 22nd, 1964
# D.S.O: 71 Los Angeles
# Axle: 1 3.00:1, Conventional
# Trans: 6 C4 Automatic

Added: May 6th 2007

5F07D118299

1964 1/2 Mustang Hardtop VIN: 5F07D118299

Vehicle Description You are looking on a 1964 1/2 Ford Mustang Coupe, built on April 22, 1964, which happens to be 5 days after the April 17th introduction. This is number 18,299 out of over a half million cars produced in the 1965 model year. This is a rare D-code car, equipped with the correct 5-bolt 289cid-4V engine and mated to a smooth four-speed transmission. The car was lovingly restored by father and son in a 5-year period and completed in 1992. It was restored for keeps as well as to cruise. It has the correct 1964 pieces - hood and headlamp bucket assembly, seatbelts, "Air" knob (instead of "Vent"), frame-mounted horns, and a generator. The underbody is completely detailed in gloss black. The car rides on 6.95x14 bias ply tires with hubcaps and spinners. All parts used in the restoration are OEM, factory pieces, except for the steering wheel. This car was restored 12 years ago. This car is not a trailered, show car, although it is a driven car that is show quality. The paint job is maintained with Liquid Glass and is very smooth. Overall condition is good to excellent - very well maintained for an older restoration. The car received a 1.0 grade from a professional appraiser in 1992.

Added: April 29th 2007

5F07D117931

1964 1/2 Mustang Hardtop VIN: 5F07D117931

Vehicle Description
This is a classic 64 17/2 coupe
Engine: 289 Built by Regional Preformance Machine Shop- Haines City, FL
Transmission: Auto C4 Built by French's Transmission- Lakeland, FL
Rear End: Stock Gears
Paint: By R&B Frame and collision specialist, 30 yrs experience-Auburndale, FL
Color: Night mist blue w / white lemans stripes
Exhaust: Dual with flowmaster mufflers, all new Power Stering, Power Brakes , Generator car Air condition car, did not replace with restoration Magnum 500 rims with new BF Goodrich TA Radials

New Parts: front valance, front bumper, bumper filler, hood, radiator support, both fenders, both door shells, both quarter panels, both wheel houses, deck lid, rear bumper, rear valance, rear tail light panel, trunk pans, full floor pans, under rear seat pans, toe pans, gas tank, parking light package, tail light package, back up light package, all new wiring under hood, complete new lock set ( door, ingnition, trunk) all door handles inside and out, complete new interior (headliner, seats, carpet, dash pad, all rubber and felt, seals new, complete new badge chrome kit, quarter trim etc). Vehicle has less than 700 miles since restoration completed.

Added: April 29th 2007

5F07D117435

1964 1/2 Mustang Hardtop VIN: 5F07D117435

Vehicle Description
This is a classic 1964 1/2 Mustang ready for paint. 90 percent of the bodywork has been done. It was taken down to the metal and then sprayed with primer to protect the metal. The engine has less than 500 miles on the rebuilt, although it was done a few years ago. This is a must have for the collector at heart or just someone who would like to have a piece of American history. The car runs great! There is a little bit of surface rust since the primer was done a few years ago. I have driven this car on the freeways and it drives great! When it is cold the transmission will hesitate a little bit in drive, but this is only when the car first starts up. I also found that the brakes pull a little to the left. It has new tires and the interior is in very good condition. The carpet is a little old but still in very good shape. It has power steering and the original AM radio! Data Plate: 65A Y 82 21D 71 1

Added: April 29th 2007

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