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To: 353FMG

It was a long time ago so perhaps you’ve forgotten that Mustangs never had a 4 cylinder (170 six, 260 and 289 eights) and the first Mustangs went on sale in early 1964 with post July 1964 units labeled as 1965’s. (hence the ‘64 1/2 monikers ). Perhaps the easiest way to identify a “64 1/2” is that they all used a generator instead of the alternators used in post July 64.


12 posted on 04/15/2008 10:46:29 AM PDT by vigilence
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To: vigilence

64 1/2’s didn’t have backup lights either. Did you know the first 500 production model Mustangs had bench seats?


14 posted on 04/15/2008 10:53:25 AM PDT by politicalwit (AKA... A Tradition Continues...Now a Hoosier Freeper)
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To: vigilence
It was a long time ago so perhaps you’ve forgotten that Mustangs never had a 4 cylinder

I think that a few of these Mustangs had four bangers.


18 posted on 04/15/2008 11:42:20 AM PDT by Yo-Yo (USAF, TAC, 12th AF, 366 TFW, 366 MG, 366 CRS, Mtn Home AFB, 1978-81)
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To: vigilence

You know more about the car than I do. All I remember is that I bought it in 1964 for the outrageously high price of $2,250 just in time to impress the girls at the summer semester in college. I don’t even remember if I was successful doing so.


22 posted on 04/15/2008 12:21:45 PM PDT by 353FMG (Don't mistake Government as being a Friend of the People)
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