What a difference with the first car I ever bought. It was a maroon, 3-speed, 4-cylinder, ‘64 Mustang generally known as “the secretary’s delight”. No AC but it did have tinted glass. I don’t even remember if it had seat belts but it did have an ash tray that was full most of the time.
3-speed, 4-cylinder, 64 Mustang?..............
I think you mean a straight 6, not 4 cylinder.
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.