- 72,000 overpriced
- O'Fallon, IL
- 1 day
- coupe gasoline red manual
The year is 1964, the world's largest cheese is manufactured in wisconsin for the new york world fair, us president lyndon b. Johnson signs civil rights act & voting rights act into law and this gorgeous 1964 � hipo mustang rolls into dealerships for the first time. Since then she has undergone a full meticulous restoration. Now with only 45 miles on her since the restoration was completed earlier this year. It is believed that only 90 �64 � hipo's coupes were ever produced. The ford mustang is an american car manufactured by ford. It was originally based on the platform of the second generation north american ford falcon, a compact car. The 1963 mustang ii concept car was designed with a variation of the production model's front and rear ends with a roof that was 2. 7 inches shorter. Introduced early on april 17, 1964 (16 days after the plymouth barracuda), and thus dubbed as a "1964�" by mustang fans, the 1965 mustang was the automaker's most successful launch since the model a. The mustang has undergone several transformations to its current sixth generation. It's easily the best thing to come out of dearborn since the 1932 v-8 model b roadster. But for all ford's talk of total performance, it's still clear that the mustang has been designed and built to a price. The necessity of meeting cost goals meant that it had to share a maximum number of components with other models in the ford line. Out of this situation sprang the advantage of an extremely wide availability of options for the mustang, selected from the falcon, fairlane and galaxie series. This seems slightly overwhelming until one remembers that only certain combinations are authorized, for either technical or commercial reasons. It's also aimed at a not-clearly-defined market consisting of customers looking for a not-clearly-defined combination of luxury and status. In addition to all this, the mustang is intended as a sports car. Especially with the 271 hp v8 hipo, backed by a 4 speed. Stanley tucker, driving this beauty down the road.
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