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My family has owned a 1964 1/2 mustang coupe for many years. It was just handed down to me and I found out an interesting fact! This mustang is the 14th mustang to ever roll off the production line (this is confirmed by ford).
They did not tell me how much this might increase the value. Any ideas?
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Yes, condition is everything. That being said, it has the potential of being a special car with a lot more research. How many of the previous cars are still around? Is the the second oldest surviving production Mustang or the sixth? Was it the first to have a particular option?
Then again, how did Ford verify this? I thought all the records were lost in a fire...
On the left, 1965 Mustang Convertible (C Code engine, automatic transmission, Deluxe interior)
On the right, 1965 Mustang Fastback (GT, A Code engine, 4 speed Transmission, Deluxe interior)
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