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1964 1/2 Ford Mustang Convertible Restoration Project

Make: Ford
Model: Mustang
SubModel: Convertible
Type: Convertible
Trim: convertible
Year: 1965
Mileage: 200,000
VIN: 5F08D122125
Color: Red
Engine: 260
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Round Rock, Texas, United States

1965 Ford Mustang convertible Additional Info:

1964 1/2 Mustang convertible. Purchased as father son rebuild project. Took it to body shop to have rust removed and painted. Unfortunately the shop did a terrible job and now is probably not usable with out major investment. It does have good convertible parts and front dash etc. Also good front fenders, deck lid and hood and doors. Now son is off to college so just trying to unload the project.

I purchased all of the parts for a resto-mod. Many more pictures available on request.

Aside from the body and all original parts I also am selling:

Re-built Parts

- Rebuilt 260 Engine

- Rebuilt 3 Speed Transmission

- Re-Built Rear End and Drive Shaft with new brakes

- Re-Built Starter

- Re-Upholstered Seats

New Parts

- Four Foose wheels and tires never out of the box

- "Generator Look Alike" Alternator

- Water Pump

- Edlebrock Intake Manifold and 600 CFM Carberator

- Power Steering Pump

- Borgeson Power Steering Conversion Kit

- New Clutch

- Classic Auto Air - Air conditioning conversion kit

- New Front & Rear Bumpers and stops and brakets

- All new suspension and bushings

- Front Springs

- Upper and Lower Control Arms, tie rods,

- Leaf Springs

- Gas Tank, Sending Unit

- Pre-Bent Fuel Line

- Pre- Bent Brake Lines

- Console Light

- Gas Tank, Sending Unit

- SSCB Front Disk Conversion including new spindles

- Chrome Shorty Headers

- New Koni Shocks

- AMK - Master Body Hardware Kit

- AMK - Master Chasis hardware kit.

I still have all the original parts. Also I am not sure why, but when I bought it it has a 67 Mustang disk break conversion that does not fit on the car.

Really everything you need to put a mustang back together except a solid chassis.

Car is listed as pick up only, but can help with shipping as the car is currently on a trailer if you are local. Trailer is for sale as an option.

I will do my best to describe the state. I am happy to talk more or send pictures, or even facetime if you would like to see it yourself.

It had the typical rust. The gentleman working on in convinced me to purchase new rails and floor pan and he would replace them all.

He started in the front and replaced the front rails. I still have the originals which have the VIN stamp in it, but he did not transfer it. They seem OK, but he covered his work with seam sealer so they would have to be inspected.

The rockers have been replaced and are in decent condition.

For some reason he cut out all of the floor pan that was rusted and left the parts that needed to be replaced. I would say that a new floor pan would be the best rout.

The rear arms are both cut out at this point. The one that he hacked is bolted in, but I would say both rear rails are currently removed and the new ones need to be welded in. The right rear will have to be replaced, but I have the dynacorn left rail still in good shape.

The rear tire wells should also be replaced, but it may be optional.

In the rear the trunk brace was rusted so he cut out the entire back section so that would also have to be replaced.

All in all it would take some work.

The doors, hood, trunk, and quarters are all good with the exception of one spot on the front fender where it bolts to the frame is torn up.