(14 photos of a 1964 Mustang Promotional Sales Brochure) This is the cover of the 1964 Ford Mustang Promotional booklet. Check out the inside pages, they are very detailed showing how much Ford wanted to promote this new car. Sorry for the wrinkles, its old.|
(6 photos of a 1964 Dynasty Green Mustang Hardtop) Dynasty Green 1964 Mustang hardtop with a black interior. This car still wears most of it's original paint. Only the left front fender was repainted around 1970. It only has 54,121 miles on the clock.
(6 photos of a 1964 Pace Car White Mustang Hardtop) 1964 Indianapolis Pace Car replica at the 2010 Mustang Club of America, Grand Nationals car show held in Bellevue, Washington. About 200 of these pace car hardtops were awarded to Ford dealerships around the nation having good sales in early 1964. Features included special C-code Pace Car White exterior paint, 260ci 2 barrel V8 engine, white interior with blue accents, automatic transmission, power steering, rear backup lights, spinnerless full wheel covers, side view mirror delete, AM radio, and Pace Car decals.
(4 photos of a 1964 Poppy Red Mustang Hardtop) Poppy Red 1964 Mustang hardtop with custom wheels, added road spotlights, and chrome engine components. This car was at the 2010 Mustang Club of America, Grand Nationals car show held in Bellevue, Washington.
(3 photos of a 1964 Raven Black Mustang Convertible) Raven Black 1964 Mustang convertible at the 2010 MCA Grand Nationals held in Bellevue, Washington. This 1964 has later generation Magnum 500 wheels.
(2 photos of a 1964 Vintage Burgundy Mustang Hardtop) Vintage Burgundy 1964 Mustang hardtop at the 2010 Mustang Club of America Grand Nationals car show held in Bellevue, Washington. Those are the standard, base level wheel covers. There was an upgrade which added spinners and larger sized versions of these wheels.
(5 photos of a 1964 Poppy Red Mustang Convertible) Poppy Red 1964 Mustang convertible photographed at the 2010 Mustang Club of America Grand Nationals car show held in Bellevue, Washington. The sun was out and you can really see the orange in this red paint. This car has a great white/parchment interior and steel styled wheels.
(1 photo of a 1964 Wimbledon White Mustang Hardtop Advertisement) Wimbledon White 1964 Mustang hardtop featured at it's debut at the World's Fair in this magazine advertisement. It it titled, Mustang - exciting new car from Ford Motor Company... show stopper at the World's Fair The ad goes on to say,
We think we have pretty fair grounds for showing off our Mustang at the World's Fair. The wonderland setting, our "wonder" car and the Ford Motor Wonder Rotunda go together to sum up our feelings about new product ideas at Ford Motor Company. We plan them - from a standpoint of over-all design and engineering - to be nothing short of wonderful.
Like the Mustang, each of our new cars starts as an original idea, designed to answer your needs in a fresh, distinctive and satisfying way. Then we use the most advanced manufacturing and testing techniques to translate the idea into a fine-quality product.
It's this kind of engineering excellence - from the start of an idea on - that puts tang in the Mustang, thunder in the Thunderbird and zest in all the rest of our Ford-built cars.
When you visit our Wonder Rotunda at the Fair, you'll find another example of how we do things with extra flair. We seat you inside a new Ford-built convertible and whisk you over a Magic Skyway that takes you from the prehistoric past far into the city of the future.
It's a trip that surpasses all expectations - which is what we want for you, at the Fair and in all the products we build.
(1 photo of a 1964 Mustang Convertible) That is Henry Ford II in front of the Ford Motor Wonder Rotunda at the introduction of the Mustang at the World's Fair in Flushing Meadows, New York, on April 17, 1964. In back (up high) is the Magic Skyway where you could ride in a bunch of different new Ford convertibles (including the Mustang) through Disney designed animated sets.
(3 photos of a 1964 Twilight Turquoise Blue Mustang Convertible) Twilight Turquoise 1964 Mustang convertible with a white top and white interior. It has the 289ci V8 4 bbl with an automatic transmission. Check out the hubcaps with spinners!
(1 photo of a 1964 Wimbledon White Mustang Convertible) mustang Ford promotional photo of a Wimbledon White 1964 Mustang convertible with red vinyl interior, full wheel covers, and metal rocker panel trim.
(6 photos of a 1964 Wimbledon White Mustang Convertible) This is a very early Mustang convertible. It was built in February 1964. The assembly line wasn't fully rolling out Mustangs until a month later. This one was on display at the Ford world headquarters in Dearborn, Michigan. It has a red interior and black convertible top. I've read that this Mustang was fitted with rumble seat from Ford. It has long since been removed.
(6 photos of a 1964 Pace Car White Mustang Indianapolis Pace Car Convertible) This is the real deal. It's the actual White 1964 Mustang convertible that paced the Indianapolis 500 race. There was two others built especially for pacing the race (VIN 5F08F100240 and 5F08F100242). The others have yet to be found. These three Mustangs were modified by Holman-Moody with modified 289ci V-8 engines (originally they had stock 260s), lowered/stiffened suspension, grab bars (back seat side panels), two-way radios, and flag mounts. This one was listed on eBay with a reserve of $1,099,000.00
(2 photos of a 1964 Wimbledon White Mustang Indianapolis Pace Car Convertible) There were thirty-five 1964 Indy Pace Car convertibles used as Dignitary Cars for the race. They were built with red, white, or blue interiors. They were auctioned to dealerships and sold to the public after the race event. They were also known as festival cars, probably because they circled the track at the 500 Festival Open Invitation - a PGA Tour event in Indianapolis, Indiana in 1964. A couple are known to still exist today.
(2 photos of a 1964 Raven Black Mustang Magic Skyway Convertible) At the Ford Motor Wonder Rotunda at the 1964 World's Fair in New York was a ride called the Magic Skyway built by Walt Disney. Twelve early production 1964 Mustangs where converted for use on this ride. They were 5F08F cars sequenced 100003 through 100014. Later in the year, the cars were removed and replaced with 65 models. They were converted back to stock and sold used. Some are known to still exist today.