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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-09-2017, 02:28 PM Thread Starter
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1964.5 Mustang

I have a 64.5 Mustang. I'd like to keep it as original as possible. (It's the shell only so far) how can I decode it? And is the 65 floor the same as the 64.5?
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On the driver side apron on the top is a VIN number, this number will decode it.
And yes the floor is the same in most aspects, it will work. I put a complete floor pan in from ThoroughbredGT in mine. It is completely spot welded together with frame rails trunk pan with drop offs.
It is a very nice piece, expensive but worth it when you figure in all the labor to piece all the stuff together, and time assembling it. Plus it is put together on a jig so you know it's right on. Fit like a champ as well.
If you have to replace it all this is the only way to go.
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The VIN will only give you certain information (like style & engine), but you will need the warranty tag to get more info (like exterior & interior color).
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