1964.5 CONVERTIBLE 5F08F100145 FOR SALE ON EBAY FOR 4.5 MILLION DOLLARS. THOUGHTS ANYONE? Item number: 220356756601
Chuck Carter, www.1964mustangs.com
Bought, sold and restored over 55 classic 1964-1966 Mustangs. Current owner of 14 classic Mustangs, including two 1964.5 Mustang Indy 500 Pace car coupes and two 1964.5 Mustang convertibles built on the first day of production, serials 5F08F100280 and 5F08U100465, the earliest known 1964.5 U-code Mustang convertible known to exist today......
It's clearly an obsession...
Whats in your garage?
This car has similar hand-assembly techniques as the newly discovered 05C pre-production prototype Mustang convertible and we feel that this car is also in the elite group of being one of the first few Mustang pre-production convertibles built
I just listed mine for 7 million cause it's F A S T.
1966 Mustang 2+2
“Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well-preserved body. But rather, to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up,totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming .... WOW what a ride.”
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How on earth can this car get almost as much as that newly found Bugatti?
It's just not THAT rare or unique.
Ah well, I'll just write a check. Just stand back 20 feet after it hits the ground..... Long lost Bugatti
[/SIGPIC]67 Fastback GT -- original colour (Frost Turquoise), orig engine. Pic is of me and the Mustang taken in summer of '67, with original F70-14 Wide Ovals. Same car is now restored to "as new" but 3 speed tranny swapped out for 4 gear, with tach dash, original Equalock rear, Opentracker UCA, LCA, roller perches and idler arm, with roller bearing pedal cluster, Cibie headlights, 4100 carb (old 4300 put in storage probably forever)
Location: The woods of the Finger Lakes, western NY
I have previously dubbed this the "Lone Moron Sales Theory".
All the seller needs is one person (the lone moron) to think it's worth that much, and he's RICH . He's got about as much a chance of hooking that one moron as he has of hooking a trophy blue marlin in his bathtub...but maybe it's worth a try.
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