My mother in law is trying to sell her mustang but we don't have any idea what to list it for. Is there a website like kbb to determine value of classic cars? It's a 64.5 Mustang convertible Pony Edition, restored about 15 years ago with all original Mustang parts(even tires), powder blue, white top, black interior, 289 4 bbl, auto trans. My Mother in law has owned it since 1972, and she's the 2nd owner. Any ideas what this car might be worth?
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Well it's really hard to say what it will bring. As the owner of a 64 1/2 convertible and having owned a number of others I would say you'll get offers from $15K to $25K. Many people will try and get it at a bargin price. The one buyer your looking for wants a neat color combo and the V/8 of course. If by "pony edition" you mean that it has the pony interior then that's not original but shouldn't really effect the price. You should post more pics on here asking opinions and you may stir up that buyer your looking for.
Love it! Ordered my 64 1/2 (sig pic) convertible in May 64. Far as I know the pony interior was true 65 option. Many people put pony upholstery on their 64 1/2 or 65 because they like it...good reason!
That's a beautiful car, in the early 60's I had a diamond blue (we called it powder blue) 56 Ford Sunliner (convertible). Back then they called the deluxe series Fairlane.
My '64 1/2 vert. Ordered May '64. D code 4 speed, handling package, caspian blue, accent group, Ford blue manual top.
'68 vert. driver. Owned since '77. C code AT, AC, PS, P disc B, PT lime gold, standard black interior and top. NOS RF fender and left quarter.New top and folding glass.
Post a few more picture of the car. Inside the interior and under the hood.
What engine & trans in the car?
Original engine ? rebuilt ? how many miles etc...
What options does the car have ? A/C P/S console, etc...
The more info you can give us the better idea we can give you on the price.
Bryan, I'd say it's been repainted. The pinchweld is not blacked out.
There's been several documented cases of factory paint being special ordered. Like you, I am sure this car has been repainted but I suppose it's (slightly) POSSIBLE it is the original color, although I doubt it.
The original poster was asking value. If this car has been painted a non-original color...THAT IS A MAJOR HIT ON ITS' VALUE.
Since it appears YOUR color is Skylight Blue, you are familiar with the fact that it is almost white. THAT CAR IS A BRIGHT CAROLINA BLUE and I doubt lighting can do that.
Yes, my car when painted was ordered as Starmist Blue-a color I saw on a 57 T-Bird and liked it. It is far from looking white, and again, poor camera exposure. Blow up pic and the color on valance-driver side- is "close" to what it really is. Starmist-59 and Skylight Blue-64 are the same. Maybe the color is off on that car but it still looks damn good. To get a good look at that color, Jason Z a member of the Chicago area group created the Mustang color chart ala pics of them. He did a helluva good job. There's a pic of a 64.5 in that color and it pretty much nails it.
So guess you win the discussion. lol.
You did not say if it runs or not. If not how long has it been sitting?
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