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Old 11-09-2012, 01:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I recently found the link below and wanted to know if anyone has confirmed or denied that it is accurate or accurate but with the following discrepencies....

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Yup. The hood and headlight bezels changed during mid 64. There were many changes along the line on the very early Mustangs. Part of the charm!


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So true! Although she was a massed produced vehicle, she is still rather unique. There are so many "64 1/2" features on her that I started refering to her as a 64 3/4.
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There is a lot of info on 64 1/2 vs 65 differences on this PAGE.
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Old 11-12-2012, 12:30 AM   #5 (permalink)
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I appreciate the link. As I restore my pony, I'm trying to identify all of the date codes and features, so the more I know what to look for the better!

P.S. I'll be moving (along with my Winbledon White pony) to the Frankfurt, Germany area next year. See you on the Autobahn when I visit Holland. (I'll be in the right-hand lane going about 85 kph!)
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