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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-13-2015, 07:12 PM Thread Starter
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Need '64-1/2 for 2-3 day display

I've been contacted by a local Ford dealership (Marysville) that will be having their grand re-opening at their new address starting May 1st. They are looking for a stock, show condition '64-1/2. It will be in their showroom, displayed behind stanchions, next to a 2015. Preferably all 3 days, but at least Saturday May 2nd.

I know of a few '65s, but few actual '64-1/2s in the area that are in the condition they want (as in, not in pieces and stock). They do realize that many '65s can pass off to casual observers as a '64-1/2...and they may need to just use a '65 instead.

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Talked to them today and they are waiting on the occupancy permit .

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For all practical purposes, I think a '65 would suffice just fine..

The casual average Joe does not know the difference, and even most car junkies..

A '65 would be just fine.. I would try and get one that has the "clip-on" door handles..

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Hmmm, my brother's F-code 64.5 'vert looks pretty much stock, aside from the Torque Thrusts, not quite Ivy Green paint, and some Holman-Moody valve covers... sharp car in dark green and Palomino, rally-pac and console.


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I was going to contact them later this week and make sure they found one.


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