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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 05-21-2019, 11:41 AM Thread Starter
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64 1/2 or 65 Can’t tell

I’m needing some help with the vin number on my old mustang. I can’t tell if it’s a 64 1/2 or a 65.
The vin number is *6F07T364062*
Please let me know if you can help me out
You can text me at+19106855928
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1964 Ford Mustang VIN Decoder - MustangAttitude.com Data Explorer I could be reading this wrong, but it seems your vin is for 1966 with a 200 ci 6 cyl. I believe 1964 1/2 had a generator. 1966 Ford Mustang VIN Decoder - MustangAttitude.com Data Explorer
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yes, the 6 at the beginning of the VIN tells you it's a 66. If there was any question about it being a 64 1/2, the T engine code would rule that out, as that was not an option at that time.
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yes, the 6 at the beginning of the VIN tells you it's a 66. If there was any question about it being a 64 1/2, the T engine code would rule that out, as that was not an option at that time.
Yup, 66 model year
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Lol, what a double take of a thread. Option C it is.
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Iím needing some help with the vin number on my old mustang. I canít tell if itís a 64 1/2 or a 65.
The vin number is *6F07T364062*
Please let me know if you can help me out
You can text me at+19106855928
Thanks

The answer to his question is so obvious I find it hard to believe it's an honest question. By providing a phone number it appears he is phishing for suckers.
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... it appears he is phishing for suckers.
I couldn't agree more. I believe that people are inherently lazy or want quick satisfaction. The time it would take to register on VMF and write a post is WAY harder than just googling the dang VIN and getting a response. Something doesn't tick with the OP.

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Personally, I think the forum could be improved by having a sticky about how to answer the two most basic questions: "Is this a ##?" and "What's it worth?" If I invented the internet, I'd block those two questions from ever being someone's first post.

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I've joined several forums that will not let you post until you post in the introductions sub-forum. I love that idea. If you want to join up and be a member here, start by introducing yourself.
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Perhaps if it is a troll sign up that phone number on one of those nefarious websites that want your phone number and let it get trolled.
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I had communication with him. Apparently he's a person with no knowledge of early Mustangs, has a relative's car that had been in one spot for years, in rough condition with a pile of new parts, and very limited income or resources to do anything with it. Wrestling with taking forever to fix, or making next to nothing imparting it on someone else, or watching it rot... or, he's picking at the wrong place looking for the uninformed sucker. Apron is stamped with same number and the door tag, decoded as a 66 T code with a 3 speed and 2:80 rear in Vintage Burgundy with black standard interior.

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I had communication with him. Apparently he's a person with no knowledge of early Mustangs, has a relative's car that had been in one spot for years, in rough condition with a pile of new parts, and very limited income or resources to do anything with it. Wrestling with taking forever to fix, or making next to nothing imparting it on someone else, or watching it rot... or, he's picking at the wrong place looking for the uninformed sucker. Apron is stamped with same number and the door tag, decoded as a 66 T code with a 3 speed and 2:80 rear in Vintage Burgundy with black standard interior.

I apologize for misclassifying him. He should have provided that information in his original post.
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...He should have provided that information in his original post.
True.
Posting a vague "what's this?" or "what's it worth?" post here is kind of like walking into a room full of doctors and saying, "I have this itch...is it fatal?" but how would a fella know, I guess?
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It appears he is not familiar with early Mustangs from what I have read. I can't really tell the difference between a 64,65, or 66 myself. They kinda look the same for the early models. Just with different engine options and small things that differ them I believe. Hope we can help you with any other questions you have, Jason!
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