The Ford Mustang Coupe 1964 is an iconic example of the American muscle car. This '60s legend has long inspired admiration and awe with its sleek, dynamic design, powerful engine and agile driving capabilities. From its bold, chrome-trimmed grille to its towering rear-end, the Mustang stands out in vintage car culture. The Ford Mustang Coupe 1964 is powered by the venerable Ford-built 289 V8 engine which packs plenty of power for such a lightweight car. It has a four-speed manual transmission and a limited-slip differential, making for a responsive, thrilling driving experience. The Mustang has independent front suspension and a solid rear axle for agile handling at any speed. With its low stance and crisp bodylines, the Mustang looks as good on the street as it handles on the track. Inside, the classic Mustang has two sizable bucket seats trimmed in a variety of colors. The cabin is simple, yet elegant, and features a vast array of gauges and gauges. The instrument cluster has three clockwise motion dials, safety warning lights, engine temperature, oil pressure and fuel gauge. The sleek steering wheel sits atop a simple gearshift with a chrome trim. The Ford Mustang Coupe 1964 is an American classic that still turns heads today. Its dynamic design, powerful engine and agile driving capabilities make it an excellent choice for any car enthusiast. Whether you're looking for a weekend cruiser or an all-out track car, the Mustang will deliver the performance and enjoyment you desire.
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