Lot 37 (Imperial War Museum Duxford, 26th July 2017)
Sold for £12,375
(including buyers premium)
Registration No: TGU614E
Chassis No: 7R03T199809
Mot Expiry: Feb 2018
- 3.2-litre (200 ci) straight-six engine and three-speed automatic transmission
- Recently treated to a full service, new timing chain and refurbished braking system
- Rare period alloy wheels; electronic ignition; electric fan and stereo system.
Ford's immortal first generation Mustang was unveiled at the New York World's Fair of April 1964. Soon available in Coupe, Convertible and Fastback guise, it came with a range of straight-six and V8 engines. The eye-catching lefthand drive sale car was imported from California in 2016 and sports a Blue interior matched to Metallic Blue bodywork and refurbished White power hood. The vendor regards the original interior trim, 3.2-litre (200 ci) straight-six engine and three-speed automatic transmission as all being in 'very good' order, the bodywork as 'good', the paintwork as 'average', and informs us that the 'pony car' returns 24mpg. It is an unmolested example that has recently been treated to a full service, new timing chain, refurbished braking system, replacement lock set (with two keys), and an MOT that remains valid into February of next year. The Ford is now offered complete with: rare period alloy wheels; electronic ignition; electric fan and stereo system.
PLEASE NOTE: The Estimate for this vehicle has been reduced to £12,000 - 14,000 due to a change in circumstances for the vendor.