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Value of a 64 mustang

So I have had my 64 mustang in storage for the past 23 years. It is all original except the engine. Pulled out the V6 and put in a 302 V8. I was wondering if anyone had any idea what it might be worth even with the engine change. Thanks
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Its a inline 6 a v6 didn't come in a mustang tell 74.What the car is worth is hard to say with out pictures of it.And is it 4 lug or 5 lug?
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What kind of shape is it in? Why did you put it in storage? If you have the original engine I think it would help the value.

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I would say 4k.

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Are you sure it's a 64? The reason I ask is that when I came across the ad for the 65' I bought it read 64.5 Mustang Convertible. It turns out it is a 65'. What are the last 6 of the VIN? This will tell if it is actually a 64.5' or 65'. What kind of shape is it in? The engine change may have some change in the value. I assume you would be selling it as a daily driver rather than for show? Is it a hardtop, convertible, or fastback (65' only), Color would help, 64 was the pace car year - I assume it is not a pace car. Any information and pictures you can provide would help.
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4k? I think that is a very LOW estimate. LOL Low retail is $7650. The engine swap may drive that lower but if the car is running and in decent shape with no rust I would say you could get close to $7000.

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4k? I think that is a very LOW estimate. LOL Low retail is $7650. The engine swap may drive that lower but if the car is running and in decent shape with no rust I would say you could get close to $7000.

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This vehicle would be in mechanically functional condition, needing only minor reconditioning. The exterior paint, trim, and interior would show normal wear, needing only minor reconditioning. May also be a deteriorated restoration or a very poor amateur restoration. Most usable "as-is".
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LOL.... I think Piggy may even have been NICE at 4! An estimate without facts and pictures is just that, an estimate and honoring the year because that is all we have to go on at this point.

7000? I would say based on the information given I'd offer 1000.00 and HOPE he had a title and a good frame. the Low Retail Value description appears to be right out of NADA.... heck anybody wanna buy my Mach I for 40,000.00??? :nogrinner

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No one in there right mind would pay 7k for a inline 6 unless in prefect shape and driving.It doesn't matter what somethings worth it what some one will pay for it.
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No one in there right mind would pay 7k for a inline 6 unless in prefect shape and driving.It doesn't matter what somethings worth it what some one will pay for it.
Its a 302 now, so originality went down the toilet, and with no pictures no one knows. 64 1/2 someone could of at least put a 289 in it to keep it era correct.

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But a lot of people just change the engine and trans nothing else.That if its the case it lowers the price of the car.
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I'm trying to find out the value of my parents mustang. The car is a 64.5 with 89k original miles on it. It currently has a 289 motor but they have the original 260 motor. It has a 3 speed manual tranny, 4 lug wheels, no rust, some of the glass is cracked but all of it is there, the seats have the running horses design molded into a strip going across the seat back of the seat and its never been wrecked. Basically the car is all original, or we have the original parts, theres a few dings (very few) on the body. It was parked by my grandmother about 20+ years ago then moved to my parents house about 10 years ago and has sat ever since. The paint is faded and the upholstery is popping at the seems everywhere so basically it needs to be all redone. What I'm trying to figure out is what the value of it is and if its worth selling whole or parting out or restoring. The vin is 5F07f181533 if anyone is interested. If anyone knows of a site to go to to help me itemize its value it would be a big help. Thank you all.
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We need pictures of the car to give a real value.It could be worth 300 bucks to 20k just depends the shape its in.
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