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Old 01-22-2013, 09:01 PM   #36
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Nobody is saying they didn't do the previous ani years on 4's and 9's. I even said even though the first year is actually a '65 I know they didn't do them on 0's and 5's. Idk why they've always done it like that even though the first Mustang have VIN's stamped 1965.
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'99 was 35th, '04 was 40th (right before the redesign), '09 45th, I don't know if this is stated anywhere but the '14 (right b4 the redesign) would only make since to be the 50th to boost sells before the 15 comes out. They'll prolly have a crazy color like they did in 04 w comp orange.. Worked on me lol. Had my 04 comp orange GT for 7 years before I trade up
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'99 was 35th, '04 was 40th (right before the redesign), '09 45th, I don't know if this is stated anywhere but the '14 (right b4 the redesign) would only make since to be the 50th to boost sells before the 15 comes out. They'll prolly have a crazy color like they did in 04 w comp orange.. Worked on me lol. Had my 04 comp orange GT for 7 years before I trade up
I could see them doing that too, they like to do special colors for specialty cars. But yeah that's what I meant by they've always done 4's and 9's. It was like that earlier than '99 too.
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I could see them doing that too, they like to do special colors for specialty cars. But yeah that's what I meant by they've always done 4's and 9's. It was like that earlier than '99 too.
Yup.. And the cobra was '93, '98, ' and 03 I think?
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Yup.. And the cobra was '93, '98, ' and 03 I think?
Yes sir
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We're amazed at the misconceptions ahoof about those early classic Mustangs; those classified ads worded "For Sale--1964 Mustang. . ." or enthusiasts boasting about their super-rare '64-1/2. Truth is, there has never been a '64 Mustang, ever. And honestly, whom are you kidding? The '64-1/2 Mustang isn't any more rare than one of its '65 counterparts. In fact, there are no '64-1/2 Mustangs at all; that title was coined by enthusiasts. The '64-1/2 Mustang is simply an early-production unit without the refinements that came later. And another thing, Ford never built a production '64-1/2 Mustang fastback.

Truth is, the '64-1/2 Mustang lacks some of the nice engineering refinements and features those post-July '64 steeds have, such as an alternator charging system, a better engine-to-bellhousing marriage, an adjustable passenger seat, and a host of other items.

Read more: http://www.mustangmonthly.com/thehis...#ixzz2IlOc6OYK

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I did read it lol, I read it when it was posted months ago. I see your point, but some website isn't as credible to me as Ford. This person says there are no 64s or 64.5s, only 65s and essentially a model before a 65. Well, what number comes before 65? 64.

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I did read it lol, I read it when it was posted months ago. I see your point, but some website isn't as credible to me as Ford. This person says there are no 64s or 64.5s, only 65s and essentially a model before a 65. Well, what number comes before 65? 64.

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How about we wait to see what happens =}
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This does not make sense to me. I think the last model of the generation SHOULD be an anniversary. If the 2015 is going to be world wide, have IRS, and be the paradigm Ford wants it to be, it is a total shift. A whole new beast. We use the 2014 to celebrate the last 50 years. The 2015 looks ahead to the next 50.
I agree with this, very well said.
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Why is the 64 1/2 so hard for people to understand? Of course there is no official 1964 1/2 model from Ford. But essentially there were 3 production runs of the 1965 mustang. The first one was produced during what would normally have been the 2nd production run of a model year.
Typically Summer of 2012 produces 2013 models for sale in Fall of 2012 and Spring of 2013 produces 2nd production run of 2013 models for sale through summer of 2013.
They produced a car (Mustang) early, built in early 1964 and not in the summer of 1964. This car was based on the Falcon and still had some features, such as the Generator and instrument panel, etc. The 2nd production run was in the Summer of 1964 (typically a 1st production run), alternator was introduced along with the fastback. Then in the early 1965, the 3rd production of the 1965 was produced and then standard mfg took over.
So yeah, the 1964 1/2, for lack of a better term, is somewhat unique and meaningful to some people. But basically it's a bare bones first version of the 1965 Mustang. I think the term 1964 1/2 is easier to use to identify, rather than 1965 1st, 1965 2nd and 3rd production.
Ford has always used the 1964 year to celebrate the anniversary, it's an anniversary of the introduction. Since the 2014 pricing has come out and there is no mention of an anniversary model, it should be safe to assume that the 2015 model will be the 50th model celebrating the anniversary.
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How about we wait to see what happens =}
Now where would fun be in that?
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It's your link and your twisting the words.. You sir have zero creditably with me... Good day.
It's someone else's link I am reposting. One could describe it as twisting the words, but I am giving my view on what they wrote-what I agree and disagree on. And as hurt as I am that a stranger on the internet thinks I have zero credibility regardless of what I write, post, have written or have posted, I will survive. Thank you.

I get the terminology for it, but with actual registration of the vehicles, is there a 64 or are they all 65s?
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It's someone else's link I am reposting. One could describe it as twisting the words, but I am giving my view on what they wrote-what I agree and disagree on. And as hurt as I am that a stranger on the internet thinks I have zero credibility regardless of what I write, post, have written or have posted, I will survive. Thank you.

I get the terminology for it, but with actual registration of the vehicles, is there a 64 or are they all 65s?
With actual registration there is only '65 and up, nothing before then.
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Now where would fun be in that?
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With actual registration there is only '65 and up, nothing before then.
Not to be rude, but how certain are we on this? I mean, it would be ignorant of me to just believe someone on a forum...I can honestly say I do not know.

But, just curious, as that would solve a lot of my questions on Why and also raise some for Ford.
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Not to be rude, but how certain are we on this? I mean, it would be ignorant of me to just believe someone on a forum...I can honestly say I do not know.

But, just curious, as that would solve a lot of my questions on Why and also raise some for Ford.
Well I know my great grandmother had one of the "64.5" models that my uncle fully restored for her a couple years back and it was actually '65 on the VIN and registration.
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Well I know my great grandmother had one of the "64.5" models that my uncle fully restored for her a couple years back and it was actually '65 on the VIN and registration.
Wait, you said 64 1/2, I didn't think those existed, there is no such thing.
Do you have a picture of your Great Grandmother in the car?
Do you have a picture of the VIN?

You must establish credibility and use the proper terminology.
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Wait, you said 64 1/2, I didn't think those existed, there is no such thing.
Do you have a picture of your Great Grandmother in the car?
Do you have a picture of the VIN?

You must establish credibility and use the proper terminology.
I put 64.5 in quotes cuz that's what people would call it, she bought it new when they first came out for $2,000. No I don't have any pictures, I live on the Eastern Shore of MD and she lives on the other side of MD and the car now lives with my uncle in Florida. I know she used to drive it in parades back in the day so I'll ask my family if they have pictures I can post.
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It's also entirely plausible that due to the advanced ordering/building/shipping of current model years(14s started production this week) that the 2nd production cycle could be for the intro of Anniversary edition. Since this is the 50th, I would expect more than just a badge oand special color. Maybe a package grouping or unique color and interior. Who knows other than the marketing team and powers that be at Ford. Just hope we see the redesign early enough that I can still order a 14 if I dont like it.
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I put 64.5 in quotes cuz that's what people would call it, she bought it new when they first came out for $2,000. No I don't have any pictures, I live on the Eastern Shore of MD and she lives on the other side of MD and the car now lives with my uncle in Florida. I know she used to drive it in parades back in the day so I'll ask my family if they have pictures I can post.
Dude, I believed you the first time, I was poking fun at the whole thread. Where on the eastern shore. I lived in Annapolis from 98-04. That's awesome that the car is still in the family.
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Dude, I believed you the first time, I was poking fun at the whole thread. Where on the eastern shore. I lived in Annapolis from 98-04. That's awesome that the car is still in the family.
I know you were lol. I live in Denton now used to live in Greensboro, Glen Burnie before that on the other side of the bridge from 2000-2005 Arbutus before that from 1994-2000.
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I know you were lol. I live in Denton now used to live in Greensboro, Glen Burnie before that on the other side of the bridge from 2000-2005 Arbutus before that from 1994-2000.
I had a buddy that owned an old 3 story bed and breakfast in Denton for several years. He sold it since then.
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I had a buddy that owned an old 3 story bed and breakfast in Denton for several years. He sold it since then.
Ha I live in an old three story not counting the basement lol. A lot of old Victorians. I know there used to be a bed and breakfast down the road from me.
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