VIN & Picture Gallery


VIN & Picture Gallery

64 1/2 pictured Mustang Registry
This Gallery includes the owner description and pictures of the cars. You will find everything starting from a rusty hulk, up to a perfect show car. If you like to see more picture from a special car, just send me an email and I will see what I can do...

We made it - 1000 cars are now online - I will try to migrate them from the old website into a new format!

Thanks a lot for supporting my registry. Here is what will happen now!

# If you only want to get registered whith your data (VIN & Data plate), just send it to me and I will put it in the brand new online database.
# For those who like to show their own cars with picture & description here they have to meet some requirements as follows:

1. Minimum 50 words of description is required
2. Complete date plate info is required
3. Minimum resolution (JPG) of 1024x768 is required

The other criterium to stay or get in is to have a "Bonus" car like:

1. Pace Cars
2. K-Codes
3. Export Cars (DSO 91-99)
4. T5's (Also those with DSO 15 sold to Military Export Service)
5. 84 or 86 DSO-Code (Home Office Reserve, Transportation Service, Factory Show Car)
6. First week production Dearborn (New York Fair car, Race cars, Movie cars)
7. All Cars with a six digit DSO
8. New Country of Location (China?)

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1964 1/2 Ford Mustang Hardtop VIN: 5F07D117021

Vehicle Description
1965 Mustang – 289 Engine
Black with gold stripes/red Leather interior, Automatic Transmission, power steering. Radio and back up lights do not work. A slight 2-inch dent on drivers door. No other dents on the body. Driver’s side window works, but needs adjusting. Frame rails, floor pans, trunk, shock towers, torque boxes solid are rust free. No bondo in car, The motor was rebuilt in 1988 tranny overhauled in 1989 / 1993 new gas tank. The car run, drive, steer, shift and ride smoothly. Small leak in transmission line. The numbers do match the car. New rear springs in 1997. In 05/98 New Radiator installed.

Added: April 29th 2007


1964 1/2 Ford Mustang Hardtop VIN: 5F07D116628

Vehicle Description
This is a 64 ½ Ford Mustang. I purchased this car for my daughter, who turns 16 in 4 months. Here are the details about the car that I know: The car is a 64 ½ “D” Code car. According to one “Restoration Guide”, “The D-Code 289ci four-barrel engine could easily be the rarest engine option since it was available only during April through September of 1964.” The “D” stands for 289 4 Barrel Carburetor. As I understand it, this was only used on the 64 ½. This car has a generator, not an alternator. The car is almost rust free. I say almost because there is a little rust on the doors and the trunk lid. The paint is in awful condition and it looks like the car has been re-painted. I installed new tie rod ends on the car about a month ago. The car has an air conditioner (not working at this time) and power steering. The power steering control valve does leak a bit and I have the repair kit for it. I have a new front valance panel to replace the one on there now. The motor is strong, but it does smoke just a bit when you jump on it. I just put a new Edelbrock Performer carburetor on. It has stock manifolds and dual exhaust. The transmission drips a little, but I think that is from sitting. I have the original radio, but it is not working. The wheels are aluminum. The tires are shot. The worst thing on the car is the left rear quarter panel. It looks like the car was rear-ended at some point. I think this is a “California Car”.

Added: April 29th 2007


1964 1/2 Mustang Hardtop VIN: 5F07D116564

Vehicle Description
This 1964 1/2 Ford Mustang, a California car, is equipped with the original 289 V8 engine with a 4 barrel carburator. The original engine, transmission and carburator were rebuilt at about 126.000 original miles. The car is equipped with a generator. The original AM radio works very well; the speaker and antenna were replaced. Four original "spinner" hubcaps and original gas cap adorn this pale yellow beauty. The shifter for the "Cruise-O-Mmatic" transmission is mounted on the floor "console". The car has been in the possession of the same owner for over 20 years, has been well cared for, and kept in a garage. This car drives beautifully and is in excellent condition! Most of the car's black interior has been replaced including seat covers, carpets, dashpad, and headliner. The fuel tank has also been replaced. Everything is original except the exhaust system, horn button and an extra-large radiator. The car still takes regular gas, so we add a lead additive. The car was purchased by us in 1983 in California. Since moving east we have always kept in in a heated garage and it has never driven in snow. There are no dents on the body. The driver's door is not original, but is from another Mustang prior to the 1983 purchase. Also, one fender was replaced. The car was painted in 1995 and the paint is starting to show some fine cracks on the front edge of the hood. There are some beginning signs of rust in a small area on both rear rocker panels, in the door post window gutter (driver's side), and some rust in the floor pans.

Added: April 29th 2007


1964 1/2 Mustang Hardtop VIN: 5F07D116546

Vehicle Description
1964 Mustang Coupe in mint condition. Current owner purchased this car in Los Angeles in 1986 while vacationing and brought it back to Cleveland. Vehicle has been stored for past 18 years and used only as occasional driver. Driven only in good weather conditions. This beautiful car turned 40 this past April. This car`s engine is 289 V8, 4 speed, 4 barrel. Engine was completely rebuilt in 1986 when the vehicle was totally restored. It has a generator and power steering. The original color was poppy red. New dual exhaust system was installed in 1994.

Door tag info
Body 65A Early model
Date 20D Built 4/20/64 (records state Mustang production began 4/17/64)
DSO 71 Shipped to L.A. California
Trans 3:001
4 SPD Manual
Odometer reading: Original odometer broke at approx. 48,000 miles. Replacement odometer read 93,000 miles when purchased in 1986. Odometer currently reads 97,812 miles. We estimate actual mileage to be around 53,000 miles. However, title reads mileage unknown.
This car is in excellent condition. Solid, accident/rust free collectors car with original rebuilt engine! The engine & transmission perform flawlessly. The car runs and drives like it should.

EXTERIOR: Chrome is in excellent condition. Exterior paint is in excellent condition; it does have minor rust bubbles on the bottom of the driver`s door (it is shown on picture circled with an arrow pointing to it), but there are absolutely no dents. Undercarriage looks great, very solid. This car has never seen snow and it is an original California car.

INTERIOR: Black vinyl is like new, and excellent condition. Clean, solid, rust free trunk.

Added: April 29th 2007


1964 1/2 Ford Mustang Hardtop VIN: 5F07D115728

Vehicle Description
Early Production Number 1964 1/2 Classic Mustang. 289 V8, bored out to 302. All records included from 1976 - present. Pony interior. Recently rebuilt transmission. New oversize radiator and cooling system parts. Chrome American Racing rims, plus spare set of OEM rims. Front and rear air shocks. Dual exhaust. Rebuilt 4-barrel carburetor. The Engine is very good. This is a great car to have and a worthwhile investment. No rust. Needs paint job. Minor dings and minimal body work needed at passenger door handle and passenger fender. Roof has been sanded, but needs more attention. Needs new carpet - could also use new headliner soon. Power steering, power brakes. No A/C. Has been a California car since 76 (excluding 1 winter). Prior to 76, I'm not sure where it lived. Original engine, rebuilt in 77. All windows/glass is in great condition.

Added: April 29th 2007
Posted by: Klaus


1964 1/2 Mustang Hardtop VIN: 5F07D115099

Vehicle Description
This is an all original 1964 1/2 Mustang in "turn key" condition. It has the correct 1964 1/2 details; generator, seatbelts and horns mounted on the frame. I have owned the car since 1997. Since that time the car has had new paint, new tires and new brakes. The motor and transmission were rebuilt 1998. In February of 2004 I had the rear end broke down, inspected and rebuilt. I restored it mainly to be a cruiser and to enter into local shows The glass is all original Autolite and in perfect condition. The seats have their orginal coverings and are flawless. I replaced the carpet in 1999 with an OEM replacement. The new exhaust was installed in February of 2004 (car still has orginal manifolds). In seven years of owning the car I have never driven in in the rain or snow. The radio is the only non original item installed. The dash has not been modified and the new owner could install a reproduction or orginal radio. The specs on the drive train are as follows - 3:00 gear ratio rear end; C4 automatic transmission; 289 cubic inch V8 engine. The paint code is pagoda green but in my opinion is turquoise blue. The car is perfectly straight with no filler or bondo. The paint is 99% perfect with only two small chips on the trunk lid. Mechanically the car is in "drive anywhere shape". I have replaced all hoses and belts over the past 3 years. The car does not leak fluids of any kind. The car does smoke a very small amount a start up.

Added: April 29th 2007


1964 1/2 Ford Mustang Hardtop VIN: 5F07D114887

Vehicle Description
Rare 1964 ½ D-Code Mustang Coupe The cas was produced in the first two weeks of Production (April 16,1964) and was delivered to houston Texas. The car is complete and unmolested.
Mechanical: Car has 289 4 barrel from the factory. Equipped w/ auto transmission, power steering and factory air conditioning. Car was started about a year ago. Engine runs fine, shifts into gear. But transmission leaks. Needs exhaust system, has factory since exhaust. Air conditioning is complete but don’t know if it works (factory ford a/c, not after market) To my knowledge everything else is ok. Car was originally wimbledon white, now red. Paint is shot, needs complete re-paint. The car is virtually rust free, small area of rust at the bottom of rear window (see pics) and quarter size rust spots in the bottom of each door (typical area) quarter panels and trunk area, rust free! There are no other areas of rust on this car. Chrome is all there except for F-O-R-D on hood. Bumpers are perfect but front needs re-chromed taillight rims need replacing. All glass is intact and good (one small rock chip in windshield). Original hubcaps. Interior: All original! (Red) Seats are perfect, needs arm rests and headliner. Has original radio (factory AM) and steering wheel. Both are in good condition. Carpet is good but needs to be dyed. Has factory console. Glove box is still good. - I have had the car for about five years. (Was going to be a project for my fifteen-year-old son and me). The car shows 58,000 original miles. Looking at the wear I firmly believe this is correct.

Added: April 29th 2007


1964 1/2 Mustang Hardtop VIN: 5F07D114455

Vehicle Description
This neat little 1964 1/2 Mustang Coupe has a 289 4-spd - A/C and Rally Pac! The Mustang is hosted in Carmel, California. It was in storage in Monterey, California for approximately 15 years by the grandson of the original owner. He inherited the the car in the early 80's and proceeded to start fixing it up but lost interest and there it sat.

It has some quite unique and desirable features including 289 V8 engine, factory 4 spd transmission, dealer installed Air Conditioning, and original Rally Pac gauges mounted on the steering column. The serial number is 5F07D114455 indicating that it is an early car, hence it is titled as a 1964 Ford. It is still titled in California. The "D" indicates a 4 BBL carb and interestingly, it has the 4 BBL manifold but is fitted with an adaptor to accept a 2 BBL carb. I just replaced the head gaskets due to a leak in one and was able to inspect the cylinders and found virtually no ridge or wear. In the receipts that I found in the glove box, there was a receipt for a complete engine rebuild in the early 80's.

The car runs and drives good although I haven't taken it any distance. It has a recent brake job and has new tires. The exhaust is very good and the clutch feels fine. The transmission shifts good although the 1st gear synchros might be worn a little and the reverse lockout "T" handle on the shifter is broken. The radiator is new and the motor sounds strong. The original radio is in place but doesn't work and the Air Conditioning, although all there, is not working. The lights all work as do the wipers and the Rally Tachometer even works.

The car sports its original color of Rangoon Red but the paint is 20 or 30 years old and quite faded so it does need paint. I've included some close ups of the body to show several flaws in the metal. The front corners of each door have some bubbling but it appears to be confined to the outer skin only. The front and rear lower corners of the rear wheel openings also have a little rust spot. Although there is a little area of rust on the front of the floor pan, the rest of the undercarriage is clean and solid as you would expect a California car to be.

A complete new interior was installed in 1986 and is still very nice with only some fading on the carpet and some wear on the beading of the driver's seat back. The glass is all good and I just installed new bumpers, new taillight bezels, new gas door, new rear view mirror and some new emblems. The engine compartment was cleaned but needs detailing. With a new paint job and some detailing, this would make a great fun car and a desirable muscle car. Added: April 29th 2007


1964 1/2 Ford Mustang Hardtop VIN: 5F07D114115

Vehicle Description
'64 1/2 Mustang with a built 302 and a T-5, 5-speed transmission. This Mustang has a Shelby kit, brand new JBA headers still in the box, and only has 200 miles since re-built.This car is in running condition, only needing a new radiator, a paint job, and some assembly.

Added: April 6th 2007


1964 1/2 Ford Mustang Hardtop VIN: 5F07D114098

Vehicle Description
Hi, my name is Janne Nieminen and I'm proud to present the first Finnish Mustang in your 64 1/2 registry! I have had my 64½ since January 1990. when it came from her first owner Mr. D. Cowser San Diego California. Nowadays the name in the registration card belongs to my wife...

Data Plate information:
# VIN: 5F07D114098
# Year: 5 1965 (1964 1/2)
# Plant: F Dearborn, MI
# Body Series: 07 2 Door Hardtop
# Engine: 260 2v V8
# Unit: 195469 Consecutive production number 195469

Miscellaneous Vehicle Data
# Body: 65A 2 Door Hardtop, Standard Interior
# Color: M Wimbledon White
# Trim: 86 Black Crinkle Vinyl, Standard Interior
# Date: 10G July 10, 1964
# D.S.O: 71 Los Angeles
# Axle: 1 3.00:1, Conventional
# Trans: 6 C4 Automatic

After her first owner, our White Lady was just like 25 year old car can be imaginable. Driven, but fortunately quite untouchable. Not even one electric wire wasn't changed or added. I had to put one extra wire, because windshield washer wasn't ordered in sunny California, but here in Finland roadlaw says that you should have it. Same reason forced to change headlights for H4 style.
She has had a new paint here in Finland, original paint was very worn, but thanks to her first home in San Diego there was very little rust. Engine was never opened, and it was very end of running but nothing was broken. We made full upbuilt in quite original style and parts. Interior was the worst part of her, I have changed headliner, mat, trunk mat and seat upholsters here in Finland. Radio is also on it's place. On the outside all chrome things, badges and wheel hubs are original. Car is almost matching numbers, generator, starter, carburator and radiator have changed, but the old ones are in safe place. Also have owner's manual, original licence plates and frames from University Ford, San Diego Ca. I would say, that she is not a shiny pearl or caramel, but has been very reliable and clean member of family for our Summer cruises in 15 years and about 65,000 miles... Some of you might know, that driving in winter with a Mustang is not necessarily nice here in north part of Europe. If you like to contact me or my club your are wellcome at: or

Added: April 29th 2007
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