289 coupe, 289, 2v, auto
The car was purchased new from Collins Ford owned by my grandfather. The owner was a third cousin who just graduated high school. To my understanding the car went to Brown and then to Princeton twice as it was her college car and two of her kids. My father sold his 65 gt convertible in 89 when my brother graduated HS and purchased him a gt convertible 1986. To replace his 65 convertible he picked up old blue from his cousin who still had the car. He went through most of it himself over the next couple of years but it was a driver immediately. Upon graduating law school he passed the car on to me and it stays in my garage most of the time except for the occasional drive down memory lane. Its great having something that you drove when you were 16 as it hasn't changed a bit except for a few upgrades including my controversial cloning of a gt. Say what you will but I kept the upgrades factory even if they aren't meant for that car.
1964 Ford Mustang (blue)
rebuilt the 289 in 92 and it has about 5k miles since then. About to upgrade the carb to a four barrel and I recently installed some aluminum finned valve covers painted like the cobras but came from an early 80s gt. also have borgeson box and disc brakes to install but havent yet.
wood grain steering wheel upgrade, pony door handles, console, am fm cassette classic design,
base coat clear. factory wheels, dual exhaust, gt stripes, rocker molding(I know they were not offered in combo with the stripes. I still like them). GT badges, rear valance, fog lights, exhaust trumpets
AM FM cassette
replaced with normal monroe years ago
Wheel and Tire
not stock but some 75s white walls. 14" legendary wheels upgrade.