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1964 1/2 Ford Mustang Indy Pace Car For Sale

RK Motors Charlotte has the actual 1964 1/2 Ford Mustang that paced the 1964 Indy 500 in their inventory. Offered at a jaw-dropping$1,099,000, the convertible comes equipped with its original 289 cubic-inch V8 and Toploader 4-speed manual transmission. This one-of-a-kind Mustang also features Holman Moody modified brakes and suspension. Dubbed "the most important Mustang in the world", this pony look as great today as it did back in 1964. This is truly a Mustang aficionado 's dream and an awesome addition to any collection.

Per the RK Motors website:

“No matter how impressive a specific collector car is, there’s no such thing as a perfect investment. The very nature of acquiring gains via equity is inherently risky depending on the factors and history affecting an asset. With that in mind, the idea is to find a classic which minimizes risk as much as possible. From an investment mindset, low risk is the major selling point of this 1 of 1 1964.5 Mustang. Never mind the fact that the car was assembled during the first hour of Mustang production. The fact that the car was 1 of 3 convertibles sent to Holman Moody for major modifications and subsequent pace car duty is beside the point. Just because the car was the only Ford Mustang to pace the 1964 Indianapolis 500 and, in the process, became the most modeled Ford in history doesn’t mean all risk is moot. And, just because the car is a fanatically documented piece of automobilia that was driven by Ford Motor Company heir Benson Ford doesn’t make it a risk-less investment. No, what matters most is that the combination of these monumental milestones provides potential buyers with one of the safest and most secure automotive assets on the planet. If you’re shopping for a sure-fire winner, this, “the most significant historic Mustang in the world”, should be the FIRST classic you’re willing to put money on!”

To see the actual listing, check out the following link:!/

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