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The First Mustang Sold To The General Public?

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Soaring:
Tucker bought the first one to roll off the line.  Not necessarily the first one sold.  The VIN on the first one to roll off the line on March 9 of 64 was 5F08F100001.  The one Jim's link lists is #212.  Did Ford really produce 212 Mustangs on March 9th?  Was the car ordered before the 17th?  At any rate Tucker bought the first one to roll off the line and supposedly #212 was the first one sold, neither of which either would be worth that much.    

Thierry:
 Shelby cars reached incredible prices but a regular 260c.i. Mustang is certainly not worth that much being the first one or not doesn't make a difference. I doubt they will sell it for this amount.

Soaring:
They are not interested in selling it, or the price would not be so much.  It's just a ploy to further advertise the roots of the Mustang to make the current Mustangs seem more valuable in the future.  Even the new Bullitt 08 Mustang will never be more than a stock line Mustang compared to the early ones, but the early ones are not worth nearly what they are advertising.  Hell, I would rather have an early Corvette at 99 percent off that price.  Can you imagine having a 1954 6 banger Corvette?   ;D

rich96cobra:
"Hell, I would rather have an early Corvette at 99 percent off that price" :o

I agree 100%, I mean a car is only worth what people are willing to give for it. Can you see someone in my garage saying to me, "rich nice stang, yeah I gave a gazillion dollars for it and it was the first one off the line.....I think?????"  HAHA!!  ;D

A nice 2003 mustang cobra, yeah baby!!  If I had a vette, I would sell it get me a 2008 cobra!

Rich

mustangluver:
ive heard that one of the original 64 1/2 is at SMU in tx

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