1964 1/2 Mustang K-code Value
by Michael Robinson
I have a 1964 1/2 Mustang. It is the hi-po model. I know this from the letter K in the serial number.
I also have the pivot ring in the gas cap.
Unfortunately I need to sell my baby. The Mustang is fully restored and has been put back to complete stock. It even has red line tires on the original mags.
How much do you think it would be worth ?Answer:
If your car is a true 1964 1/2 Mustang K-code, value in immaculate condition, will be worth significantly more than either the six cylinder or 260 cubic inch V8 restored cars in similar condition.
You didn't mention whether or not the car was a convertible or a coupe and that can make a big difference as well (the convertible being generally worth more).
As a note, typically, the 1964 1/2 cars will have no retaining ring on the gas cap, but I have seen one that did, so that's not necessarily saying that it isn't a real early Mustang.
Just something, along with the other ways to identify a 1964 1/2 Mustang
that you can use to help prove it to a prospective buyer.K Code Mustang Prices
Figuring out a good place to start for prices, means you need to do your homework, which you are starting to do here. I'd suggest checking several things, including, Craigslist from several areas, the NADA guide, ebay and possibly getting the car appraised by a local certified classic car appraiser.
I'd also suggest that you contact your local Mustang clubs and see what information they can provide.
From what I've seen, you could be looking at anywhere from the low $30's to high $50's (US dollars) for a genuine K-code Mustang.
Good Luck!Return from 1964 1/2 Mustang K-code Value to Ford Mustang