What is a 1999 35th Anniversary Mustang worth?

What is a 1999 35th Anniversary Mustang worth?

1999 Ford Mustang Retail Prices

Trim MSRP Invoice
Convertible RWD $21,595 $19,282
GT 35th Anniversary Limited Edition Convertible RWD $25,395 $22,664
Coupe RWD $16,995 $15,103
GT 35th Anniversary Limited Edition Coupe RWD $21,395 $19,104

What is a 65 Mustang convertible worth?

This all-original, unrestored survivor, 1965 convertible Mustang was purchased new in October 1964….Detailing.

Vehicle: 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible
Number Produced: 65,663 convertibles (1965)
Original List Price: $2,871.46
SCM Valuation: Median to date, $29,300
Tune Up Cost: $300

What is the difference between a 1964 and 1965 Mustang?

In fact, the 1964 1/2 Mustang was really the 1965 early Mustang. Those cars built between March and August of 1964 are referred to as early Mustangs. Because of the extremely high demand for the cars, Ford could barely keep up with demand by running full speed in three assembly plants.

What are some of the rarest early Mustangs?

Some of the rarest early Mustangs were the 37 Pace Car White Mustang convertibles made for the 1964 Indianapolis 500 race. Two of these cars were actually used in the race, 35 others were given to race dignitaries.

What was the first year of the Mustang?

Mustangs built between March 1964 and August 17, 1964 were identified as 1964½ Mustangs, or early 1965 Mustangs. Mustangs built after the date of August 17, 1964 were identified as late 1965 Mustangs. The first year mustang, later called the 1964½, was available in two models: the coupe and the convertible.

What kind of interior does a 1964 Mustang have?

Featured in the interior was “wall-to-wall” carpeting, front bucket seats, or an optional front bench seat, rear bench seat, a sports car style steering wheel, floor mounted shifter, and full headliner. A total of 121,538 Mustangs were produced during the 1964½ model run.