1964 12 Ford Mustang K code
289 rebuilt motor, 4 speed trans, 8" rear end, new interior, new suspension, new tires and wheels, front disc brakes, ford made only 90 k codes in 64, I also have a 289 motor, 4 speed t-10 trans, and a ford 9" rear end.
The characteristics that contributed to the cars original appeal have been recounted again and again attractive styling, sporting yet practical dimensions, ample number of standard features and a surprisingly low base price.
This powerful V-8 provides sports car performance to match Mustangs sports car styling. An Autolite 4100 four-barrel carburetor was partially responsible for helping generate 271 hp.
Technically, the Hi-Po 289 wasnt even available in the Mustang until June, 1964, a full two months after Mustangs launch, which then knocked the 210-hp D-code 289 down a peg as top engine option.
When it became available, however, the lively K-code engine only served to further solidify Mustangs capabilities as a legitimate performance machine during an era when Fords dominance in auto racing could be seen in just about every discipline of the sport.
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