Nuthn beats a '64 Mustang.
There was no '64 Mustang. While introduced in late April of '64, the Mustang, developed on the Falcon platform, debuted as '65 model. Initially, there were 2 versions, a hardtop and a convertible, with a 2+2 fastback coming along a few months after its older siblings hit the market. The notion that the Mustang was the first of what became known as "Pony Cars" - sporty compacts - is erroneous; the Plymouth Barracuda beat it to the showrooms by several weeks. The first Barracudas shipped under Manufacturors' Certificates of Origin - the official shipping document from which a vehicle's initial title derives - designating them as '64 models, but all Mustangs produced from introduction through early July of '65 shipped as '65s. '66 Model Year Mustangs went into production in mid-July of '65.
One my of younger sisters got a brand new '65 Mustang in June of '64, a highschool graduation present. It had a 2-speed automatic (column shift), a 170ci, 101hp I6 engine, an AM radio (Philco) with 4 preset buttons, and a dealer-installed under-dash Muntz 4-track tape player, which had one speaker in the dash and one in the rear package shelf. She drove that thing untill it all but completely rusted away, some time in the mid '80s.
Oh, BTW - my vote goes to the Camaro
- though I really preferred my 'Vettes for all out "Ohmigawd" motoring fun.