This 1964.5 Ford Mustang convertible, number #100212, is believed to be the very first Mustang built on the production assembly line and sold to the public. It's for sale on eBay. Buy it now for an astonishing $5.5 million.
$5.5 million is a helluva a lot of ducats to spend on a 45-year-old car with no heater and an original sale price of $3,318.60, but this sucker's apparently been established as the very first Mustang to roll down Ford's assembly line. That means it's got a born-on-date of March 9, 1964, making it the 212th Mustang built — following 211 prototype and promotional cars built in the Allen Park prototype facility. Although it now lives as a museum piece, this first of an unbroken progeny of nine million cars wearing the same name, still managed to get over 55,000 miles on the odometer in its lifetime.
The eBay listing is worth a look for no other reason than to check out the cool history of the early cars. [Ebay