2015 Mustang GT 50th Anniversary Edition #407 of 1964 built. These cars were only offered in Kona Blue or Wimbledon White with either paddle shift 6 speed automatic, or 6 speed manual transmission. This car is the 6 speed manual. Both these colors were not available on regular 2015 Mustang models, only on the 1964 Limited Edition 50th Anniversary models made to celebrate 50 amazing years of the Ford Mustang. Wimbledon White was one of the original Mustang colors, which is a little closer to a cream color than the refrigerator-white color (called Oxford White) used on normal Mustangs. These are very sought after collector cars and many people paid much over MSRP (some as high as double MSRP!!) in order to get one. Although there was a 50 year package offered on all 2015 Mustangs, only 1964 serialized Limited Editions were built that offered the unique interior, special dash plaque, quarter window louvers, a strut brace, larger radiator, unique chassis tuning, larger rear sway bar, heavy duty front springs, k-brace on the chassis, huge Brembo brakes, unique tuning on the electronic chassis components, a 3.73 rear axle ratio, oil pressure and vacuum gauges. It also has the Navigation Package, which also syncs up with your cell phone. You could not get this Performance Package on the automatic paddle shifted transmission, other than on the 50th anniversary models, or the special interior. These are very unique cars. I am the second owner and the only driver of this vehicle. It has never been raced or abused in any way. Tires have never been spun and line lock never used. I have the original delivery car cover, both floor mats. I have a clear title. This car has only been driven on the nicest of days, has no paintwork, chips, dings, or any issues of any kind. It has been garaged and cleaned with waterless cleaners only. It isn't even broken in yet. So here I offer this for sale to the pickiest of collectors who will appreciate this magnificent automobile. Thank you for your interest and feel free to contact me with any questions or reasonable offers.