The Ford Mustang has been around for quite a while. With the different generations came around aftermarket tuners and the modifying scene. Mustang fans would either want to replicate top of the range Shelbys or make their Mustang stand out through mods. In the hustle to be different, very few cars perfected that factory Mustang look and created automotive art like this 1965 Ford Mustang 289ci Coupe we have today. With 75,000 miles reported on the clock, this vintage American beauty is a perfect example of a first generation Mustang in all its pride, as well as a savvy investment that will only appreciate in time.
The 1st generation Mustang styling was iconic on so many levels. This 1965 Ford Mustang 289ci Coupe proudly sports that original design with its navy blue exterior. The chrome and other exterior components are in great shape, taking a look underneath the car and you would notice just how good the condition of this car is. The factory Cragar style wheels with Ford center caps also add to the whole design appeal. The blue interior on this car is reported to be original and in great shape. The dashboard houses all its original trim with even the original radio present. The only upgrade done is the addition of gauges to monitor engine performance neatly nestled underneath the dash and near the steering wheel. Great tunes on drives are made possible with an aftermarket radio AM, FM, AUX, and USB system connected to two Kenwood speakers located underneath the car's rear glass. You also get AC as well with the seller not sure whether it’s a factory unit. Lastly this car reportedly comes with 2 keys in the sale.
This Mustang sports the biggest engine available for its model year in terms of performance. Pop the hood and find a 4.7L (289ci) V8 engine that is reported to be numbers matching. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a 3-speed automatic gearbox, which is also reported to be numbers matching. The engine is relatively original except a few modifications, including an MSD ignition system, 4 barrel Holley carburetor, and K&N air filter. The car sports custom valve covers and a custom oil dipstick in terms of design. It’s had its yearly oil changes with the power steering pump recently replaced.
1965 Model Year Ford Mustang 289ci V8 Coupe USB/AUX plug in Electronic starter Navy Blue exterior Blue interior Interior is reported to be original Automatic transmission Seller reports the numbers match on motor transmission Engine is original but added a 4BBL Holley Carb - reported by seller A/C reported by seller, not sure if factory Yearly oil changes Recently replaced power steering pump Radio AM/FM/AUX/USB w/ two Kenwood speakers under the rear glass 2 keys reported
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