The American automotive sweetheart, the Ford Mustang is still quite the darling and now have become one of the most iconic members of the classic car segment. It also has a spectacular backstory involving two renowned men in the automotive industry, Henry Ford himself, and Mr. Lido Anthony Iacocca. Demand for the Mustang was so great that orders for the car outstripped expectations by a whopping 6,000 cars on the very first day it was put to sale. Since it was released four months before the actual 1965 manufacturing year, aficionados began to refer to it as the 1964 1/2 model. One such example is shown here, a 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible in all its grandeur from the first generation Mustang. So far, this beauty has completed a 90,000-mile journey and retains its reports and books according to its owner. It is located in Idaho and is ready to make your classic runs more intriguing.
Fun fact; the design of the Mustang was originally called the Cougar by the Ford design team. Appealing to woman, desired by men, the period-Ferrari looking front end and a sporty as possible overall look were the pinpoints Ford went with when designing the first Mustang, and it shows. It looks the part of a car for running errands at the same time a sports car up for a fun track day. Our subject 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible has an eye-catching yellow exterior fitted with a black top giving it a beautiful contrast. It rides on GT style wheels and its seller tells us the Bridgestone tires are newly installed. You also get a spare tire with the sale of this Mustang. The cabin offer comfortable space for four adults and delight them with the optimum top down classic experience. According to the owner, it boast the famed Pony interior in black. They also said they had the gauges gone through. The vintage gauge cluster, large steering wheel, and door panel design calls back memories from the automotive world from the 60s.
You might have heard mustang owners refer to their engine as a code letter. In this case, you can say “it’s a C-Code” meaning you have a 289ci V8 engine with a two-barrel carburetor under the hood of this 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible. Mated to an automatic transmission, this engine is able to push out 200hp (150 kW) when new.
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