When Lee Iacocca asked Eugene Bordiant, then Head of Design for Ford to come up with a design for his envisioned “small car” the savvy man tasked Ford’s three design studios (Ford, Lincoln-Mercury, and Advanced Design) to create proposals for the new vehicle. Ford was not destined to win. They had a small budget, 18 months to create a design and they were also against teams that had bigger budgets and more manpower. However, as history has it the design team at Ford came out victorious and created arguably one of America’s greatest contributions to the automotive world. Get your hands on an unlikely automotive hero in the form of this 1965 Ford Mustang Fastback we have today. Located in Louisiana and with a reported 29,283 miles on the clock, this American automotive legend can be yours to truly enjoy those weekend drives or serve as a great investment for years to come.
You really can't find any issues with the Mustang’s design. It captured the Swinging Sixties in all its glory and provided the American buyers a chance to own automotive history with its long swooping lines and aggressive looks. This 1965 Ford Mustang Fastback sports the most desirable of the three body styles, namely the fastback. The orange paintwork’s lighter tone really shows off those Sixties curves and help the car stand out, and a subtle black stripe adds a real sporty feel. This beauty sits on a set of gunmetal gray Ridler wheels add a modern context as well as contrast perfectly with the paint job. Whilst the orange exterior is nice and flashy it can be tough to match in terms of interior. This 1965 Ford Mustang Fastback with its black exterior not only matches the exterior well but also helps keep it understated. The black leather seats are in great condition with the front bucket seats and the rear fold-down seats showing no indication of old age. All the nickel components are also available in the car and are in great condition with the original Mustang steering wheel in place capturing all the attention when you step in the car.
Mustangs grant you a gamut of performance that meets your requirement. Be it a drag car, top-down sunset boulevard cruiser, or a vintage track racer, a Mustang has always got you covered. This 1965 Ford Mustang Fastback is powered by the famous 289ci (4.7L) V8 engine that has been given a vocal massaging courtesy of exhaust headers and a dual exhaust system for that sporty V8 growl. Power is sent to the rear wheels via an automatic transmission.
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