With a stunningly low 985 miles on the clock, this 1965 Ford Mustang is the poster-child of the pony-car. As one of the more desirable models of Ford Mustang this early generation 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible is a great example of a classic car that is likely to only appreciate in the years to come. The original Mustang is credited with spurring on an entire subculture of “pony” cars in the US and has consequently become synonymous with muscle-car culture. Initially offered to the public in 1964, the car was available in both hardtop and convertible forms, adopting a 2+2 layout.
The example here has led a loving life, with a few tasteful updates to bring it into the 21st century. You’ll find Hooker headers, a dual-exit Flowmaster exhaust, Bluetooth-compatible radio with modern speakers, and LED taillights. Interior-wise this 1965 Ford Mustang has new carpeting, a new shifter, new seatbelts, and has been fitted with air-conditioning for practicality. The car also comes with original paperwork and its (partial) original window sticker. On the mechanical side, this 1965 Ford Mustang has also been fitted with a new clutch, a rebuilt carburetor, a brand-new wiring harness, and has been protected from the elements thanks to a layer of undercoat.
Ford divisional manager Lee Lacocca (featured prominently in the Oscar-nominated Ford vs Ferrari Film of 2019) championed the creation of this new sports car. The design brief was simple enough: it had to have four seats, weigh no more than 2500 pounds, and sell for less $2,500. The result was a European-influenced design that quickly won the hearts and minds of buyers the world over. The 1965 Ford Mustang has since become synonymous with Ford’s American legacy and remains an icon of American motoring.
Car Location: Miami, FL
-Dual Flow Master Exhaust
-New Bluetooth Radio w/ Speaker Kick Pannels
-Brand New Wiring Harness (Front)
-LED Tail Lights
-Partial Original Window Sticker