1964 1/2 MUSTANG 'D' CODE CONVERTIBLE, restored and finished in just an outstanding body, mechanical and cosmetic condition with just great luster of the beautiful Sunlight Yellow factory color, just looks amazing! finished with the lower stainless rocker moldings, a really well done fresh restoration, upgraded 1965 14x6 styled steel wheels with 195/75/14 narrow band whitewall or 205/70/14 B.F.Goodrich dual line radial tires, these cosmetics yield great ‘eyes’, this has the factory Data Tag showing how correct this is with the June 19, 1964 build date, very important build aspects include the rebuilt uprated 289cid dated C5 AE 1964 engine with just excellent strong compression, the Ford stamped intake has mounted the rare Autolite 4100 C4 dated 4v carburetor, below in this report are all the ‘numbers’, just installed is a great looking GT engine dress up show kit, full expensive aluminized dual ‘A’ code exhaust system that adds power, full tune and setting at the Fraser Dante shop, this now should be at least the 225 horsepower rating, fitted with a great working T5 uprated 5-speed transmission, good strong clutch system, also has the very desirable Borgeson variable ratio power steering system, also further the handing is improved with the added factory GT ¾” sway bar, new Heavy Duty fresh shocks, then the under hood Monte Carlo bar and mentioned GT sway bar also adds to the stability, NOW this has the brand new expensive Stainless Steel Corp front GT full disc system with the proper large round master cylinder just added! the factory correct black crinkle bucket seated interior is really, really nice with great padding, 4 black safety belts, has the expensive factory full length console, nice black proper power top and black boot, new lower stainless rockers really look good and finish off the build presentation, this car is top quality for outstanding build for the demanding current collector who insists that their car perform outstandingly as well as look good, there is an extraordinary file of receipts that show the long history and current condition, the added front amber GT driving and lower fog lights make this look terrific with this factory color, the chrome bumper and trim are excellent along with dual side mirrors, very solid underchassis, this really has a superior body presented with great show polished luster with a real period presentation, this is road tested for the mechanicals prepared for Spring 2019, see www.fraserdante.com for further information and full inventory
MUSTANG 1965 CONVERTIBLE, restored and maintained as an extremely top quality Driven MCA show condition both mechanically and cosmetically, a very rare, just gorgeous special order color of the ‘Thunderbird Bronze’ color with an exceptional body, coming from serious Mustang collectors, has the dated believed original 289cid/4v engine just fully checked for top performance, full fresh tune, has the ‘A’ Code 4v and full dual exhaust system, uprated and very desirable Ford 4-speed AOD automatic transmission, Ford Mustang full off white Pony interior, matching white power top and new window, Ford power steering, dual line power disc brakes, expensive Mustang wood steering wheel, belief is that this is really an exceptional body with just wonderful fresh paint work and fully buffed at Fraser Dante, great luster and presentation, full car detailing just completed, VIN #s on both inner fenders, fantastic new suspension parts with said area being a priority, exceptional fully great underchassis, expensive 1965 styled steel wheels with radial narrow band whitewalls, all new brake and fuel lines, really great show luster to the highly detailed paint, now presented and finished both mechanically in all aspects along with tops cosmetically presented as top driven show car in all aspects, fully checked and ready Christmas 2018, see www.fraserdante.com for further information and full inventory
During the recent 50th anniversary celebrations surrounding the Ford Mustang, it gives us pause to realize that there really arent many cars that are as universally loved. Take this 1965 Ford Mustang convertible just about anywhere this side of a Super Chevy show, and itll find a large group of enthusiastic admirers and the new owner will quickly discover that everyone is your friend when you drive a drop-top pony car. The bright red paint looks right on the tidy, trim first-generation Mustang shape. While this one was originally Silver Blue, theres no sign of it anywhere, inside or out, suggesting a full disassembly during the restoration and the results were worth it. The finish highlights the cars important parts such as the crease along the tops of the fenders and the famous C-scoop on the flanks. Fit and finish are pretty darned good for a car thats built to cruise, and you can see even at a distance that the doors and hood fit quite well. The two-stage urethane finish has a decent shine that shows a few swirls and polishing marks, but with a professional buff, this car will sparkle on the show field. Nice chrome bumpers were surely replaced during the cosmetic stages of the restoration and while it packs a V8, it doesnt advertise beyond the usual 289 badges and twin exhaust pipes out back. The black interior is correct and replaces the original code 22 Blue upholstery, so you know it has been restored. Handsome bucket seats flank a nicely restored center console, giving this bright ragtop a very upscale look. The 65s still used the wide central speedometer with outer pods for fuel level and temperature, and were guessing that the instrument panel is original albeit in good shape. A matching black steering wheel works rather well in the monochromatic interior and theres an AM radio head unit in the dash thats probably due for an upgrade for cruising this summer. The dash pad, carpets, and door panels are all in excellent condition and theres a very nicely done white convertible top that folds flush and disappears under a matching black boot. The trunk is also correctly finished with a new reproduction mat and full-sized spare tire assembly. Experts will already have glanced at the VIN and noticed that this is a C-code car, meaning a 289 cubic inch V8 with a 2-barrel carburetor and 200 horsepower. Youre in luck, because thats whats in there today. Looking quite tidy under the hood, it brings a fat torque curve to the game which makes this Mustang far more entertaining to drive. With chrome valve covers and a matching air cleaner, it has a neo-GT look and those fender braces do make a noticeable improvement in front-end stiffness. Its backed by a C4 3-speed automatic transmission and an 8-inch rear end which are rugged enough to handle the V8s horsepower, and the car has been fitted with power steering that makes it very easy to handle. The underside of the car is remarkably clean and theres a new gas tank and a recent dual exhaust system hanging out back. It rolls on optional styled steel wheels and theyre wrapped in fat 195/75/14 whitewall radials. Affordable fun in the sun, thats the Mustang. With the right combination of charisma and performance, this is a wonderful car to own. Call today!
The wonderful thing about vintage Mustangs is their interchangeability. Not only do you get a wide variety of performance and styling parts you can use to customize your pony, but thanks to the long-running small block V8, upgrades can come from the factory as well as the aftermarket. Dig this 1965 Mustang coupe, a nice-looking cruiser with a fuel-injected 5.0-liter heart that feels anything but old. But before we talk about the hardware, take a look at how pretty this coupe is. Perhaps also borrowing from a late-model color pallet, the clean metallic blue paint looks right on the old coupes bodywork. Perhaps a descendant of Guardsman Blue, it has a great shine thanks to a recent color sand and buff, plus an inviting look that doesnt hide the Mustangs identity behind excessive flash. Instead, it shows off nice sheetmetal, good gaps, and a lot of love that went into the build. Clearly someone was thinking carefully about this car as it was going together, and they kept it simple; no stripes, no wing out back, nothing but a chin spoiler to distract from that classic look. Bright chrome trim is all quite nice, given that the aftermarket is full of replacement stuff, and the whole car has a very polished look. Sure, it has a few signs of use, but you wont be ashamed to show up in this one at the local cruise-in. The black interior looks quite stock, including the low-back buckets wearing fresh seat covers, new door panels with matching pleats, and fresh black carpets on the floor. The original instrument panel is full of stock gauges in fair condition, and there are auxiliary dials under the dash to watch the warmed-over 5.0. The shifter looks like it belongs on a manual transmission, but its actually managing an AOD 4-speed automatic overdrive, which makes this Mustang a great highway cruiser. A factory 3-spoke wheel is always a welcome addition and the stereo is an AM/FM unit designed to fit neatly in the original slot. The trunk is neatly finished with a reproduction mat plus a full-sized spare tire assembly. Since the modern 5.0 liter EFI V8 is just a Windsor-based 302, it slides right between the 65s shock towers without a lot of hassles. Torquey, smooth, and virtually bulletproof, the freshly rebuilt 5.0 works as well here as it did back in 1993 when it was powering a Fox-body pony. Keeping as many OEM components as possible means its reliable and easy to service with over-the-counter parts, and thanks to Fords wonderful EEC-IV engine management system, it starts instantly and idles smoothly every time, regardless of the weather. And youll never get tired of watching the jaws drop when you pop the hood at a show and everyone sees that familiar long-runner intake and serpentine belt drive system. The aforementioned AOD transmission is freshly rebuilt and is the perfect complement to the injected V8. The modern V8 powers the original rear end with fresh 3.50 Yukon gears inside. A custom dual exhaust system was fabricated for the new motor and it has that familiar 5.0 bark. The front suspension is a custom A-arm setup with rack-and-pinion steering and 4-wheel disc brakes give it modern stopping power. Cool Torque Thrust wheels are always in fashion and they carry staggered BFGoodrich rubber that fits the cars personality perfectly. Given the price of the conversion and the quality of the paint and interior, we have to call this car a screaming bargain. And like most Mustangs here at Streetside Classics, we doubt itll last long. Call today!
The last of the '67 Ford Shelby GT500 EXP notchback coupes known as "Little Red" is set for restoration
Just as they were more than 50 years ago, Mustangs are fast, fun, and affordable ways to get around. Traditional ponies like this 1965 Ford Mustang coupe are a great way to own an icon without spending a ton of money, and when they carry a few clever updates, they make wonderful hobby vehicles that can still be enjoyed every day. Seriously, if you could own a classic V8-powered Mustang coupe for less than the price of a new one with a 4-cylinder engine, why wouldnt you leap at the chance? Especially one with A/C, power steering, and disc brakes? Nicely refinished, this Wimbledon White coupe carries all the timeless design cues that put these cars at the top of every enthusiasts wish list. Bodywork is well done, it has a classic color combination, and everything lines up well enough to really attract positive attention at local shows. The line that runs along the tops of the fenders is as sharp as a crease in Don Drapers suit, and the paint is shiny without looking too modern. Its got the correct front grille with the crosshairs in the center emblem, optional chrome trim on the quarters, and its nice that it hasnt been forced to wear stripes or wings like so many of its siblings. The chrome is in very shape, too, totally in line with the rest of the car, giving it a clean all-of-a-piece look. Red upholstery makes the interior a brilliant place to spend some time. Restored with the rest of the car, the interior offers a lot of new components, including seat covers, door panels, dash pad, and carpets, all of which show very little use. Factory gauges all work properly and youll note theres a custom center console with cup holders that is a modern addition that adds practicality. The original AM radio has been replaced by an AM/FM/cassette head unit and thats a recent A/C system tucked under the dash, not quite like it would have been in 1965 but still very slick. Power steering is a desirable option, even on the lightweight Mustang and the three-spoke steering wheel that controls it is in excellent shape as well. Even the trunk is correctly finished with a plaid mat and spare tire with matching cover. Classic performance in a Mustang means only one thing: a snappy 289 cubic inch V8. This is a C-code car, so you get a relatively economic 2-barrel carburetor that still delivers plenty of V8 punch. And when your car runs this well, theres really no need for upgrades and modifications, instead letting the spirit of 1965 flow through you whenever youre behind the wheel. It fires easily and has a snarky V8 exhaust note thanks to a fresh dual exhaust system. Ford Blue on the engine makes it look right, and its pretty much the way Ford intended, from the air cleaner to the big radiator, although the A/C compressor and power dual master cylinder are modern additions. The undercarriage is not shiny, but if youre into driving instead of polishing your car at static shows, youll never even notice, and front disc brakes have been added. A C4 3-speed automatic transmission spins the original 8-inch rear with tall gears inside, so its great on the highway. 14-inch styled steel wheels look great on any early Mustang, and theyre protected by 195/75/14 Goodyear whitewall radials. We seem to be getting lucky with early Mustangs here at Streetside Classics, but dont wait for the next one, you need to put this lovely 65 coupe in your garage right away! Call now!
We should be grateful to old pony cars like this 1965 Ford Mustang convertible. The Mustang is not only the granddaddy of the pony car, but its a gateway to the hobby that remains affordable, fun, and universally loved. There just arent many other vehicles that are known around the world that can also deliver this much fun for so little cash. This C-code ragtop is Exhibit A in the case of why Mustangs are great. First, it looks awesome, from the styling to the proportions to the code J Rangoon Red paint, which gives it a traditional high-visibility Mustang look. It is indeed this cars original color, and you can imagine the delighted first owner taking it home nearly fifty years ago, top down and a big, silly grin on his or her face. Well, thats whatll happen today when this cars next owner comes to collect it, too. This isnt a show car, so you dont need to fret about rain and bugs on the grille, but it does look good enough to make you wash it in the FRONT yard rather than out back, just so folks can see it. The paint job is a few years old, but shines up well enough and captures the original color pretty darned well. They skipped the stripes and fake GT bits, but it does have a correct crosshair grille, the quarter panel insert, and shiny chrome bumpers that look great. The simple black interior is a great complement to the bright red bodywork, offering a familiar disposition and adds to the Mustangs light-hearted attitude. The seat covers are slightly customized reproductions that have a few signs of use but remain in great shape, and the matching black carpets tie everything together. Factory-style door panels are in decent condition and the three-spoke steering wheel looks suitably racy. Theres a factory center console that makes the Mustang feel finished inside and the wide speedometer and auxiliary gauges appear to be in original condition with clear lenses and bright markings. This car carries the important options like a power convertible top and power steering, both of which make it daily-driver friendly, and the trunk offers a reproduction plaid mat for the right look. This pony carries a C-code 289 cubic inch V8, now upgraded to A-code specs with a 4-barrel carburetor and dual exhaust. Correctly finished with Ford Blue engine enamel and chrome tinwork, its a smooth, reliable cruiser, not a racer, a role the little V8 is happy to fill. There is lots of evidence of recent work, including a fresh tune up with new ignition system parts that light it off right away. It idles with a nice V8 burble and the way it runs means youll be looking for excuses to take it out of the garage every chance you get. A C4 3-speed automatic transmission adds to its user-friendly nature and according to the door tag, the rear gears are tall 2.80s so it just loafs along at highway speeds. A recent dual exhaust system gives it a nice V8 soundtrack and maybe a few extra horses and those 14-inch styled steel wheels with whitewall radials are a traditional Mustang look. So have a look and remember that this car has been Americas sweetheart for decades and theres no chance of that affair ending any time soon. Find out why by giving us a call today!
When you start with an iconic classic and then lavish attention on it in the form of some well-chosen mechanical upgrades and extensive maintenance, as well as a complete freshening up both inside and out, the result cant help but be a winner, and this 1965 Ford Mustang is certainly that. It features a high impact shade that sits over its well-prepped form and offers a level of reassuringly solid drivability thats not easy to find in a car of its era. These first generation Mustangs pretty much rewrote automotive history. Combining the overall feel of a sports car with the convenience of an extra row of seating and an engine compartment large enough to handle a V8 without any shoehorning - an attribute this 65 takes good advantage of - they would go on to set sales records and leave the competition in their wake. The ultra-sharp black exterior on display here is a definite attention getter - the color is a high risk, high reward proposition, in that it tends to magnify every imperfection, but plenty of careful prepping went in before the paint gun trigger was pulled, so its looking great. An array of new exterior fittings have been installed to freshen its look even further, including new bumpers in both front and back, a new front grille assembly, new tail lights and fresh emblems. The years have also been kind to this vintage Ford, as it shows solid body alignment, with even gaps surround its doors, hood and deck lid. The interior has been refurbished while maintaining a stock appearance and it really came out nice. Pretty much everything inside has been replaced with new components - the front buckets and rear bench seat, the door panels and hardware, the headliner, the carpeting lining the floor and even the automatic shifter resting on the transmission tunnel - so this Mustang is looking just as fresh as when it rolled off the line. Theres now an aftermarket steering wheel sitting on the column and the dash area just beyond it also looks brand new, with crystal clear gauges in the instrument cluster, a JVC AM/FM/CD head unit at its center and a fresh dash pad on top. If a rock-solid driving condition is a priority for you, then this pony moves to the front of the line. A lot of work went into properly outfitting it to handle the demands of frequent driving, so let those weekend getaways begin! Starting with the late model 5.0 liter V8 now sitting in place of the original motor, the drivetrain has been brought to top form. The roller engine was not long ago stripped down and re-sealed before receiving a Holley 4-barrel carb, a new timing set, new water and oil pumps and all new gaskets. The 3-speed C4 transmission just behind it was rebuilt and now features a new stall converter and a variety of other fresh components. An HEI distributor was also added to the mix, as well as new plug wires and hoses. With a new exhaust system also in place from the manifolds on back to the Flowmaster-style mufflers in back, this Mustang produces a nice, deep but subdued rumble. Where stops are concerned, everything is covered as well. There are power brakes at all four corners, with upgraded discs up front and drums in back that now wear new shoes, springs and wheel cylinders. This American classic cruises on a set of 17 American Racing Torq thrust wheels wrapped with BF Goodrich tires. First generation Mustangs are always sought after and this 1965 Ford Mustang, looking ultra sharp by any measure and running with confidence-inspiring strength and smoothness, is a standout. Call today!
1965 Mustang Convertible with a 289cui V8, Automatic transmission and power top. It has got the original interior and lots of new suspension parts front and back. It runs and drives beautiful, and is ready to chase an Aston Martin like Shirley Eaton in James Bonds Goldfinger We bought it to restore it, then after driving it we found out its drives way too good to be dissassembled plus we dont have the time to start on the restoration soon. It is very original and is ready to be driven, it needs some bodywork though. The floors need to be replaced and and there is some work to do on the rockers, too. If you dont care about having a perfect car, you can just hop in and enjoy it the way it is!
This 1965 Mustang Fastback is a true factory-built GT car. Body is excellent and interior is very good. Mechanically the car is ready to go and has a very useful upgrade in the form of a Tremec 5-speed transmission. The tunnel was not cut for this installation and the shifter is in the original position and looks factory correct Exterior: The car was repainted in a single stage paint about 30 years ago. The color and the shine have held up well, but as you would expect there are several stone chips which have been touched up. Originally the car was green. Theres no sign of any previous accident damage and all the body panels appear to be original to the car. All of the trim is in good condition and still bright. The glass is in good condition with no fogging and no cracks. Mechanicals: The original spec A Code, 4 barrel 289 starts and runs well with good oil pressure and good water temperature. It pulls well and is very flexible and responsive. There are no weird noises nor does it have any major leaks. The 5-speed transmission is smooth and quiet. It shifts well in and out of all gears. The gearing is well-matched to the rear end offering good acceleration and excellent high speed cruising. It is topped off by a slender T shifter handle that looks like the ones found in the Shelby GT350. The car has non-power disc brakes in the front and drum in the rear. The brake pedal has a good solid feel and the car stops in a straight line. You couldnt ask much more out of 1960s brakes. Suspension: She drives well and tracks true with the original spec GT suspension. Everything feels very tight for a 1965 Mustang. Interior: Rallye Pack! This GT is equipped with an original 8000 RPM tach in the Rallye Pack. She has an all black Pony interior. This is a factory Pony interior and not an addition by later owner. The front seats seats are in good condition with no abrasions or tears. Two seems have come undone in the rear seat. We hope to have this repaired soon. Are you in the market for a good, solid, honest genuine GT Fastback? This is your car! More pictures coming, soon! For our overseas customers: We gladly help you to get your classic shipped to your country worldwide and delivered right to your home. With years of experience we work together with the best partners in the shipping business to make sure you classic car gets there . We also offer a German TUV Service where we take care of all the things that need to be changed or taken care of, to get it road legal in europe. Just ask for a quote and - wir sprechen deutsch!
Look at this well preserved 65 Mustang in spingtime yellow. Powered by a 302cui V8 and a 4 speed transmission this Mustang is a lot of fun to drive and runs fantastic. It was well maintatined by its longterm owners and driven on a regular base. It starts right up and is a fantastic driver. Go anywhere with your classic Mustang today! All our cars are checked and inspected in our own Classic Car Service Center by certified and experienced mechanics. For our overseas customers: We gladly help you to get your classic shipped to your country worldwide and delivered right to your home. With years of experience we work together with the best partners in the shipping business to make sure you classic car gets there . We also offer a German TUV Service where we take care of all the things that need to be changed or taken care of, to get it road legal in europe. Just ask for a quote and wir sprechen deutsch!
The original 65 GT 350s have become so valuable that the risk of actually driving them means that they usually sit in garages or museums. Tribute cars honor the originals and reduce the risk so that you can actually take them out and enjoy them. This one is a nicely built example that will attract lots of attention at cruise ins and is tons of fun to actually drive. Check it out. Instead of the much more commonly seen White or Blue, this car is presented in Rangoon Red with White Shelby GT 350 stripes, and it looks awesome. The view from the front of the car is intimidating with the hood scoop and set of hood pins there to make sure the hood stays locked down at speed. The grill has the galloping Pony in the center flanked by fog lights, is trimmed in chrome, and underlined by a pencil thin front bumper. The red paint catches the light as it runs down the side of the car and really shows off the lines of the fastback body style. A White GT 350 stripe runs along the rockers and a 289 badge along with a Mustang on red, white and blue stripes graces the front fender. Out back those iconic triple taillights have a Cobra gas cap between them and are underlined by a nice chrome bumper. Dual exhaust pipes have a healthy rumble as they exit out through the lower valence. Open the door and you will find a sharp looking black interior with a couple special treats. The door panel itself is super clean with a pleated center section trimmed in thin chrome piping. The first treat that you will probably notice is the deep dish three-spoke wooden steering wheel with the Cobra center. As you sit down in the comfortable bucket seat, take note of the Pony treatment on the seatbacks that adds such a nice touch. As you reach out and grab the wheel, the Rally Pak on the column becomes obvious putting the tachometer right in front of the driver where it belongs. The wood grained treatment on the dash is trimmed in thin chrome piping, and the other nice treat you will find is the white Hurst shifter for the 5-speed manual transmission in the center console that is just begging to be stirred around while burning up some backroads. Pop the hood (dont forget to release the hood pins first), and you will find a healthy 289 engine nestled down in a nicely detailed out engine bay. A chrome air topper has a 289 High Performance sticker on it and it sits on top of an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor along with an Edelbrock intake manifold. Aeroquip lines gets the fuel to the carb and Aluminum Ford Motorsport valve covers look sharp with the red ignition wires and blue cast iron block and heads. Dougs headers get the spent gasses out and downstream to dual Flowmaster mufflers and a Griffin aluminum radiator keeps things running cool. Power is sent back through that T-5 manual transmission mentioned earlier. An engine brace has been added for a bit more chassis rigidity, because this car was built to be driven. Longitudinal bars on the rear springs prevent wind up and wheel hop under acceleration and the rubber meets the road through BFGoodrich tires mounted on black and polished steel wheels. Come on down and check out this nicely done GT 350. It looks good, runs strong, and drives great.
Candy Apple Red has got to be the best name ever for a car color. Any car painted that color has got to be fun, right? On top of that, when Ford designed the original Mustang, they created a compact, sporty American car that was fun to drive. It literally started the Pony car movement. So, how much fun do you think you can have with a Candy Apple Red Mustang? Come on down, check this car out, and see for yourself. Fastback styling wasnt that common at the time the Mustang was introduced, but the style has proven popular through time, and looks better today than ever. The new ones have even returned to the look. And while technology and aerodynamics are nice, the crisp clean lines of this original are what make it so iconic. The long hood reaches on out over that classic grill with the galloping Mustang in the center underlined by a pencil thin chrome bumper. The top edge of the front fenders echo the ridges in the hood as they head back in a straight line until it meets the rear fenders. There it turns up creating a muscular fender bulge as it meets the vents in the fastback roofline. 289 as well as Mustang 2+2 badges appear on the front fenders while out back, the fender line turns down to meet another sharp looking chrome bumper that frames another styling cue that has stood the test of time, the triple Mustang taillights. Open the door and you will find a super clean Black interior that recalls a simpler time. The door panel sets the pattern and tone with smooth outer edges stepping in toward a vertically pleated center outlined with thin chrome piping, with a chrome window crank and door handle. The bucket seats follow suit with pleated seating surfaces with smooth bolsters, and chrome framework for the folding back. A black steering wheel has a three spoke chrome horn button with a galloping Mustang over red, white and blue stripes in the center. Behind it is a simple and clean dash with a horizontal speedometer flanked by round gauge pods on each end, with all of it dressed up in thin chrome edging. The ignition key and control knobs are mounted along the bottom and a custom center console holds a Pioneer AM/FM/CD player as well as a tachometer and auxiliary gauges for oil pressure and charging voltage. A T-handle shifter rises from the floor and vinyl Mustang floor mats protect the nice fresh carpeting. Pop the hood and you will find one of those very desirable 289 cubic inch V8 motors nestled down in a neat and clean engine bay. There is a chrome air topper with a 289 High Performance decal sitting on top of a 4-barrel carburetor feeding the engine through a stock intake and heads. Gold valve covers look good and signs of good regular maintenance include new spark plug wires as well as belts and hoses. A 3-speed automatic transmission gets the power to the rear wheels, while up front the power steering system received new lines as well as fresh shocks. All that and a beefy sway bar help the car handle like the sports car it is. Front disc brakes provide good stopping power and the rubber meets the road through 205/60R15s in the front and 225/60R15s in the back mounted on Magnum 500 wheels. It doesnt get much more fun than a 65 Mustang V8 in Candy Apple Red. Come on down and see for yourself.
Bling delete 65 Stang for sale. When Ford designed the original Mustang, they created a compact, sporty American car that was fun to drive. It literally started the Pony car movement. This particular car takes a super clean, stripped down approach to the presentation, and it looks great! Fastback styling wasnt that common at the time the Mustang was introduced, but the style has proven popular through time, and looks better today than ever. This particular one takes a minimalist approach to the look by removing most of the chrome, brightwork, and badging. There are only two emblems on the car and they were carefully chosen. First, you gotta have the running Mustang leading the way on the grill, so its there in all its glory. Then the gas cap sits nicely in the middle of a blacked out rear panel with no chrome around the taillights, and has only a small Pony in the center of it. Sweet! Then, they sprayed the whole car a bright white that really looks sharp. That includes the bumpers which they treated and painted white too. It almost looks like a 1965 prototype version of the new Mustangs with their body color bumpers. A black GT stripe graces the rocker panel, and Torq Thrust wheels give the car a ready for action look. Open the door and you will find a black interior, but they left the chrome alone here. And it looks good that way. A chrome strip on the door panel compliments the polished door handle and window crank. The front buckets have a big, bold, piece of chrome which is actually structural. I mean, why hide it when it can look that good? The hatchbacks have a nice feature in the fold down rear seat, so you can treat this car like its a 2-seat sports car if you wish. Set yourself down in the drivers seat and grab a hold of the Pilot 4 spoke steering wheel, then reach for the Hurst T-handle shifter which falls right to hand. That deep cowl dashboard has the speedo and engine gauges easily visible in front of the driver, and a glove box off to the right. The radio is in the center backed up by big Kenwood speakers in the kick panels. The engine and drivetrain on this car reinforce the stripped down, ready for action look of the body. Pop the hood and you will find a 289-cubic inch motor with a chrome air topper and Powered by Ford valve covers. It is equipped with MSD ignition, long tube headers, and Flowmaster mufflers. It sounds healthy because it is healthy. A 4-speed manual trans is always fun to stir around and is perfect for sporting around twisty backroads or launching off the line at the strip. Sports cars demand a capable suspension, and you will find that here too. A Monte Carlo bar helps reinforce the shock towers against the forces generated during spirited driving, and there is a healthy sway bar to help keep the car cornering flat while doing it. Heavy duty shocks handle the bumps and dips, and front disc brakes provide the whoa power to haul this pony down from speed. The rubber meets the road through 215/60R15 tires all around mounted on those sweet Torq Thrust wheels. Stripped down, powered up, and fun to drive. Come on down, check it out, then take it home and start having fun with it.
We are pleased to present this rare Mustang built on July 27th 1964. It was delivered to Grant Williams Ford in Cedar Rapids Iowa. One of the 28,000 convertibles produced during the pre-August period is made even more special by the D code 289 4bbl engine that was only an option for about 8 weeks of production. Restored to its original Vintage Burgundy and White interior with black trim. We have the original invoice that shows the options listed including the power top, Cruise O Matic Transmission, Power Steering and AM Radio were original to the vehicle and the Engine and Transmission are correct date as well! The exterior is in great shape and the top is like new. The interior show hardly any wear which is impressive considering it is white. The drive train runs and shifts smoothly and the steering performs as it should. We can coordinate shipping to your location. Please text or contact Savannah Classic Cars at 912-235-2347.
Ground Up Built Pro-Touring Shelby GT350 Fastback Tribute 347 V8 5spd /// Founded on a highly upgraded chassis, this sweet GT350 wraps timeless Shelby style around a modern Tremec 5-speed and 347 cubic inches of stroker V8. Looking for some choice vintage muscle to take to the streets or the show? Check out this thoroughbred pony! Beginning life as solid Dearborn steel, this classic proved a fine starting point for building a detailed Shelby GT350 tribute. The cars 2006 restoration no doubt began with hours of massaging vintage panels into a straight, wave-free canvas. And once that intense labor resulted in good fit and finish, smooth Wimbledon White 2-stage was streaked with traditional top stripes and accented with familiar side stripes. Pull the pins and youll find 347 cubic inches of Ford stroker motor that provides plenty of spirited power. Behind the cars race-inspired mill, a Tremec Super-Duty 5-speed, outfitted with a Cobra clutch and steel scattershield, drives a 9-inch Ford axle thats fitted with a limited-slip differential. That versatile drivetrain rolls on a retrofitted Martz 4-bar suspension, which features adjustable coil-over-shocks. That rear-clip pushes an upgraded front-half, which frames power rack-and-pinion steering in tubular control arms. At the corners of those bones, SSBC Force 10 calipers use slotted rotors to make quick stops an absolute cinch. And power meets the pavement through requisite Torq Thrust Ds, which spin 205/60R15 BF Goodrich Radial T/As in front of 245/60R15 BF Goodrich Radial T/As. Between the doors, Cobra racing seats wear 5-point RCI harnesses. The monochromatic dash balances familiar Stewart Warner telemetry behind a Lecarra Moto-Lita steering wheel. And everyone stays safe thanks to a full roll cage. If youre looking for a stylish classic that commands respect on both the boulevard and the show field, this red-hot Mustang is just your style! Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information.
This car gets all of the cool elements right. After all, its a 1964.5 Ford Mustang coupe, has plenty of V8 power, and all the right upgrades including a cool GT350 package. Does that make it all the best features in one? Heck yea! Everyone clamors for a Wimbledon White first-year Mustang like this one. This was the color of the very first car because it just gave the early 1964.5 cars a regal appearance. But you love this one for more than just its history. It has a great GT350-style intimidation factor with a nice set of blue stripes painted on the hood and sides. In fact, just look at the details work on the rocker stripes and how they continue inside the wheel opening so that nothing gets in their way. Plus, the details are nice and aggressive with the hood scoop, side scoops, and exhaust coming out of the rear valance. Theres even an upgraded set of Ridler 17-inch wheels so you can fit proper modern performance tires. Just like the exterior, the interior takes classic style and gives it some nice upgrades. For starters, you still get the same low-back bucket seat profile you love in an early Mustang, but now theres a comfortable armrest center console with cup holders. The radio looks correct, but its actually a retro-style unit with a digital tuner and an input for modern music players. Even the steering wheel has been upgraded to a grippy sports unit. Beyond the improvements you can also tell there has been a solid investment to getting this classic feeling fresh and clean. Under the hood, the Cobra valve covers and long Cobra air topper make for a nice presentation. Plus, as an early D-code mustang, youll be happy to have a 289 cubic-inch V8 under the hood. Youll even notice some 1964.5-correct features like the generator. This one has also been improved where it counts. For example, the Holley four-barrel carburetor with electric choke means good power and an easy start. It makes a nice rumble from the newer stainless dual exhaust. Out on the road, features like the three-speed automatic transmission and power steering means you can show off this early Mustang with Shelby attitude everywhere with ease. Complete with owners manual, this is a sharp-looking Shelby tribute with a great history, too. So if you like your classic with a story to tell, dont let this one slip away. Call now!
When you take a nicely finished 1965 Ford Mustang and upgrade it to a Shelby GT350 tribute, the result is something special. So look over the shining pant, A/C interior, V8 power, and all the other extras you get with this distinct and well-presented classic. The factory-correct Rangoon Red was given a professional modern respray, and that sets the tone nicely for this sporty coupe. After all, the deep clear coat luster gives this a great presence in the sunshine, and it really highlights the straight body lines. But you want this one for far more than its radiant red. It has a ton of the right upgrades to make it look like a Mustang GT and a Shelby machine, including the dual lights in the grille, hood scoop, side scoops, and exhaust coming out of the rear valance. And that white stripe package is done exceptionally well. Thats why it starts below the front bumper, runs all the way over the car (including the roof,) and it doesnt stop until under the rear valance. Of course, the matching GT350 side stripes are a must-have for a proper tribute. Inside the white and red theme continues. But where the exterior is built for competition, the interior is much more about comfort and luxury. You know this the moment you open the door and lay eyes on the premium Pony package bucket seats. The red here goes nicely with the door panels, carpeting, headliner, dash, and upgraded center console with armrest and cup holders. The wood and chrome steering wheel has a great vintage feel, and it coordinates nicely with paneling on the glove box and gauge surrounds. Plus, with an AM/FM/cassette stereo and cold-blowing air conditioning, this is a truly terrific anytime cruiser. Under the hood is 289 cubic-inch V8 thats dressed to impress the Shelby crowd. It has the Cobra air cleaner and Cobra valve covers boldly sitting on top of the big blue block. The way this one fires up readily lets you know this has been maintained properly. The V8 inhales deeply with a four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with authority thanks to headers that feed the newer stainless dual exhaust. And this throaty GT350 tribute is good to drive on the road thanks to features like the C4 three-speed automatic transmission and the upgraded Ridler 17-inch wheels that allow for fitting proper modern performance tires. Complete with owners manual, this is a great-looking Shelby tribute with all the right features. So dont let this opportunity pass you by, call today!
This full-blue 1965 Ford Mustang adds some nice upgrades to its iconic style. So its great you can get it all for such an affordable price. This one stays close to its original color of Caspian Blue, but there was a respray later in life to give it an upgraded clearcoat luster when the sunlight hits the famous first-year Mustang curves. And there are more upgrades in attitude everywhere you look. It includes but not limited to the GT-style exhaust out of the rear valance, and the Keystone Klassic wheels. These are all distinct, but exactly the kind of upgrades youd do in the 1960s. So this one strikes that ideal balance of looking unique while still remaining quite period-correct. Inside is the factory-correct blue interior. With all these tones coordinating nicely, the whole car has the bright appeal of a deep blue ocean inside & out. The bucket seat interior makes these great cruising machines, and this one is even upgraded for an extra dose of performance feeling with a sports steering wheel and full auxiliary readouts. They even upgraded the gauge panel to the GTs full round setup. Under the hood, Fords famous 289 cubic-inch V8 looks extra nice with the polished components like the valve covers, air topper, alternator, intake, and much more. But what youll really love to know is that this was given a large service only a few years ago that included a new water pump, distributor, ignition, alternator, intake, crank shaft, and pulleys. A new four-barrel carburetor was also installed at the time. Thats why the V8 fires up so smoothly today. Plus, the three-speed automatic transmission received attention during this time, too. So its quite a smooth classic, and it even stays running cool thanks to the Champion aluminum radiator. When an icon like this has added distinction and drivability and its this affordable you know it makes for an irresistible deal. Call now!
This 1965 Ford Mustang is the four-speed V8 fastback youve been waiting for. Not only does it have the look of a speedy upgrade, but also the suspension to match. Theres an instant attraction to any first-year fastback all dressed in a glossy red, but you also know theres something more to this one. The hood scoop, hood pins, and large 18-inch Vision American Muscle Legend Series wheels give it an instant distinction as something special. Those who get closer might also notice other details like the clear headlights and sequential LED taillights. It all brings a whole new dimension to a car what was already born with a very sporty attitude. Inside is the same classic attitude with the right upgrades. The first thing you really spot are the seats. They are full upgraded leather set from TMI. Not only do they give you modern bolstering for greater comfort, but also the black is finished with red stitching to really give it a terrific color coordination inside and out. These new seats go well with the deep, dark interior. But any time you want to brighten things up, there an upgrade to LED floor lights. This classic is meant to be a drivers machine, so you have an upgraded three-spoke sports steering wheel, large Sun Super tach, and the stick shift boldly poking up from the center console. Since this is a C-code Mustang, its nice to see a proper 289 cubic-inch V8 under the hood. Its dressed to impress with plenty of shine on the tower brace, long air topper, and coordinating valve covers. And the bright Monte Carlo bar is always a good addition. You get full control over the V8 thanks to the four-speed manual transmission, and in fact, control is the central theme of this coupe. Thats why you also have terrific upgrades like the Classic Performance Products complete front mini subframe kit, including tubular control arms. Plus, the new wheels allow for fitting modern performance tires, and behind all four are drilled & slotted disc brakes. This is the desirable first-year fastback that has handling that can run circles around the rest (literally). Call now!
This 1965 Ford Mustang represents the best of a first-year pony car. After all, you get a great color combo, interesting features, and its still offered for a value price. Ivy Green is this Mustangs original color, and today the hue represents 1965 perfectly. This sets up for a head-turning appearance because so many of these Mustangs have traded in their roots for wild new colors. But this one goes in the opposite direction, staying true to the original right down to those great wire wheel covers with logo in the middle. In fact, this car was first sent to the Charlotte ordering district, and over half a century later its still selling out of its original area. So this one has that well-respected local car vibe we all love. Complete trim, shining bumpers, and straight sheet metal finishes off a package showcasing a coupe that commands true vintage car respect. One of the coolest colors to go with the dark green exterior is the Palomino tan interior. And thats the way this car was ordered from new. It even came with the premium pony interior that we all love to see at car shows today. So its great to see it looking so original and complete in this example. While this has quite a correct look, there have been some nice subtle upgrades inside. The steering wheel is now a wood and chrome unit, but it still keeps the Mustang center cap. This coordinates with the wood paneling on the dash, which is also upgraded to the GT-style round gauge package. Since the interior and exterior have not bowed to modern conformity, neither will the engine bay. Instead of an overblown V8, this cool cruiser keeps its original-style inline-six. We rarely get to see these anymore, and so this proudly displays the long block with the bold red valve cover and air topper radiating from within the dark engine bay. Youll also love all the details from the correct decals to correct FoMoCo washer fluid bag. The 200 cubic-inch motor fires up nicely, and it offers plenty of power to move you around town. Plus, the three-speed automatic transmission makes it even easier to enjoy the road ahead. Complete with owners manual, service manuals, and maintenance records, this is one of the most affordable ways to get your hands on an extremely distinctive version of an American icon. Opportunities like this dont come around very often, so dont miss out. Call today!!!
Dressed to look like a Shelby GT350H, this 1965 Ford Mustang convertible has a great sporty style that is only heightened by V8 power and its droptop appeal. Yes, there were no convertibles in the original batch of GT350H cars. So instead, this one helps us imagine what a first-gen rent-a-racer droptop would look like. It has the distinct look of the Hertz cars with the black and gold presentation, only now its reversed. And more than just the full-length glossy back stripes on top, this has a great Shelby-style attitude with the hood scoop, faux side ducts, and the GT350H graphics within the rocker stripes. Plus, the black American Racing Torq Thrust wheels and a crisp back folding roof gives this a very well-coordinated dark side. If you like the way the black top coordinates with the exterior accents, then with the flip of a switch, youll love how this powers down to reveal a full black interior. Plus, with the gold paint highlighting the doors and dash, this really is a terrifically coordinated package inside and out exactly what you want on a convertible. In fact, youll love all the details in this one, like the wood and chrome steering wheel, as well as the premium pony package seats. So this is the kind of interior youll be proud to share with the world. Under the hood is Fords famous 289 cubic-inch V8. While it looks quite proper for a C-code car like this, youll also notice some cool Shelby-style flair on the long Cobra air topper. More than just look good, this one is a true cruiser. The V8 fires up cleanly, makes a sweet sound from the dual exhaust, and theres even an aluminum radiator to help keep it running cool. Plus, theres a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and the grip of modern ZR-rated tires to keep this one feeling confident on the road. Complete with owners manual, this is the Mustang that dreams about delivering the car we all wish existed. So if you love a cool classic droptop, call today!
Cool colors, the Shelby look, V8 power w/stick shift, and the undeniable appeal of a fastback this 1965 Ford Mustang GT350 tribute has an instant appeal. The fastback will always be the most desirable of the original Mustangs. After all, theres just something special about a pony that looks like its always ready to gallop. And that appeal is amplified when the Shelby vibe is turned up. So you get the iconic full-length racing stripes painted on top of the metallic blue paint. A GT350 needs those exclusive rocker stripes, too. Plus, the hood scoop, faux side intakes, and dual exhaust poking through the rear valance really adds to the sporty style. While the wraparound chrome bumpers are quite nice, the brightwork youll love the most are those Ridler wheels with a 17/18 inch front/rear stagger for added aggression in the stance. Inside the sea of blue continues. This looks highly original with the correct pieces like bucket seats up front, a fold-down rear seat, and even the AM radio is still on display. More than just a vintage atmosphere, youll enjoy how this has been given an upgraded driving experience. You now have a wood and chrome steering wheel, and your right hand may never want to leave the Hurst shifter. Under the hood is proper Ford 289 cubic-inch V8 power. It looks great with the bold blue block, matching valve covers, bright air topper, and an overall tidy setup (including good belts, wires, and hoses.) This sturdy V8 inhales deeply with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with authority out of the Flowmaster dual exhaust. Out on the road, the four-speed manual transmission means complete control over the power. Plus, those that cool-looking wheel upgrade also means its now accepts those the new performance tires for superior grip. This is the desirable fastback with the Shelby look and a performance attitude. Its a terrific GT350 tribute thats ready right now. Call us!
1965 Mustang Fastback. Car looks and runs great! Engine and transmission has been replaced with '92 5.0, all disc breaks, new radiator, ignition, andmore. Serious inquiries only please, call or text (502)419-6919.