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1965 Ford Mustang 61404 Miles White 289 V8 4 Speed Manual

Make: Ford
Model: Mustang
Type: --
Trim: --
Year: 1965
Mileage: 61,404
VIN: 5F09T600811
Color: White
Engine: 289 V8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only

1965 Ford Mustang -- Additional Info:

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 wasn't 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 it's 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 it's a 2-seat sports car if you wish. Set yourself down in the driver's 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 " 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.