213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
You can tell by just the first impression of the exterior, that this 1965 Ford Mustang has some extra attitude. And as you dig deeper, you'll see a performance-built small block V8, a five-speed addition, and other upgrades that really make this one a powerful pony driver.
A first-gen Mustang is an instant icon, but this one like to declare it's something a bit more from the first moment it comes into view. After all, it's hard not to notice the power dome of the lightweight fiberglass hood. And the well-integrated rear spoiler is a California Special kind of cool. The classic Mag 500 wheels even have a larger rear set of tires just to give this coupe the right stance. Bright chrome bumpers and bright red paint that's smooth to the touch make the overall package attractive. It makes for an overall impression of a sharp-looking legend that was upgraded to be a real and fun driver.
When you open the door, you have an attractive black interior. This was refreshed later in life, and so the upholstery, headliner, and other fundamentals are looking good. And while this is the kind of car that can be fun to share with family and friends, you can also tell the focus is truly on the driver. That's why you have front bucket seats, a center console in between, and an upgraded sports steering wheel. Plus, have you counted the number of hears on the shifter yet?
The engine bay is filled with V8 power. This is believed to be a later 302 cubic-inch V8, and that's just the base for plenty of added performance. It has been stated to us that the motor has been bored .30 over and has been enhanced with a roller camshaft, roller rockers, and World Product heads. It inhales deeply with a Demon 750 double-pumper four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with added power and authority as long tube headers feed the dual exhaust. You'll even spot good supporting components like an MSD ignition, Ford Racing plug wires, an electric fan, and a Shelby-style Monte Carlo bar across the engine bay. Because it's a driver's car, this one wants to make sure you feel connected with the motor and the road. So you have upgrades for drive confidence, like front disc brakes, rear traction bars, subframe connectors, and a handy five-speed manual transmission.
When a classic Mustang is built for even more driver-ready fun, you know it makes for an irresistible deal. Call today!!!
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