800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1965 Ford Mustang brings together all the best parts. After all, glossy red paint, sporty style upgrades, and proper V8 power are all what make this first-year pony car such an enduring icon.
Why are glossy red Mustangs so favorable? Because there's nothing better than going for a sunny Sunday drive and knowing how much this one radiates. You can just feel the attention gravitating towards you as you pull up to any stoplight. Good body panels and complete trim mean that you'll also happily linger so people can take a longer look. And you even have the kind of details that make this look like a good galloping pony, like the bright dual exhaust tips and upgraded mag wheels.
The factory correct black interior is simple, clean, and attractive. The bucket seats, carpeting, and door panels are all in nice shape to make this an easy place to spend some time. And you'll like the details, right down to the working courtesy lights. There's also an upgraded AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette. So you can already imagine rolling down all the windows and let the interior get filled with the ideal balance of your favorite music and a cool morning breeze.
Under the hood is Ford's hardy 289 cubic-inch V8. The blue block, shining valve covers, and air intake assembly w/callout are all sharp and attractive. Plus, the setup is tidy, right down to the hoses. So you can tell there has been an investment in the engine bay. More than just look good, this V8 also has some added pep from an Edelbrock intake and Holley four-barrel carburetor. This is the kind of classic that likes to let you feel the road. But it also has the right driving features, like a three-speed automatic transmission and wide Firestone tires.
This is an icon done right. So if you're looking for a bright red cruiser, don't miss this first-year Mustang. Call now!
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