800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1965 Ford Mustang gets it right exactly where it counts. You have enhanced V8 power, the control of four-on-the-floor, and plenty of sporty detail upgrades. It makes the right way to deliver the upgraded performance attitude.
The upgrade to red paint from green was done later in life to give this Mustang both a timeless and bold look to get noticed. It has been done with care to have the kind of gloss that really pops in the sunshine. It gets its fundamentals right, too, including good gaps, clean glass, nice lines, and the doors that line up well. Brightwork is also clean, complete, and shining. It all makes for a driver-quality and driver-ready car that you can show off with pride. And those 15-inch Cragar Eliminator 500 wheels fit in with the classic style and shine. Plus, these icons of speed even have an extra meaty rear set to give you the ideal sporty stance.
Black always looks good against red, so this one has an attractive style. It's also nicely detailed with the carpet, headliner, and dash all having a new-like appearance. And you'll even appreciate the little details, like how the bright under-dash lights still greet you when the door opens. And this one has the right feeling you want in a driver's classic. There are factory features like the low-back front bucket seats and thin/grippy three-spoke steering wheel. They are joined by upgrades like the auxiliary readouts and a Hurst floor shifter.
Under the hood is Ford's 289 cubic inch motor. It has a sporty style with the black Ford Racing valve covers and air grabber. And the red lettering goes great with the bright plug wires. It has the look of power, and so this V8 backs it up with upgrades like a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Offenhauser intake, and long tube headers feeding the dual exhaust and Super Turbo mufflers. You'll also notice good supporting components like the aluminum radiator, MSD coil, and bracer bar across the engine bay. You have full control over the enhanced V8 thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. And as you look underneath, you'll see nice details like power front disc brakes. Plus, the traction bars and wider rear tires know how to get the power to the pavement.
This is the bright and powerful pony car that makes for a fun V8 cruiser. So if you love driving your icons, call now!
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