800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1965 Ford Mustang 2+2 is an in-demand car for being a first-year fastback. And since it has the look of the sportiest pony, this one was upgraded to be an even better all-around sports car with stunning paint, an A/C interior, five-speed stick, four-wheel disc brakes, and a strong V8 heart.
The fastback is the one we all want when looking for a performance pony, and this one really plays that part correctly. For example, it was born a Poppy Red car, but this was upgraded to Ford's Rangoon Red because it's a shade bolder. You can see there was a solid investment all-around with a nice shine on the chrome bumpers and doors that close with ease. There's a nice GT look with the fog lights. And that's joined by the styled steel wheels and bright dual exhaust for the kind of sporty look a car like this deserves.
The black interior has a handsome style. Lovers of vintage Mustangs will enjoy the classic elements, like the fold-down rear seat and AM radio that's still there for display. But what you also notice is how much this one is upgraded to be a good modern driver. You have upgrades like a cup holder center console and cold-blowing air conditioning running R134a refrigerant. The steering wheel, gauges, and low-back bucket seats have a great classic feel, but the shifter now shows you have an extra great to enjoy it all. And the auxiliary gauge trio lets you keep an eye on the upgrade under the hood.
The engine bay has the clean look of a solid investment. And while the blue block and even Ford hoses give this a very stock style, this one has been subtly upgraded in all the best ways. For starters, this is powered by a 302 cubic-inch V8 that was only available later in the Mustang's life. It inhales deeper with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with a nice authority out of a newer dual exhaust w/Flowmasters. There are even good supporting components like an aluminum radiator with an electric fan. This is a strong-running package, and you get to take full advantage of it thanks to the upgrade to a Tremec five-speed manual transmission. Stopping power is also well in-hand with upgraded four-wheel disc brakes.
Fastbacks are always in-demand, so you know how special it is to find one that looks this good and already has all the best features for modern enjoyment. This restored pony car is ready to hit the road. Call today!!!
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