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This 1965 Ford Mustang GT350 is exactly how you want a tribute car to be. On the outside there's a nice investment in slick paint; inside are all the vintage goodies you want; and under the hood is proper growling V8 power. So look over all the details on an all-around well-done fastback icon.
A Shelby-built GT350 will cost a fortune. That's why it's worth extra for a nice tribute like this that gets the details right. There's just no mistaking the original GT350 appearance. It starts with taking one of the rarest and often most valuable of the three Mustang configurations, the 2+2 fastback, and making it even better looking. This one was restored to include a professional application of Wimbledon White paint. Plus, the blue competition stripes give it the presence that made Shelby Mustangs an icon from day one. It's a look that told the world this is a true American racer. Make sure to add the correct GT hood scoop, offset racing, pony in the grille, and hood pins to give it a correct and aggressive first impression. And everything looks vibrant on this example, right down to the chrome bumpers. Also, make sure the details are nice, like the Cragar-style wheels from Shelby. So yes, you're looking at one well-sorted tribute machine.
A black bucket seat interior always looks competition-ready and that's especially true when to looks as crisp as this one. You can tell they made the right investments inside, right down to the fresh carpeting with Cobra logos in them. This has all the details, you'll love, like the fold-down rear seat, wood-rimmed Cobra steering wheel, and the cool Rally Pac with the tach and clock mounted on the steering column. That last feature goes particularly well with the Hurst shifter to deliver a true performance experience. So while there is an upgraded stereo with retro-style AM/FM/cassette digital tuner, we really know your favorite soundtrack begins in the engine bay.
Under the hood is 289 cubic-inch V8 that's just as crisp and clean as the rest of this coupe. A freshly painted blue block, bright air topper, and Cobra valve covers make this ready to show off. Plus, this V8 inhales deeply with a four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with authority out of the racing-style dual exhaust. In fact, don't forget to check out the pies in the undercarriage photos. There you'll see more great details like the proper red oxide undercoating (just another sign of a detailed build.) You control the V8 power and high-performance soundtrack with the four-speed manual transmission. Plus, power brakes and modern Cooper sport tires continue this feeling of good control.
This fastback is a fitting tribute to a true icon. So if you love a great vintage car that you can drive with pride, call today!!!
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