614 E. Auto Center Dr.
When you think about your perfect 1965 Ford Mustang convertible, this is exactly what comes to mind. After all, when it has been given all the right investments in paint, interior, and plenty of V8 power, this is a terrific total package droptop.
The iconic lines of the first-year Ford Mustang convertible are instantly recognizable the moment it turns a corner. But what really impresses is when a car as crisp as this one. The sheetmetal has well-defined creases where you can see the sporty overhang of the hood, short rear deck, and the crease that runs the full length with a classic kick-up behind the door. Of course the other reason you can see this so well is because the factory-correct Rangoon Red has been given a quality respray later in life for extra gloss and shine. And competing for this shine is terrific brightwork on everything from the full rocker trim to the wraparound chrome bumpers. Even the details are great, like styled steel wheels with double red line tires to match this red pony.
The cream-colored folding roof has a sophisticated look against the red paint, but what's really great is the when you take it down. That's when it reveals the factory-correct red interior. After all, it's hard to get a more red-blooded American classic than a red-on-red first-year Mustang. And you can tell someone knew this was the kind of interior you'd want to show off, because there have been solid investments in keeping it looking fresh on the dash, steering wheel, carpeting, and more. But more than just look great, this has the details right, too. We all love the look of the premium "Pony" package on the seatbacks, and the premium door panels have a terrific textured look and feel. Plus, the radio has been upgraded to a retro-style AM/FM digital tuner with cassette and a CD changer because a cool cruising droptop like this needs to have the best tunes available.
Ford's 289 cubic-inch V8 is a terrific powerhouse for both power and dependability. This one is especially nice with bright bracing bars, bold new wires, crisp hoses, an Optima red top battery, and much more invested in keeping this one looking good and running right. Plus, there are nice upgrades for power like the Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock aluminum intake. The dual exhaust gives a sweet tune you'll love to hear in this droptop. And cruising is always a breeze with features like power steering, a three-speed automatic transmission, and a front disc brake upgrade.
This is the iconic classic Mustang done the right way. That's why it's always going to be in demand. Don't miss out, call today!
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