614 E. Auto Center Dr.
The 1965 Ford Mustang is an iconic pony car celebrating its 55th anniversary. So how awesome is it to find a one-owner coupe?! Plus, with V8 power and a distinct color combo, this is a true classic car find.
Prairie Bronze is a distinctive and premium color 1965 Mustang color. It has been updated over its lifetime so you get quite a nice gloss and clearcoat shine in the sunlight. More than just the color, the allure in this one is about its total package. This is a one-owner car, and you can tell it has been treated with the proper respect by how the sheetmetal has a crisp look of a carefully maintained classic. Plus, bumpers, mirror, handles, emblems, glass are all looking clean and bright. It's a well-preserved package, right down to the correct-style wheel covers.
The Palomino interior continues this distinctive and classic look. It takes on a very complete and survivor quality, and so you get to impress people with its history when they peek inside. It really is a time capsule, right down to the AM radio that's still cranking out tunes. Even the trunk looks like it has gone untouched for decades. More than just the right look of aged-in distinction, this Mustang is built for driving. That's why you have a bucket seat, grippy steering wheel, and floor shifter.
Under the hood of this C-code Mustang is a 289 cubic-inch V8. It's even properly dressed with its golden valve covers and air topper. And as a one-owner car, it's hard not to believe the claim that this is the original engine. It's been properly maintained, and so the plug wires, battery, water pump, and hoses are all looking good. It even has a newer distributor. There was an upgrade to a four-barrel carburetor to give the V8 some added pep, and the three-speed automatic transmission shifts smoothly.
The sale comes complete with the original owner's manual. So you're looking at a well-respected and sleek coupe with an awesome story to tell. Don't miss out, call today!
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