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A red 1965 Ford Mustang coupe is truly iconic. And this one is even a true A-code car with a 289 four-barrel carburetor. So it's time to enjoy a vibrant pony car that also was built from day one with more gallop.
Bright red 1965 Mustangs are instantly respected because they are one of the most beloved ways to get an all-American classic. So it just seems a bit nicer to find one that has a newer application so that the vibrant color truly has a noteworthy shine. And with nice panels and gaps, the Sunday sunlight really enjoys finding this coupe. Contrasting the red in color (but complementing its shine) are the brightwork pieces like the wraparound chrome bumpers, rocker trim, and proper Mustang logo fender badges. The styled steel wheels are a nice touch for a sporty look, and that's exactly want you want on an A-code car.
Black interiors have always been the popular choice to go with red interiors. After all, the bright exterior gets your heart racing, and the darkness inside gets you ready to get down to business. In fact, you really feel quite ready to drive this Mustang thanks to features like good carpeting, taut bucket seats, and the desirable center console in-between. As you look across the dash, you're going to spot provisions for some nice features, like a retro-style AM/FM digital tuner and air conditioning (both will need servicing to function ideally.) Of course, what you'll really love is gripping the classic Mustang steering wheel. It has the unmistakable feeling of putting control directly in your hands, and it's something you never get to really feel on a modern coupe.
The bold blue block is truly radiating from within the dark and tidy engine bay. So this has a look that's ready to show off, and that's for a very good reason. As an A-code Mustang this came from the factory with the more desirable 289 and four-barrel carburetor combination. It still carries those specs today. It fires up eagerly like a well-maintained car, and it makes a sweet tune out of the dual exhaust. There are some nice driving features like a three-speed automatic transmission and the grip of wide BF Goodrich T/As.
This is a well-presented Mustang that has all the features you want, especially in the engine bay. So don't let this A-code pony slip away, call today!
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