614 E. Auto Center Dr.
Everyone loves a first-year 1965 Ford Mustang convertible, but when you can find one like this with bold paint and plenty of quality investments, this droptop pony car is a true standout.
There were some yellows on Ford's palette in '65, but none were as bold as this. The consignor states it was finished this year, and there's a radiance that backs it up. It has the kind of bright presence that can be a standout in a crowd. Plus, the newer white vinyl folding roof gives the convertible a distinctively premium touch. But even with all this character that makes it valuable, the car also gets the fundamentals right. Gaps and alignment are up to factory standards, which already makes it a standout at most car shows. But then there's the brightwork. The mirror-like bumpers, the iconic Mustang "corral" up front, and the complete trim give it a great aura. Plus, the correct era wire wheel covers add individuality to this very cool cruiser without being too flashy.
Beneath the white roof is a nice white interior, so you get the distinction of this crisp color with the top up or down. So we know you'll love taking this droptop out for plenty of weekend cruising activities. The sports steering wheel, bright gearshift, and bucket seats means this is a driver's machine. There's even an upgraded AM/FM/cassette stereo w/digital tuner neatly integrated so you get good cruising tunes.
Since the interior and exterior are so distinctive, the engine bay follows suit, too. Instead of an overblown V8, this cool cruiser keeps its classic-style inline-six. The consignor states this was rebuilt in 2017, and there were nice performance upgrades like a bored 0.30 kit, DUI performance ignition, and a header package on the exhaust. It gives this classic long block plenty of power to move you down the road, and the three-speed automatic transmission only heightens its easy cruising attitude. And because it has the honest presentation, people will love to see it at car shows. After all, the Mustang was built on the idea of being a practical car for the weekdays and something fun for the weekends... and this example does exactly that.
This is the Mustang that is bold and different in the best ways. So if you love classic droptop distinction, call today!
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