Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1965 Ford Mustang GT Tribute fulfills your wish list from day one. The exterior is extra bold and extra sporty. The interior is extra comfy with cold-blowing A/C. And the 289 V8 has been given the right upgrades to give this pony car an extra kick of power.
Poppy Red is a terrific color. It was only around for 1964-65 and it has a boldness that even looks orange in some lights. This one looks particularly nice because it was upgraded to this color with a later professional respray that makes it really pop in the sunshine. The chrome bumpers and trim have also been polished to make this a uniform shining total package. So you have quite a sharp-looking coupe even before you spot all the GT upgrades. This has the right look for a performance pony with fog lights in the grille, a white triple stripe on the rockers, and the trumpeted dual exhaust integrated into the rear valance. They even did the right details like eliminating the bumper guards and adding a GT badging, including gas cap. And those styled steel wheels look excellent with classic double redline tires.
The rocker stripes not only look great, but they're also a preview of the interior. The seats, door panels, and headliner all have a bright white appearance of quality. Plus, the steering wheel and lower dash really bring out even more of this upper-class disposition. They also kept it practical with the carpeting all done in black and a dash pad to match. This one likes to keep its classic style, right down to the details. So you have the working courtesy lights, the early Mustang instrument panel w/wide speedometer, and even the AM radio powers up for a display. And while this has the classic look of a vintage A/C unit, it's actually a recent investment in a full system blowing cold with modern R134a refrigerant for easy servicing.
The engine bay has the sharp look of a solid investment. It includes an upgraded aluminum radiator, polished valve covers, good hoses, and a new gas tank. And the center is a tidy 289 cubic-inch V8. These hardy motors love upgrades, and so this one was given a Holley four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock Performer intake, and Hooker long tube headers feeding the dual exhaust. This GT tribute enjoys being a true classic that likes you to feel the road. But it also has the right cruising features like a three-speed automatic transmission and an overall solid feeling from quality investments.
This has the sporty style you want from a GT and the overall quality of a classic you can proudly drive. So you know it's the kind of distinct Mustang you need in your garage. Call today!!!
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