For sale at Gateway Classic Cars in our St. Louis showroom is a 1965 Ford Mustang. This Mustang is a show stopper. The black paint looks amazing and is nicely complimented with silver racing stripes. The Halibrand style polished aluminum wheels are American Racing Shelby and are wrapped in Good Year rubber. The front tires are 215/45R17 and 235/45R17 in the rear. Giving this Mustang such a perfect ride height is a set of coil over shocks in the back with traction bars and sport springs up front. Power four wheel disc brakes make for easy and issue free stopping. A giant improvement over the factory four wheel drums. Power steering aids in easy driving around town and the strut tower brace makes for great corner carving. The stroker 347 is a crate engine and makes a great sound which can also be adjust thanks to electric exhaust cutouts that are controlled by a key fob. 347s are known for making great power and this one is equipped with aluminum cylinder heads and headers. Not only do the aluminum heads reduce weight over the front end but also flows more air than the restrictive original cast iron heads. The tubular headers aid in exhaust flow. Get the air and fuel in as quickly as possible and out just as quickly. Handling the power is a stout C4 3 speed automatic transmission and back to a Ford 9 inch housing 3.73 gears with posi-traction. Inside the color theme continues with black and silver bucket seats with a custom center console, tilt column and a custom gauge cluster fitted with Auto Meter gauges. For more information on this 1965 Ford Mustang, call 618-271-3000 or stop by our St. Louis showroom. To view 100+ HD photos and video, visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com
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