Factory “A code” 1965 Ford Mustang GT Convertible!
This is a rare opportunity to own a legendary Mustang GT.
The previous owner lovingly owned and cared for this car for over 30 years. When originally restored this car has won many trophies including a concourse show scoring 97 out of 100. This is an older restoration that still shows beautifully however it is not a concourse car any longer.
Equipped with a Factory “A code” hi/Po 289 V-8 w/4 barrel carb that sounds healthy and has plenty of GT power, factory 4 speed manual trans that shifts nicely, power front disc brakes (when owner had car restored updated brake system with more modern disc brake package for much more enhanced responsive stopping power.), factory handling package with heavy duty suspension and larger diameter front sway bar, quick ratio 16:1 HCC AX steering box (see pic w factory tag still attached), dual trumpet exhaust which sounds great, Factory fog light holes in correct location with correct original fog light switch, all GT badging, original GT Rally wheels etc.
The exterior shows very well with nice paint having good shine and finish (has a scratch or nick etc since paint is older) . All chrome looks excellent, Glass is excellent.
Undercarriage is very clean and solid as well as the trunk.
The power convertible top is in excellent condition.
Overall good looking clean car!
Take advantage of this great find for this highly collectible Mustang is sure to appreciate in value so start enjoying your investment today!
Serious buyers are encouraged to leave a deposit. Remember the old saying “ A car that you looked at today and are thinking about buying tomorrow someone looked at yesterday and will buy today!”
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