This 1965 Mustang Deluxe Convertible has been in our family
since purchased from dealer in July 1965. We have the
original bill of sale and the original loan papers. It has been
garaged for its entire life.
Our Mustang has original engine, transmission and drive train, along with a mileage of 44,600. It’s 76B body style is one of only 5338 manufactured in 1965 from a total production run of 559,451 Mustangs. Only 1% of the production run in 1965 were the 76B body style.
The inspection plate indicates the original color codes, body style, engine and transmission all match. What makes this mustang rare, is my research shows that the color code X, “Vintage Burgundy” was used less than 8% of the 64 1/2, 65 and 66.
Most powerful and quickest factory version to arrive later this year
Classic Recreations lands licensing agreement with Ford for new high-performance pony cars
The Pick of the Day is a Shelby clone that appears to be properly done and offered at a reasonable price
For America, it was love at first sight. On National Mustang Day, we look back on our collective first date
Remembering pony cars we’ve owned, or at least enjoyed
The Pick of the Day is a low-mileage example of the special-edition performance hatchback
A turbocharged inline-4 that makes 200 horsepower, plus sporty SVO tweaks, make the Pick of the Day an interesting prospect