Nice 1965 Ford Mustang “C code” 289 V8 Convertible!
$24995.00 Easy No Haggle pricing!
This car just took a 150 mile road trip and performed well while turning heads the whole way!
YOUTUBE VIDEO LINK of the car driving at 75 mph on the highway : https://youtu.be/c7BU5pdUw3s
YOUTUBE WALKAROUND VIDEO: https://youtu.be/XHrHXF7RFsQ
Equipped with a strong running 289 V8 that sounds healthy and has good power , Auto transmission that’ shifts well, responsive brakes, updated aluminum radiator, new gas tank, dual exhaust sounds nice. Tires have good tread life. The car takes the road well and has excellent acceleration-Fun driver!
The bright Red exterior is in nice shape with shiny paint and a high gloss finish. Both solid trunk and undercarriage. Power convertible top in nice shape and powers up and down nicely.
The interior is in good condition overall. Carpet good, good seats both front and rear, solid door panels. Has the original radio( inop). Speedometer works nice as does the gas gauge and temp gauge.
The classic car market has been outperforming the stock market for years!
Start enjoying your rare investment today and be the envy at all the local car shows since no one there will have one of these !
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