If you are not interested in "thumbs up" and heads turning when you drive by in this 1965 mustang convertible, this is NOT the car for you. This mustang has been family owned and garage kept for 30 years. It has won multiple awards at local mustang shows. This car was found 50 miles south of Tulsa in a farmer's field, after a much needed trip to the car wash restoration was underway.
302 V-8, automatic transmission, power top, power brakes, remote mirror control, pony interior, style steel wheels, and radial tires. Wimbleton white body with red interior and a black convertible top. Original 289 engine is included with the car.
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