FORD MUSTANG SHELBY GT350 TRIBUTE COBRA ELEANOR 289 V8 (C CODE)
5 SPEED TRANSMISSION -CALIFORNIA RUST FREE CLASSIC
This listing is for a very nice vintage 1965 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 Restomod Tribute. Original C code V8 car. This Mustang is in good
running/driving condition with lots of new parts!!!
Paint is Pepper Gray Metallic with Jet Black GT Super Snake stripes. Paint is brand new 1 week old. Paint is base coat clear cut and polished to a high shine. Super Snake
style stripes are painted on not decals. Many new exterior parts and add ons: New Maier Racing Eleanor hood scoop and side side scoops, new billet aluminum Cobra gas cap,
custom Alloy wheels with New Shelby knock offs, brand new tires 215 50 16, new Cobra/GT350 exterior emblems. All exterior chrome is in nice shape, exterior lighting, turn
signals, brake lights all function properly.
The engine is a 289 cubic inch performance V8 with no issues. Previous owner advised engine had been rebuilt, but mileage on the build is unknown. Engine runs great, starts
right up and does not smoke or boil over. Lots of new parts: Cast aluminum Cobra air cleaner & matching cast aluminum Power by Ford valve covers, Holley 600 4V carburetor,
Edelbrock Performer RPM aluminum intake manifold, Performer camshaft, MSD Pro Billet distributor, MSD Blaster coil, MSD 8.8mm spark plug wires, mini starter, chrome oil pan,
new Everstart deep cycle marine battery, new water pump, new fuel pump recent oil change and coolant flush. Exhaust is headers running into full length 2 1/2 inch X pipe and 40
series Flowmaster mufflers. Car sounds awesome with a nice deep rumble. Transmission is a late model T5 manual 5 speed transmission. Aftermarket updated hydraulic clutch
conversion for nice easy smooth shifting.
The interior has been redone with brand new factory style seat upholstery, new carpet, new door panels, new arm rests, new dash pad, new headliner, new Cobra floor mats,
new package tray, original radio is still installed but not currently hooked up. Heater works good, but this Mustang is not equipped with factory air conditioning. Gauges, horn,
wipers and interior lighting all function properly. Unfortunately due to the late model T5 transmission conversion the speedometer is not currently hooked up.
Mustang is equipped with factory power steering. Brakes are drum up front and drum out back. Shoes and cylinders in the front and rear were replaced by previous owner.
Suspension is all stock with coil springs up front and leaf springs in the rear with an 8 inch rear end and the differential has been topped off. Front and rear shocks were all
replaced with KYB performance shocks by previous owner. New fuel tank and sending unit. Trunk is clean no rust new trunk mat with spare cover.
This is a private sale, financing is available with good credit/Approval in 15 minutes
I have a short video i can send by request-Delivery NO CHARGE-847-848-1850
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