Super rare early 65 Matching Number K CODE HiPo / Original Bill Of Sale ! / SHIP WORLDWIDE
I am proud to offer this super rare 1965 Mustang K code (HiPo) for sale, it is one of the earliest K code coupe sold new in Canada, it was ordered in august 1964 and sold in october 1964.
It was sold as a 65 and so called "early 65". It was built before the fancy options available such as the pony interior and GT decor group.
It is a pure and basic early 65 and this one is factory radio delete, a true enthusiast car !
I have his original bill of sale from august 19th of 1964 as well as his original owner manual, I do have some documents that prove that it always stayed in the same county.
Its a true matching number car, the VIN is stamped on the engine bloc. The heads are true HiPo heads with the dual pin above the 289 and the "19 cast". The casting number from the engine and the heads are period correct as well so there is no doubt to confirm this engine to be 100% his original engine.
This car have been recently restored with new pieces of floor, the body have been sanded to bare metal, it is absolutely rust free and laser straight, a very nice wimbledon white paint (factory color) have been applied.
The interior is mostly original and looks good, it still have his original seats with light patina.
The engine have been redone, it have 185 psi on all cylinders and it sounds super healthy.
It have fresh tires, brakes, shocks, exhaust as well...
Remember that only 1% of the Mustang production was K code, it is hard to find and even harder to find a documented matching number car and this one is one of a few sold new to Canada...
I own this car and it will be sold with a clean title at my name, the original bill of sale from 64, the original owner manual, a "K code" plate that was used by the previous owner, documents to prove it stayed in the same county.
If you are a US buyer, the purchase will be straight forward, there is NO taxes to pay when you will cross the border, you will just have to pay your state tax and pass your state mechanical inspection to register it at your name. I will help you to import it.
If you are overseas it will be super simple as well, you can buy serenely and stress free, I will handle all the process.
Do not hesitate if you have any questions.
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