1965 Ford Mustang GT Convertible. This is not your average Mustang.
In 2009 it appraised for only a couple thousand less than high
retail according to NADA Guides for Classic Cars. Since then, it
has only had more work done to make this car absolutely beautiful.
This is a GT with some important factory options like the 289/225hp
engine code 'A' Factory 4 speed manual transmission and even A/C
This car is nowhere near average in my opinion. I just took it to a
classic car shop and had the following done: Fresh paint of
original color with alignment of all panels New decal stripe after
paint job Top cleaned A/C repaired Electrical issue fixed Radio
fixed Tune up with plugs and wires New voltage regulator Engine bay
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