A 1965 Ford Mustang with upgraded 302 V8 power and a five-speed
means you get the classic first-ever pony car look you love but now
with more power and better control.
We all love the first-year Mustangs because they launched the icon,
and this one wearing the distinct Silver Smoke gray provides
immediate attraction. It's the factory-correct color, but it has a
glowing shine that only comes from a good modern clearcoat respray.
The look of quality also comes from good gaps and body lines that
deliver the kind of crisp presentation you want of a well-done
classic. And that goes double for all the brightwork, too. Plus,
the competition-style American Racing Torq Thrust wheels have a
gray look that goes with the car's paint and the extra sporty
package under the hood.
Black always is a great color to go with silver, and this is
especially nice with the seats, door panels, headliner and
carpeting shows this has been given a solid investment. But this
full dark side interior is broken up by brightwork in all the right
places, including the desirable center console. This is the kind of
car that gets the details right. You see it in classic pieces like
the working courtesy lights, to well integrated upgrades like
retro-style AM/FM radio with aux input. Plus, the white-faced look
of the upgraded MP Performance gauge package really shows this is a
driver's classic. There's not only a large speedo, but also a tach
that goes quite handy with the extra gear on the Hurst shifter.
The engine bay is stuffed with more power than you could get in
'65. Ford's 302 cubic-inch looks terrific in the engine bay with a
boldly repainted block, polished Ford Racing valve covers, tidy
Ford Racing plus wires, and a shining air topper announcing the
added displacement. More than just a bigger motor, this also has a
hydraulic roller cam, electronic ignition, Edelbrock aluminum
intake, and topped with a Holley four-barrel carburetor. Shorty
headers add power while also adding rumble to the Flowmaster dual
exhaust. The upgraded Borg/Warner five-speed manual transmission
means you have another gear and better ratios to take full
advantage of the power. It's a true classic sports car that want
you to feel the road, and there's even wide BF Goodrich T/As.
This is the powerful and well-presented pony car that's offered for
a great price. Don't miss out on this deal, call today!