The 4th longest continuous production model in America, the Mustang
was first produced in 1964 and created an all new class of cars -
Pony Cars. Meant to provide affordable, compact and highly styled
coupes and convertibles, Pony Cars were an immediate hit and the
Mustang was the standout leader in terms of popularity. This 1966
Mustang is a great driving pony car that was restored to be a
vehicle one would enjoy driving while being able to take to local
shows and get a great deal of attention on the road. This Caspian
Blue 1965 Mustang captures the attention of anyone who sees it. The
maser straight gleaming exterior, with perfect body gaps, shows the
quality of the restoration this car underwent. The exterior was
just treated to a ceramaic protective coating. On the interior, the
Ford blue carpeting carries the car's color scheme and the host of
options, including just-added modern A/C and automatic transmission
present a car that is fun to drive. Do not miss the opportunity to
purchase what is, undoubtedly, one of the finest '65s on the market
today. Unless stated otherwise, vehicle mileage on title is exempt
and unknown if original.
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