There's already a ton of appeal in finding a first-year drop-top
pony car like this 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible. And with V8
power, an A/C interior, cruise control, and plenty of other
additions, you can see this is a standout total package.
This Mustang has a very cool black and white style. After all,
Wimbledon White was the color of the first Mustang convertible sold
to the public. And this one mixes in a terrific look with the black
triple rocker stripe and black convertible top. The coordination is
even extended to the tires when you have a set of whitewalls. So
you have a stylish two-tone look. It's all part of an update later
in life, and so fickle buyers may want to give it a professional
detail. But there's always the fundamental appeal of a pony car
with a body that looks straight and clean. And you'll even
appreciate the brightwork where classic elements like the chrome
bumpers are joined by sporty pieces like the styled steel wheels
and long dual exhaust tips.
The roof powers down to reveal the full black interior. So you get
the timeless black and this appeal with the top up or down. This
has the right vintage style, right down to the details, like the
bright door trim, thin/grippy steering wheel, and even the AM radio
is there for display. But what you may just like the most are the
comfort features. You have an upgraded center console with cup
holders, cold-blowing factory-style air conditioning, and this
Mustang even has been given cruise control! Plus, there's a PA
system that you can either use a mic or broadcast animal sounds. So
it's great for everything from leading the parade to just letting
everyone know you've arrived in a very unique way.
Under the hood is Ford's famous 289 cubic-inch V8 looking distinct
with its big golden air grabber. These are hardy motors that love
upgrades, and so there's potential here to do everything from you
swapping in a new four-barrel carb on a Sunday to letting a shop
really turn this into a growling Mustang. Regardless of how you
choose to motor, the three-speed automatic transmission, power
steering, and modern Michelin tires are there to also help make
sure this one can take any parade route with ease.
This is the kind of car that lets you choose your own adventure.
It's an ionic drop-top with A/C from day one. And then you get to
choose how you want to personalize the V8, detail the paint, or any
other part that strikes your fancy because you have a solid icon
from day one.
1965 Ford Mustang
Location:Lithia Springs, Georgia
Exterior Color:WImbledon White
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