Gateway Classic Cars of Chicago is very proud to present this nice
1965 Ford Mustang. The Mustang is the longest running nameplate in
Ford's history. Ford originally thought it would sell 100,000
Mustangs in the first year but over 400,000 were purchased. The
Mustang was the namesake of the Pony Car which the long hood and
short deck came as a for runner to the Challenger, Firebird, Camaro
, and Javelin. And set the standard for the stylish sporty coupes
for many years to come and is still thriving today.This wonderfully
restored Mustang features Ford's legendary 289 Paired to a 4 Speed
Manual transmission, giving this mustang plenty of power. The
engine and transmission were rebuilt about 3000 miles ago.The
exterior is white with blue stripes giving this bad boy a mean
classic look. The interior is black and really shows well.This one
is a pleasure to drive down the road and it will certainly make all
the heads turn as you ride on by.
1965 Ford Mustang
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