Here's a 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible finished in red with a white
convertible top and riding on stock 14' wheels with covers. The DSO
decodes to Fargo ND where it spent most of its life until the early
2000s. The odometer shows 21,127 miles, however, we are not sure if
it's actual. The paint is driver quality but has a good luster to
it, and the chrome and bright work are in good shape. You can raise
or lower the top with a flip of a switch. Under the hood is a 200
CID inline 6 cylinder that's paired with a 3-speed manual
transmission. The white vinyl interior is in good shape with two
front bucket seats, and a rear bench. The dash pad is in good
shape, and the original look of the dash and interior is intact and
untouched. The door cards and carpet are in good shape. Even the
original radio works. There is evidence of some repairs made in the
front part of the undercarriage made in the past. On the road, this
Mustang is fun to drive and smooth on the road making it enjoyable
on cruises. This Ford Mustang is something you can be pleased with
as you see it before wanting to bring it to the next level. Give us
a call at 763-434-6565 / 763-999-1098 or email
''[email protected]'' to inquire about this 1965 Ford Mustang
Convertible. WE ARE OPEN TO TRADES AND FINANCING & WARRANTY OPTIONS
1965 Ford Mustang
Location:Ham Lake, Minnesota
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