1964.5 AKA 1965 Ford Mustang Coupe 6Cyl Engine 200ci Automatic
Trans Runs and Drives Great! Very Strong Disc Brakes GT Decal 15
Inch Pony Mag Wheels Original Black and Yellow Plate California Car
Straight Body Very Solid Floor Pans and Trunk Are Rock Solid AUX
Original Style Radio New Speakers Beautiful Black Standard Interior
Family Owned And Well Taken Care Of lots of paperwork documents
receipts Paint Is Old And Has Chips But No Dents Car is 57 Years
Old IT IS NOT A SHOW CAR FUN FACTS Ford president Lee Iacocca and
Chief Engineer Donald N. Frey built a sporty car with power,
comfort and luxury options and it was a runaway hit from day one.
This 64 � Mustang was manufactured May, 1964, and was marketed as
an early 1965 model. The VIN # and Door Tag codes show it to be the
real deal. San Jose California , kept out of the elements, original
paint springtime yellow with 1 repaint Wimbledon white .The current
California Owner has a clean and clear title. The Ford paint still
looks great and is a classic color for an early Mustang. The coupe
body design with long nose, short deck styling influenced future
muscle cars from every maker. The distinctive styling was an
instant crowd-pleaser and it still turns heads today. It is
timeless and cues can be seen in every Mustang model since the day
this one rolled out of the factory. chrome trim and chrome bumpers
are in very good condition. This first generation "Pony Car" has a
2.8 Liter 170 cubic inch straight 6 cylinder Thriftpower engine
mated to a C4 3-speed automatic transmission with overdrive.
Tipping the scales at 2,570 lbs, it is much lighter than its V8
equipped brother at around 3,000 lbs giving you better fuel economy
and sportier handling with better weight distribution. With a 1-bbl
carburetor, horsepower was factory rated at 105, plenty for road
trips and cruising. Currently Registered Clean Title Pink Slip in
1965 Ford Mustang
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