This 1965 (1964.5) Ford Mustang convertible is an Iconic American muscle car. Recently completed 2 year nut and bolt restoration. The motor and transmission have been rebuilt. Car looks brand new. Only 88k original miles this stunning Wimbledon white with blue interior and Blue power convertible top. Powered by Ford’s 289 4v V8 motor with the C4 automatic transmission and Rally Pac. Full length factory floor console. And the car is straight as an arrow which you can see in the photos. Brand new interior. This car was born on April 6, 1964 and built in plant F in Dearborn MI. All trades welcome…Cars and motorcycles, all years and makes. Please contact Michael G Meyer at 508-749-4227 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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