This 1965 Ford Mustang is an awesome way to get into the hobby at an affordable price. And when you check out the condition of this iconic Wimbledon White coupe, you'll discover a turnkey ready classic that has everything you want.
Wimbledon White is always an excellent choice on an early Mustang, especially the coupes. This one looks particularly nice because its a later professional respray makes the factory-original color really let's it pop in the sunshine. This car is made up of iconic elements like the chrome quarter panel ornaments, Mustang emblems on the front fenders, "crosshair" grille, bright chrome bumpers, and instantly recognizable taillights. And that's the true key to the car's presence. More than just the desirable color, all the details that make the first Mustang an enduring icon are complete and pristine on this example. So it's just like that shimmering coupe you grew up admiring – right down to the factory-style optional steel wheels.
Inside the factory-correct red vinyl shows more evidence that this car has been under the right care. The seats, carpeting, and headliner all have deep red appearance of quality. Plus, the door panels and dash pad really bring out even more of this cherry disposition. In fact, we love it when a red interior is this nice and complete, because from the outside, you can almost see it radiating like a siren's song begging you to get in and go for a drive. You slip behind the factory-style deep-dish steering wheel and gaze at the early Mustang instrument panel famous for its wide speedometer flanked by secondary gauges on either end. The T-bar gearshift is a nice place to rest your right hand, and you can just feel this Mustang was meant for cruising.
Under the hood is the correct 289 cubic-inch Ford V8 that comes on a C-code Mustang like this one. It retains the correct and cool elements like the gold valve covers and air cleaner. But more than just looking impressive, this tidy engine bay shows proof that all of the components have been well serviced and maintained with all the belts, wires, and hoses looking fresh. The V8 fires up quickly and easily with its characteristic grumble from the single exhaust. It has enough power to pull off the line with ease and to find extra grunt when you mash the throttle for passing speeds. In a lightweight original pony car like this, the steering feels very sporty and direct. Plus, you get the modern grip of BF Goodrich T/A radials.
No other car in the world is as beloved as Ford's pony, and this iconic Wimbledon White coupe will show you why for a very reasonable price. Call today!!!