A 1965 Ford Mustang with an unbeatable color combination, an enhanced V8, and an ice-cold A/C interior. All of is already had you excited, and that's even before you checked out the affordable price.
Red Mustangs just seem to grab all the attention. This one carries all the timeless design cues that put these cars at the top of every enthusiast's wish list. Bodywork is well done, creases are crisp, and everything lines up nicely to remind us all why we love this icon. Plus, the bumpers and '65 specific crosshair grille have the kind of shine that can only come from investing in quality pieces. Even all the badging is bright and correct. But as much as this looks great for 1965, your eyes are instantly drawn to the REV torque thrust alloy wheels. This kind of small but significant modern upgrade is a theme you'll see throughout the coupe.
A pristine black interior is always desirable in a classic, and this one really goes the extra mile. After all, everyone loves the look of the premium "Pony" package in the vinyl. When you sit down, your left hand grips the classic three-spoke steering wheel, and your right one rests comfortably on the Hurst auto shift. Keeping your passengers comfortable are upgrades like the center console with cup holders, AM/FM/CD stereo, and ice-cold air conditioning. But the driver gets all the best treats. You realize this when you gaze over the full round gauge panel that was a GT upgrade in '65, and see it filled with AutoMeter Pro-Comp readouts. Plus, the large matching tach mounted on the steering column is another hint that there's something special in the engine bay.
Under the hood is a 1965-correct V8 block. The 289 cubic-inch motor has been given a little extra flair with Edelbrock finned valve covers and a matching air grabber, as well as a chrome strut tower brace and GT350-style support bar. All of this gives it a sense of style that will impress at any car show. But there's also the substance to back up its appearance with performance upgrades such as a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Performer intake, MSD Blaster 2 ignition, and long tube headers. That last feature is also the reason why the Flowmaster dual exhaust has such a powerful rumble. But more than just pure performance, the motor has been upgraded with an aluminum radiator and electric fan, so you can be in traffic with the A/C running, and the car can stay as cool as you. In fact, with features like the three-speed automatic transmission, front disc brakes, and the grip of modern tires, this is a great anytime driving machine.
1965 is a launching year for this American icon. So it's amazing to think that you can get this well-sorted and nicely upgraded V8 Mustang for such an affordable price. It's time to hurry up and get it before someone else realizes this, too. Call today!!!