For sale in our St. Louis showroom is a classic 1965 Ford Mustang coupe. The odometer reads 70,077, but the actual mileage is unknown. Options for this 1965 Ford Mustang coupe include: Air Conditioning, AM/FM Radio with Cassette Player, Seat Belts, Vinyl Interior, Radial Tires and Rally Wheels. Powering this 65' Pony car is a 289 CID V8, which is believed to the be the original engine. A C4 automatic transmission (also believed to be original to the car) transfers the power to the pavement. The light blue exterior received a respray less than a year ago, and looks great. The blue vinyl interior in good condition, free from any rips, tears, or major wear. This Mustang features a front bench seat, which a rarely seen option. Out of over 680,000 total Mustangs produced in both early and late 1965, only 14,905 were outfitted with the bench seat. The introduction of the Mustang created a whole new category of vehicle, the Pony car, and totally changed the automotive landscape forever. To view this 1965 Ford Mustang coupe in greater detail, including HD pictures and an HD video, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or our St. Louis showroom. For more information, please call 618-271-3000 or email STL@GatewayClassicCars.com
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