With enhanced V8 power, sporty detail upgrades, and an overall cruiser style, this 1965 Ford Mustang knows how to be the kind of classic that's easy to drive and looks great out on the road.
The paint sets the right tone for this coupe. The Vintage Burgundy is a dark tone that still gives you a touch of red-like enthusiasm. It's part of a memorable total package. After all, they laid a full silver and white racing stripe package over the top, and there are even rocker stripes to match. Plus, it was freshly buffed and ceramic coated to give it a hard shine that gets respect when you take it out for weekend drivers. Styled steel wheels and polished exhaust tips are also part of this sporty driver's package. Are you starting to see the whole picture? It's about being distinctive and never being afraid to hit the streets. That's what many of us want in a fun classic.
The black interior has a nice dark style to go with the burgundy exterior, and the trim tag says it was born with this color package. It has a vintage look, right down to the working dome light and AM radio that's still cranking tunes, but the heart of this car's appeal is in all the driver-ready fun. You have stock-style pieces like the front bucket seats, a center console, and a thin/grippy steering wheel. These are joined by upgrades like a large column-mounted tach and auxiliary readouts on the console.
Under the hood is Ford's 289 cubic inch motor. The black-finned Cobra valve covers and long black air grabber helps give this the look of power. So this V8 backs it up with upgrades like Edelbrock E-street aluminum heads, an Edelbrock aluminum intake, and topped with a Summit four-barrel carburetor. There are also headers that add power while feeding the dual exhaust and Xlerator mufflers. You'll also notice good supporting components like the Champion aluminum radiator that helps keep the enhanced engine cool. The V8 fires up eagerly, and it's a strong runner with the feeling of proper care. It all goes to the idea that this one was made for cruising. That's why you also have a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and good tread on the Cooper Cobra tires.
There are details you may decide to work on, like updating/upgrading the brakes or adding a pony interior. But there's already so much appeal in a distinct first-year Mustang with a potent V8 and driver-ready appeal. That's why such a well-priced and nicely upgraded coupe like this is a deal that will be moving quickly. Call now!