1965 Ford Mustang Coupe
1965 Ford Mustang, Ferrari Fly Yellow, has a high performance 289. Its beefy suspension and disc brakes give you one of the nicest, early Mustang restro-mods ever seen.
Restoration started with a clean coupe. Everything was taken apart and refinished to give you the incredible car you see today. It remains an early-style Mustang, but with functional modifications that make cruising in it lots of fun.
Thereís plenty of chrome to maintain its original Mustang identity. Itís new bumpers, new brake lines, new gas tank, new fuel lines, custom front LED headlights, tinted windows, black racing stripes and other add-ons give it a custom look, but itís still old school.
At a glance, the interior looks pretty stock, however the interior is completely restored. The car has stock-Mustang bucket seats and no console. While the instrument panel is standard Mustang, the gauges are modern and the custom steering wheel tilts. The upgrades are there to help make the car more functional. It has custom gauges, a new A/C-heater unit, and a custom aluminum radiator. The Pioneer AM/FM/CD/Bluetooth stereo system-with -remote uses kick panel and package shelf speakers, in addition to a pair of rear speakers. It has new interior carpet, along with new weather-stripping and felt. The trunk is also restored and carpeted. Everything is restored back to a fresh-like-new, original near-factory look.
It has a high performance 289 CI V-8 built-up and Edelbrock heads with aluminum intake. The Comp Cam, ceramic coated headers and MagnaFlow duel exhaust give it a great, deep sound. It has an electronic ignition system, a rebuilt C-4 automatic transmission, a Holly 600 carburetor, and Edelbrock aluminum valve covers with matching air filter. Lots of shiny chrome and billet aluminum under the hood make it look show ready.
Disc brakes up front, and new Mustang II-type front suspension with coil over-adjustable shocks, a rack-and-pinion steering system with an A1 Cardone 1979 Mustang power steering assist unit make it a pleasure to drive. All the way around is Falken performance radials and Crager-type mags, with many other extras to make this a true classic you will love to drive and show. Restoration was 80% completed in October 2012 and finally completed in 2017. Since the restoration, the car has logged less than 550 miles. The car is garage-maintained.
Check out the workmanship and hardware, then look again at the price! Itís like buying all the parts and then letting someone else put it all together for you for free! Itís priced to sell.
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