1965 Ford

Mustang

Offered at: $27,995

Vin#:
5T07T185280
Stock#:
6021-CHA
Engine:
302 V8
Transmission:
5 Speed Manual
Miles:
37,610
Exterior Color:
Red
Interior Color:
Black

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This 1965 Ford Mustang is the one for lovers of sleeper cars. The look of this is just a stock and complete coupe, but there are some cool upgrades beneath the surface. So as you dig deeper, you're going to find a powerful 302 V8 and an extra gear to really take advantage of it all.

Your first encounter reminds you of why we love the first-year Mustang. The lines are simple, clean, and sporty. The chrome bumper has nice shine, the trim is complete, and the body is quite clean. These always look good in red, and this even has a good luster to get you respect at the stoplights. It really just looks like a factory-style car, right down to the stock wheel covers.

The interior doesn't give too much away for this car's upgraded nature either. Instead, the stock-style appearance is clean, dark, and attractive. In fact, Mustang fans might just be more impressed with the rare bench seat rather than take the time to count the gears on the Hurst shifter. Newer carpeting, taut door panels, a clean headliner, a grippy steering wheel, and a smooth dash are all part of a quality presentation. There's also an upgraded AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette that lets you upgrade the driving music on this upgraded driver's coupe.

Under the hood is where this car can no longer hold its secret. The extra tidy engine bay and big shine on the air topper and valve covers are an instant indication that this Mustang has more ponies than stock. Ford didn't allow the 302 cubic-inch motor until a few later, but this one couldn't wait that long. Not only is this a larger displacement than what you could get in '65, but also it has been rebuilt and given even more power. This includes a four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and an upgraded ignition. There's even an aluminum radiator to help keep this upgraded package running cool. The V8 fires up nicely and makes a sweet tune from the newer H-pipe dual exhaust. When you have a well-done V8 like this, it's great to have a five-speed that gives you an extra gear for total control. There are even upgraded front disc brakes to give you a solid all-around driving experience.

This Mustang gives you the upgraded performance you want without having to sacrifice that iconic look that made us fall in love over half a century ago. That makes for a truly ideal package that you need to get your hands on right now. Call now!

This 1965 Ford Mustang is the one for lovers of sleeper cars. The look of this is just a stock and complete coupe, but there are some cool upgrades beneath the surface. So as you dig deeper, you're going to find a powerful 302 V8 and an extra gear to really take advantage of it all.

Your first encounter reminds you of why we love the first-year Mustang. The lines are simple, clean, and sporty. The chrome bumper has nice shine, the trim is complete, and the body is quite clean. These always look good in red, and this even has a good luster to get you respect at the stoplights. It really just looks like a factory-style car, right down to the stock wheel covers.

The interior doesn't give too much away for this car's upgraded nature either. Instead, the stock-style appearance is clean, dark, and attractive. In fact, Mustang fans might just be more impressed with the rare bench seat rather than take the time to count the gears on the Hurst shifter. Newer carpeting, taut door panels, a clean headliner, a grippy steering wheel, and a smooth dash are all part of a quality presentation. There's also an upgraded AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette that lets you upgrade the driving music on this upgraded driver's coupe.

Under the hood is where this car can no longer hold its secret. The extra tidy engine bay and big shine on the air topper and valve covers are an instant indication that this Mustang has more ponies than stock. Ford didn't allow the 302 cubic-inch motor until a few later, but this one couldn't wait that long. Not only is this a larger displacement than what you could get in '65, but also it has been rebuilt and given even more power. This includes a four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and an upgraded ignition. There's even an aluminum radiator to help keep this upgraded package running cool. The V8 fires up nicely and makes a sweet tune from the newer H-pipe dual exhaust. When you have a well-done V8 like this, it's great to have a five-speed that gives you an extra gear for total control. There are even upgraded front disc brakes to give you a solid all-around driving experience.

This Mustang gives you the upgraded performance you want without having to sacrifice that iconic look that made us fall in love over half a century ago. That makes for a truly ideal package that you need to get your hands on right now. Call now!

This 1965 Ford Mustang is the one for lovers of sleeper cars. The look of this is just a stock and complete coupe, but there are some cool upgrades beneath the surface. So as you dig deeper, you're going to find a powerful 302 V8 and an extra gear to really take advantage of it all.

Your first encounter reminds you of why we love the first-year Mustang. The lines are simple, clean, and sporty. The chrome bumper has nice shine, the trim is complete, and the body is quite clean. These always look good in red, and this even has a good luster to get you respect at the stoplights. It really just looks like a factory-style car, right down to the stock wheel covers.

The interior doesn't give too much away for this car's upgraded nature either. Instead, the stock-style appearance is clean, dark, and attractive. In fact, Mustang fans might just be more impressed with the rare bench seat rather than take the time to count the gears on the Hurst shifter. Newer carpeting, taut door panels, a clean headliner, a grippy steering wheel, and a smooth dash are all part of a quality presentation. There's also an upgraded AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette that lets you upgrade the driving music on this upgraded driver's coupe.

Under the hood is where this car can no longer hold its secret. The extra tidy engine bay and big shine on the air topper and valve covers are an instant indication that this Mustang has more ponies than stock. Ford didn't allow the 302 cubic-inch motor until a few later, but this one couldn't wait that long. Not only is this a larger displacement than what you could get in '65, but also it has been rebuilt and given even more power. This includes a four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and an upgraded ignition. There's even an aluminum radiator to help keep this upgraded package running cool. The V8 fires up nicely and makes a sweet tune from the newer H-pipe dual exhaust. When you have a well-done V8 like this, it's great to have a five-speed that gives you an extra gear for total control. There are even upgraded front disc brakes to give you a solid all-around driving experience.

This Mustang gives you the upgraded performance you want without having to sacrifice that iconic look that made us fall in love over half a century ago. That makes for a truly ideal package that you need to get your hands on right now. Call now!

This 1965 Ford Mustang is the one for lovers of sleeper cars. The look of this is just a stock and complete coupe, but there are some cool upgrades beneath the surface. So as you dig deeper, you're going to find a powerful 302 V8 and an extra gear to really take advantage of it all.

Your first encounter reminds you of why we love the first-year Mustang. The lines are simple, clean, and sporty. The chrome bumper has nice shine, the trim is complete, and the body is quite clean. These always look good in red, and this even has a good luster to get you respect at the stoplights. It really just looks like a factory-style car, right down to the stock wheel covers.

The interior doesn't give too much away for this car's upgraded nature either. Instead, the stock-style appearance is clean, dark, and attractive. In fact, Mustang fans might just be more impressed with the rare bench seat rather than take the time to count the gears on the Hurst shifter. Newer carpeting, taut door panels, a clean headliner, a grippy steering wheel, and a smooth dash are all part of a quality presentation. There's also an upgraded AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette that lets you upgrade the driving music on this upgraded driver's coupe.

Under the hood is where this car can no longer hold its secret. The extra tidy engine bay and big shine on the air topper and valve covers are an instant indication that this Mustang has more ponies than stock. Ford didn't allow the 302 cubic-inch motor until a few later, but this one couldn't wait that long. Not only is this a larger displacement than what you could get in '65, but also it has been rebuilt and given even more power. This includes a four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and an upgraded ignition. There's even an aluminum radiator to help keep this upgraded package running cool. The V8 fires up nicely and makes a sweet tune from the newer H-pipe dual exhaust. When you have a well-done V8 like this, it's great to have a five-speed that gives you an extra gear for total control. There are even upgraded front disc brakes to give you a solid all-around driving experience.

This Mustang gives you the upgraded performance you want without having to sacrifice that iconic look that made us fall in love over half a century ago. That makes for a truly ideal package that you need to get your hands on right now. Call now!
1965 Ford

Mustang

Offered at: $27,995

Vin#:
5T07T185280
Stock#:
6021-CHA
Engine:
302 V8
Transmission:
5 Speed Manual
Miles:
37,610
Exterior Color:
Red
Interior Color:
Black

This 1965 Ford Mustang is the one for lovers of sleeper cars. The look of this is just a stock and complete coupe, but there are some cool upgrades beneath the surface. So as you dig deeper, you're going to find a powerful 302 V8 and an extra gear to really take advantage of it all.

Your first encounter reminds you of why we love the first-year Mustang. The lines are simple, clean, and sporty. The chrome bumper has nice shine, the trim is complete, and the body is quite clean. These always look good in red, and this even has a good luster to get you respect at the stoplights. It really just looks like a factory-style car, right down to the stock wheel covers.

The interior doesn't give too much away for this car's upgraded nature either. Instead, the stock-style appearance is clean, dark, and attractive. In fact, Mustang fans might just be more impressed with the rare bench seat rather than take the time to count the gears on the Hurst shifter. Newer carpeting, taut door panels, a clean headliner, a grippy steering wheel, and a smooth dash are all part of a quality presentation. There's also an upgraded AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette that lets you upgrade the driving music on this upgraded driver's coupe.

Under the hood is where this car can no longer hold its secret. The extra tidy engine bay and big shine on the air topper and valve covers are an instant indication that this Mustang has more ponies than stock. Ford didn't allow the 302 cubic-inch motor until a few later, but this one couldn't wait that long. Not only is this a larger displacement than what you could get in '65, but also it has been rebuilt and given even more power. This includes a four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and an upgraded ignition. There's even an aluminum radiator to help keep this upgraded package running cool. The V8 fires up nicely and makes a sweet tune from the newer H-pipe dual exhaust. When you have a well-done V8 like this, it's great to have a five-speed that gives you an extra gear for total control. There are even upgraded front disc brakes to give you a solid all-around driving experience.

This Mustang gives you the upgraded performance you want without having to sacrifice that iconic look that made us fall in love over half a century ago. That makes for a truly ideal package that you need to get your hands on right now. Call now!

This 1965 Ford Mustang is the one for lovers of sleeper cars. The look of this is just a stock and complete coupe, but there are some cool upgrades beneath the surface. So as you dig deeper, you're going to find a powerful 302 V8 and an extra gear to really take advantage of it all.

Your first encounter reminds you of why we love the first-year Mustang. The lines are simple, clean, and sporty. The chrome bumper has nice shine, the trim is complete, and the body is quite clean. These always look good in red, and this even has a good luster to get you respect at the stoplights. It really just looks like a factory-style car, right down to the stock wheel covers.

The interior doesn't give too much away for this car's upgraded nature either. Instead, the stock-style appearance is clean, dark, and attractive. In fact, Mustang fans might just be more impressed with the rare bench seat rather than take the time to count the gears on the Hurst shifter. Newer carpeting, taut door panels, a clean headliner, a grippy steering wheel, and a smooth dash are all part of a quality presentation. There's also an upgraded AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette that lets you upgrade the driving music on this upgraded driver's coupe.

Under the hood is where this car can no longer hold its secret. The extra tidy engine bay and big shine on the air topper and valve covers are an instant indication that this Mustang has more ponies than stock. Ford didn't allow the 302 cubic-inch motor until a few later, but this one couldn't wait that long. Not only is this a larger displacement than what you could get in '65, but also it has been rebuilt and given even more power. This includes a four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and an upgraded ignition. There's even an aluminum radiator to help keep this upgraded package running cool. The V8 fires up nicely and makes a sweet tune from the newer H-pipe dual exhaust. When you have a well-done V8 like this, it's great to have a five-speed that gives you an extra gear for total control. There are even upgraded front disc brakes to give you a solid all-around driving experience.

This Mustang gives you the upgraded performance you want without having to sacrifice that iconic look that made us fall in love over half a century ago. That makes for a truly ideal package that you need to get your hands on right now. Call now!

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