This 1965 Ford Mustang GT Fastback has a cool color combo, desirable features, updated V8 power, and four-on-the-floor. And when it comes to first-year fastbacks, you know the price is terrific.
The fastback is the one we all want, and this one is even a factory Rangoon Red car. It was resprayed later in to give it a refreshed finish. It isn\'t perfect, and that may just be the way you want this car. As you dig a bit deeper, you\'ll see this was made for driving. So it\'s good to have one that doesn\'t make you nervous to leave the driveway, and it can still get respectful nods at the stoplights. For those who need concours-level paint and chrome, the value price on this one should leave that room in your budget. There is no window sticker to give this a 100 percent GT verification, but it is an A-code car with many of the right pieces in place. You have the fog lights in the grille, triple rocker stripe, correct GT badging, and the dual exhaust coming through the rear valance. Plus, the styled steel wheels with double redline tires not only add to the sporty style, but also look awesome against this red and chrome total package.
Black interiors always look sharp against red exteriors, and the trim tag tells us this Mustang was born with this ideal color combo. There are nice details, like the fold-down rear seat and working courtesy lights. There is some room for improvement. For example, you have the ultra-desirable Rally Pac there for display, and since it\'s a worthwhile feature, you may decide to have this tach and clock combo working again. Plus, this already feels like a well-done driver\'s machine today with the front bucket seats, grippy sports steering wheel, and upgraded Hurst shifter.
The A-code cars added more power to Ford\'s 289 cubic-inch V8, and this one takes that spirit up a notch. It\'s a clean-looking motor that\'s really distinguished with matte black valve covers and red inserts to match the exterior. The V8 inhales deeper with a Demon four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with added power and authority as headers feed a dual exhaust w/Flowmasters. There\'s even an aluminum radiator w/electric fan to help keep this package running cool. The four-speed manual transmission gives you firm control over the power and its rumbling soundtrack. And it feels solid out on the road with features like front disc brakes and a modern tread on those classic-style tires.
A first-year fastback will always be in-demand. Especially when you have a classic that\'s\' built to drive. So don\'t miss this deal. Call now!
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