1965 Ford Mustang 289 Fastback Automatic
22ND FEB 2015
FOR THIS SALE
FOR THIS SALE
$51,893 • € 45,931
Chassis #: 5R09A178231 • Odometer: 1200
Silverstone Auctions • Race Retro Classic Car Sale 2015
The iconic Ford Mustang was first introduced by Ford in April 1964 to an enthusiastic and inspired audience. Over 100,000 orders were taken in the first 3 months that the car went on sale and the car was both an instant and long term sales success. It was forever immortalised by Steve McQueen during that famous car chase scene in the 1960's film 'Bullitt'.
This 289 Fastback was built in 1965 and was subject to a complete nut and bolt restoration in the USA between 2003 and 2005. The intention was to recreate the car, as it left the factory in '65. Complete with correct red-oxide chassis finish, stickers, stampings, markings, interior trim, the hours of this rebuild must have been extensive and carried out by seasoned Mustang experts.
Presented in truly exceptional condition today, this Fastback drives as good as it looks. Ideal for road use, touring and road rallies, the automatic transmission promises smooth motoring all the way; the Cherry Red paint finish ensures bystander appreciation anywhere you go and the interior will make your passengers weep.
This big GT would be the pride and joy of any true 'Pony' enthusiast. There is a large history file that details bills and receipts for the restoration and maintenance since in the UK. Supplied with a fresh MoT certificate and UK V5 registration document, this American muscle icon is ready to rumble.
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