1965 Ford Mustang Fastback
6TH FEB 2022
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BRING A TRAILER
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$45,750 • € 37,585
Bring A Trailer • 2022
This 1965 Ford Mustang fastback is powered by a replacement Ford Motorsports 302ci V8 paired with a three-speed automatic transmission and is finished in Wimbledon White over red and parchment vinyl upholstery. Equipment includes 14″ styled steel wheels, chrome trim, a GT rear valance, and a center console. Mustang fastback is now offered with manufacturer’s literature, refurbishment records, spare parts, and a clean California title in the seller’s name. The body was reportedly stripped to bare metal before being repainted in its factory shade of Wimbledon White (M) under prior ownership. Chrome trim adorns the bumpers, window surrounds, and Shelby-style side mirrors, and additional features include quarter window louvers, “Mustang” badging, grille-mounted fog lights, a power antenna, and a dual-exit exhaust with chrome tips. The seller notes the GT rear valance was added at the time of the refurbishment, and the fog lights do not function. The factory 14″ styled steel wheels wear pony emblem center caps and 205/70 Cooper Cobra Radial G/T white-letter tires. Braking is handled by discs brakes up front and drums out back that were reportedly rebuilt in 2003 using turned rotors and drums, Kelsey-Hayes four-piston calipers, and a replacement dual master cylinder, brake pads, wheel cylinders, and shoes. The suspension consists of Shelby-style traction bars, KYB shocks, a Monte Carlo Bar, a 1″ sway bar, and replacement bushings, tie rod ends, ball joints, springs, and tie rods. The Pony interior features front bucket seating reupholstered in red vinyl (25) with parchment inserts and is complemented by matching door panels, a red dashboard cover, red carpets, and red rear seat upholstery. Equipment includes a center console, glovebox, vent windows, and a Kenwood AM/FM/cassette stereo wired to Pioneer component speakers. The seller notes that the driver-side window regulator sticks, and the horn does not work. The factory three-spoke steering wheel fronts a 120-mph speedometer, a column-mounted tachometer, and auxiliary gauges. An oil pressure gauge is mounted in an additional cluster beneath the dashboard. The five-digit odometer shows 9k miles, approximately 5k of which have been added by the seller. Total mileage is unknown. The engine bay was stripped to bare metal and repainted and the Ford Motorsport 302ci V8 was built and installed as part of the 2003 refurbishment. The engine features Ford GT40P ported heads, Ford Motorsport rockers and roller lifters, a Crane Camshaft, a Holley 600cfm carburetor, an Edelbrock intake, Tri-Y headers, and a three-row radiator with a fan shroud. The starter was replaced in 2011, and the battery was replaced in 2018. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a Ford C4 three-speed automatic transmission equipped with a shift kit. An Auburn Pro limited-slip differential with 3.00:1 gearing is said to be installed, and work completed as part of the refurbishment includes replacing the fuel tank and servicing the transmission, torque converter, and differential. The chassis tag decodes as follows:
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