1965 FORD MUSTANG
1965 FORD MUSTANGLive
1965 FORD MUSTANG
High Bidder: GCC
Auction Type: Reserve
Current Bid: $19,500 (USD)
This 1965 Ford Mustang Fastback 2+2 sends power from a 289ci V8 through a C4 three-speed automatic transmission to the rear wheels. Features include simulated woodgrain interior trim, folding rear seats, American Racing wheels, front disc brakes, power steering, and a dual exhaust system. Finished in Rangoon Red with white racing stripes over a black vinyl interior, this first-generation Mustang is available now and comes from the selling dealer with a clear title.
EXTERIOR – FEATURES
The Rangoon Red exterior is equipped with painted white racing stripes, chrome bumpers, bright trim, a driver-side mirror, rear quarter window louvers, and dual exhaust outlets.
EXTERIOR - WHEELS AND TIRES
This Mustang Fastback sits on 15-inch American Racing Torq Thrust wheels wrapped in new 205/60 BFGoodrich Radial T/A tires.
INTERIOR – FEATURES
The 2+2 cockpit comes equipped with power steering, black vinyl bucket front seats, folding rear seats, simulated woodgrain trim, an AM radio, and a center console with an automatic shifter. The selling dealer states that the horn does not work.
INTERIOR - GAUGES
Behind the three-spoke steering wheel sits a 140-mph speedometer along with the coolant temperature, fuel level, oil pressure, and battery voltage gauges. The five-digit analog odometer reads 43,725 miles, but the actual mileage on the chassis is unknown.
ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION
Under the hood sits a 289ci V8 equipped an aftermarket chrome air cleaner and valve covers. It delivers its output to the road using a C4 three-speed automatic transmission. The selling dealer states the Mustang’s engine received new spark plugs, distributor, and spark plug wires as well as a cylinder compression check during its last service; all cylinders returned figures between 138 and 145 psi.
The braking system consists of manual front discs and rear drums. Additional photos of the car's underbody are available in the gallery to the right.
Minnesota residents will be responsible for tax, license, and title procurement fees in addition to the price of the car; out-of-state buyers will have to pay a $125 title procurement fee. The selling dealer has posted a video walk-around below that shows the exterior, interior, and the engine idling.