Wearing a recent coat of Blue Metallic paint, this handsome coupe looks far more expensive than it is. Judging by the condition of the undercarriage and engine bay, it’s quite likely that this pony is still carrying the vast majority of its factory sheetmetal, and it’s obviously led a pretty good life since 1965. Nice, straight sheetmetal got a thorough once-over to ensure that it was in good order, then the two-stage urethane went on top, giving it a bright shine.
Cars like this were typical daily drivers for many folks, so that explains the relative lack of frills, but with a newer retro-style AM/FM/AUX stereo, upgraded speakers in the kick panels and rear package shelf, and an under-dash A/C system that blows ice-cold R134a air into the cabin, it’s ready to cruise anywhere. Even the trunk is reasonably-sized for your gear, although the full-size spare back there takes up a good bit of room. Don’t make the mistake of underestimating the 200 cubic inch inline-six under the hood.
No other car in the world is as beloved as Ford’s pony, and you can find out why for a very reasonable price. Call today!
Early Mustangs are just as awesome today as they were in 1965 when Ford sold more than a million of them.