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Winchester, Virginia
United States

 
 

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1965 Ford Mustang GT 2+2 (The Stang)

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For Sale

1965 Mustang GT* Fastback 302 V8 4 Speed

Have you ever wanted to own a NEW 1965 Mustang GT* - Well folks here's your chance - ALMOST. This car has just had a complete frame up restoration less than 50 miles ago. This car has been completely reworked to make it near perfect. The engine is a rebuilt 302 V8 from a 1970 Mercury Comet with less than 10000 miles since the rebuild. It has been completely checked over and any problems that it had, have been correctly repaired. The transmission is a Freshly Rebuilt Original 4 Speed. Car features almost new tires (95% of better) and performance exhaust. The drive train is AWESOME and the Car RUNS and DRIVES and SOUNDS as Good as it Looks.

Speak of Good Looks, The car features a BRAND NEW PAINT job finished just this past fall. Out of 10 I would rank this paint job a 9.5 - 9.75 it is nice. The car has only been driven from the body shop to home since the repaint. The paint was done correctly as the car underwent a complete color change to the current Torch Red. The car features many new parts including a BRAND NEW interior kit, Grill Kit, badges, Steering wheel, and much much more.

During the past week a lot of detail work has been performed including some cleaning up the undercarriage and the car looks Great Top to Bottom. The car really needs nothing, Show or GO!

Detailed Info:

Engine Compartment: The engine compartment overall looks really good in this car, The engine was repainted and the inner fenders were detailed out. The belts and hoses are new or in very good shape and didn't need replaced. The car is mechanically sound and as previously stated the transmission and engine have been completely overhauled, the engine 10000 miles ago and the transmission less than 50 miles ago.

Body: The body of the car was completely redone sanded down to bare metal pried with rust proofing primer all bad spots cut out and replaced with new metal. The car was the repainted using quality paint and applied by a gentleman who knows what he is doing. After painting the car was color blocked to make the paint a slick as glass. All stripes, emblems brightwork, grill etc are brand new parts. The Undercarriage: When the body was being redone the undercarriage was done at the same time. The floors did have some rust in them so they were replaced with new metal. The undercarriage does have some overspray on it from when the car was painted, this is an easy fix in no time at all - and it doesn't have to be done at all.

Interior: The interior of the car was completely redone the seats Carpet etc are all brand new.

Have a question ask it, you won't want to miss this opportunity to own this beautiful Mustang.

Price $23,995 Or Best Offer
Mileage 10,000 miles
Color Red

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Specs

302 V8 with 4 Speed Trans

Factory Options

2+2 Fastback Speed

Mods

GT Clone, Engine from 70 Mercury Comet

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