Everyone loves a first-year 1965 Ford Mustang. But when you can find one that's received the right care and has well-coordinated colors, then this is a V8 pony car standout.
A first-year Mustang always has a place of respect. A sporty front overhang, well-defined C-channel running the profile, and a short rear deck with three-element taillights are all part of the legend. And you can see it all so well here on this nicely presented example. It's dressed in a sophisticated black. There's a good gloss in the sunshine, but the overall finish will never make you nervous to take it out for some fun. The reason why this looks good is because the body lines are crisp and the gaps are good with everything closed. Complete brightwork, wire wheel covers, and the little extras - like bright dual exhaust tips - show this one has been cared for correctly. There's even a story that goes with the solid style. We're told this was restored as part of a larger father-son projection in the early 1980s, and it has been held by the family ever since.
The black interior continues this distinctive and classic look. Just like the exterior, the impression of the interior is a little age and a lot of care. That's why the dash is clean, the headliner is good, and the seats are complete. Even the AM radio is still there for a display. Plus, this has all of what you want in a cool cruising Mustang, including bucket seats, a grippy factory steering wheel, and a premium center console.
Under the hood of this Mustang is a clean 289 cubic-inch V8. It's even properly dressed with its golden valve covers and air topper. This is the kind of car that wants you to feel the road, but it still makes for a quality driver with modern cruising tires and the control of the three-speed manual transmission.
You're looking at a well-kept first-year Mustang that loves showing off its vintage flair. So if you're looking for a solid icon, call today!