Nicely restored to its factory-correct and well-coordinated color package, this 1965 Mustang is the right kind of classic for someone who enjoys V8 power, aggressive GT upgrades, and attracting all the right kinds of attention.
This iconic Mustang looks spectacular on the outside in its factory-correct shade of Emberglo – a color that's perfectly bold like red but much more unique. And because you're going to want to drive this one every sunny day, there has been a nice investment in the paintwork to make sure it really pops in the sunlight. And we love these early firs-gen Mustangs because they have all the right sports car features - long hood, short deck, and scalloped sides with faux chrome air ducts that feel a bit European. Of course, as a true all-American it includes just the right amount of chrome on the bumpers, window surrounds, and the iconic grille with a horse that runs in against the crowd. All of the brightwork is in pristine condition on this coupe, right down to factory styled steel wheels. You might notice the GT-style fog lights and trumpeted exhaust tips – just a nice hint of added distinction to an already standout package.
The interior is a two-tone Emberglo and Parchment, which is how the car came from the factory. But we can also tell there has been a lot of care and investment to keep it looking this good today. The dual colors make for a uniform appearance on the door panels, dash, and seats - yes, this is also a premium “pony” interior! Owning a classic Mustang is all about the driving experience, and that's why you get the vintage steering wheel supported by the full round gauge package - a GT upgrade. Another great addition is the modern AM/FM stereo that can support the latest music players, but its knob-style appearance doesn't ruin the vintage atmosphere.
Under the hood is a V8 that has been given a little extra flair. After all, people are going to love the way the shiny valve covers, shiny air topper, and bold blue block radiate from within the gloss black engine bay. But more than just a bright and tidy presentation, it also has the right upgrades. So while this C-code coupe is carrying a correct 289 V8, it now inhales deeper through a four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with authority out of long tube headers. It's the kind of enhanced performance that helps this Mustang earn all those GT-style upgrades you saw on the interior and exterior. But more than powerful, a good classic Mustang is a fine all-around cruiser. That's why you also have great anytime driving features like the C4 three-speed automatic transmission and power steering.
Great colors, great upgrades, and a great overall presentation. It's time to hurry up and get this one before someone else realizes how unique this restored turnkey classic is, too. Call now!