Here's exactly what you want in a 1965 Ford Mustang. This iconic classic is a well-coordinated droptop with a V8 engine, four-on-the-floor, and cold A/C. So you can look over all the details, but you already know it's the right one for you.
The appeal of this car is as clear as black and white... literally. The clean bright white is a more modern application from a few years ago, so it has an upgraded gloss that's just perfect for sunny day trips. And adding to this bright attitude are mirror-like bumpers that definitely were given an investment, too. The brightwork enhancements that have gone into this convertible also enhanced the sporty attitude, including the Cragar wheels and long dual exhaust tips. And the black triple-rocker stripe adds to this performance feeling, too, while also coordinating with the new black vinyl top.
And if you like the way the black top looks, with just the flip of a switch, the power folding roof goes down to reveal an equally impressive black interior. That's because the rocker stripe matching the boot cover as well as the entire inside of this car give this one a terrific coordinating effect. This car's sporty attitude continues with the bucket seats. Plus, you get a three-spoke sports steering wheel with Mustang center cap, and beyond that is the full factory gauge package with everything working correctly. And we all know you'll love resting your right hand on the Hurst shifter. And while the full presentation looks factory-correct, you'll spot subtle upgrades like the retro-style radio that's an AM/FM with a digital tuner. Best of all, you can enjoy the drop top driving experience well into the summer season with air conditioning that's blowing cold from modern R134a.
This is a C-code Mustang, so it's great to see a proper 289 cubic-inch V8 under the hood. They even painted the air topper and valve covers to match the exterior white to give the engine bay a unique flair. More than just look nice, this has been given the right maintenance, including recent investments in new components like the water pump, battery, spark plugs, and starter. This is a driver's machine, and so you get true control in this convertible thanks to the four-speed manual transmission, front disc brakes w/ 4 piston calipers, and Uniroyal Tiger Paw tires.
Complete with owner's manual and maintenance records, this is everything you love about the first-year Mustang droptop. But if you want to hit the road in this one tomorrow, you need to call today!