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1965
Ford
Mustang
Stock # 4713-DFW
Engine 200 CI Inline 6
Transmission 3 Speed Automatic
Color Blue Metallic
Mileage 3,971 (Unknown)
Chassis
Front Suspension Type Coils with shocks
Rear Suspension Type Leaf Springs w/ Shocks
Front Wheel Specification 15"
Rear Wheel Specification 15"
Front Tire Specification 195/65R15
Rear Tire Specification 195/65R15
Front Brakes Specification Drum
Options
Seatbelts Vinyl Interior Heat Air Conditioning Defrost AM/FM Radio
Documentation
Build Receipts
Advertised Price
GREAT CRUISING COUPE! 200CI INLINE 6, AUTO, COLD A/C, SHARP PAINT, NICE INTERIOR

Early Mustangs are just as awesome today as they were in 1965 when Ford sold more than a million of them. Six-cylinder sprint cars like this 1965 coupe make for fantastic entry-level hobby cars simply because they're stylish, reliable, and parts are incredibly easy to get and affordable. There aren't many cars that are more beloved than the first-generation Mustang, and this Blue Metallic beauty has off-the-charts curb appeal and is a lot of fun behind the wheel.

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. It's not a show-winner, but rather a dialed-in driver that was always built to look good going down the road, which is exactly why the former owner was building it for his young daughter. Alas, teenagers are fickle, so when she changed her mind and wanted something ... Please ask for the full description.

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4713-DFW
1965 Ford Mustang
$26,995
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1965 Ford Mustang

$26,995
SOLD
Stock
4713-DFW
Engine Size
200 CI Inline 6
Transmission
3 Speed Automatic
Miles
3,971 (Unknown)
Location
Fort Worth
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Description

GREAT CRUISING COUPE! 200CI INLINE 6, AUTO, COLD A/C, SHARP PAINT, NICE INTERIOR

Early Mustangs are just as awesome today as they were in 1965 when Ford sold more than a million of them. Six-cylinder sprint cars like this 1965 coupe make for fantastic entry-level hobby cars simply because they're stylish, reliable, and parts are incredibly easy to get and affordable. There aren't many cars that are more beloved than the first-generation Mustang, and this Blue Metallic beauty has off-the-charts curb appeal and is a lot of fun behind the wheel.

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. It's not a show-winner, but rather a dialed-in driver that was always built to look good going down the road, which is exactly why the former owner was building it for his young daughter. Alas, teenagers are fickle, so when she changed her mind and wanted something modern, this Pony was finished in 2019-2020 - and we have over $14k in receipts to document it. Classic first-generation Mustang details like the chrome quarter panel ornaments and Mustang emblems on the front fenders mean that it was done to factory specs and it's great to see that they didn't try to add upgrades or turn it into something it isn't. A stock "corral" lives in the grille, the front and rear bumpers are shine up nicely, and those taillights are among the most recognizable in the entire automotive kingdom. Oh, and check out how well that hood and doors fit!

Carrying a few nice upgrades, the lovely light blue-and-white interior obviously works well with the freshened blue paint, and the hues are close enough that they complement each other nicely. Most of the parts you can see or touch are newer and the result is simply splendid, with reproduction seat covers on all the seats, plush carpets that haven't been baked by the sun or worn down by passengers, and matching door panels with correct detailing and hardware. The instrument panel is the early Pony style with a wide speedometer flanked by auxiliary gauges on either end, all framed by a color-matched steering wheel that's in great shape. 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. This engine was a mainstay of Ford products throughout the '60s for good reason: it's smooth, torquey, and quite thrifty out on the open road. In today's climate, it kind of makes sense, doesn't it? It still cruises at modern highway speeds and pulls down fuel mileage that any modern Mustang would be pleased to own. Nice and tidy under the hood, it's wearing a few dress-up chrome pieces like the shiny valve cover and air cleaner, a new carburetor, and a fresh distributor, plug wires, fuel pump, and giant aluminum radiator for added reliability. It fires quickly and easily with its characteristic grumble from the single exhaust, and with the 3-speed automatic transmission, it pulls the lightweight little coupe around with aplomb. A newer gas tank and correct exhaust system with transverse muffler were also attended to, so it's ready to enjoy immediately. Flashy Ansen Sprint slotted mag wheels and recent 195/65/15 blackwall radials complete the bright look.

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!

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Features

  • Seatbelts
  • Vinyl Interior
  • Heat
  • Air Conditioning
  • Defrost
  • AM/FM Radio
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Documentation

  • Build Receipts
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SPECS

Exterior Color
Blue Metallic
Front Suspension
Coils with shocks
Rear Suspension
Leaf Springs w/ Shocks
Front Brakes
Drum
Rear Brakes
Drum
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