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1965 Ford Mustang Fastback 4-Speed

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1965 Ford Mustang Fastback 4-Speed

Winning Bid: $41,300 (USD) by: JAMBrothers

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Chassis/VIN:

5R09T134234

Location:

Hot Springs Village, Arkansas

Odometer:

1,909 (Mi)

Lot Number:

12499487

Engine:

289ci V8

Seller:

Private Party

Transmission:

Manual

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Winning Bid: $41,300 (USD) by: JAMBrothers

Auction Type:  Reserve

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Chassis/VIN:

5R09T134234

Location:

Hot Springs Village, Arkansas

Odometer:

1,909 (Mi)

Lot Number:

12499487

Engine:

289ci V8

Seller:

Private Party

Transmission:

Manual

Carfax:

TITLE/VIN CHECK  

Confirmed

 

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Vehicle Story

This 1965 Ford Mustang fastback was the recipient of a highly-documented five-year restoration under current ownership and is powered by a replacement 289ci V8 backed by a 4-speed manual transmission. Along with the installation of a reupholstered interior, this pony car received performance upgrades including Wilwood brake components, rack and pinion steering, an MSD ignition system, an aluminum radiator, and more. Finished in Rangoon Red over a reupholstered two-tone red and white vinyl interior, this Mustang is now offered with restoration documentation and a clear Arkansas title in the seller’s name.

This first-generation Mustang bears a fastback (63A) body style and was refinished in Rangoon Red (J) with dual white stripes, with exterior features including fender-mounted 289 badging, fog lamps, sail panel louvers, and brightwork for the front and rear bumpers, grille, rocker panel moldings, and dual polished exhaust outlets at the rear. The body is described as being in good condition with quality fit and finish evident from an older frame on restoration that was carried out.

Chrome-finished five-spoke 15” wheels are wrapped in 225/60-sized BFGoodrich Radial T/A raised-white-letter tires. The braking system was serviced with a new brake booster and a Wilwood tandem master cylinder, and a rack and pinion steering has been added.

The interior is upholstered with two-tone red and white vinyl bucket seats up front with a Sport Deck folding bench in the rear, having been color-matched to the door panels, dash, and carpeting. The driver seating position has been extended for maximum legroom, and additional interior work included a rebuild of the door locks and window cranks, and replacement of the rear window gasket. Amenities include a center console with bright accent trim, rubber Mustang-branded floor mats, a radio with Boss speakers in the rear cargo area, and full carpeting.

Instrumentation is provided by a factory sweeping 120-mph speedometer, a coolant temperature gauge, and a fuel gauge. Additional column-mounted gauges are installed for an 8k-rpm tachometer and an analog clock. The five-digit mechanical odometer reads just under 2k miles, although true mileage on the chassis is unknown.

This Mustang reportedly came originally outfitted with an inline-6 but later received a replacement 289ci V8 powerplant. Upgrades to the newer engine include an MSD ignition system and recent maintenance such as replacement of the bell housing, a newer clutch assembly, a rebuilt carburetor, a new starter, and a replacement Champion aluminum radiator with an electric fan. Power is fed to the rear wheels via a console-shifted replacement 4-speed manual transmission.

The sale includes a book of receipts for restoration documentation. 

 

AUTOHUNTER ADMIN UPDATE 9/8/21 4:35PM: Additional undercarriage photos have been added to the gallery.

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Comments & Questions

September 15, 2021
05:59 AM
Seller

@22tango – 302. No Dyno numbers. All work done by owner, retired Delta lead mechanic ...

This was a miss post reply and referred to a GTO also being sold. this Engine is a 289.

September 09, 2021
07:10 PM

What rear end is on this? 8”, 9”? Did Norm replace as part of the restoration?

September 09, 2021
10:05 AM
Seller

@seattle6 – Please give me some details on the engine. True 289 or 302. Any dyno numbers? Who did the work?, etc... ...

302. No Dyno numbers. All work done by owner, retired Delta lead mechanic

September 09, 2021
09:44 AM

Please give me some details on the engine. True 289 or 302. Any dyno numbers? Who did the work?, etc...

September 08, 2021
02:52 PM
Seller

@GRCHS1971 – Any rust evident underneath? Floor pans in good shape? ...

Will add pictures of the bottom of the car

September 08, 2021
01:09 PM
Seller

We’ve noticed no rust. Car has been in the rain maybe 3 times since purchased in 2012. Has always been garaged.

September 08, 2021
12:17 PM

Any rust evident underneath? Floor pans in good shape?

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