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1965 Ford Mustang GT Fastback

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$54,000

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1965 Ford Mustang GT Fastback

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1965 Ford Mustang GT Fastback

Winning Bid: $54,000 (USD) by: FM1964

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Auction Type:  Reserve

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Chassis/VIN:

5T09A194331

Location:

Sanford, Florida

Odometer:

84,300 (Mi)

Lot Number:

4676535

Engine:

289ci V8

Seller:

Private Party

Transmission:

Automatic

Carfax:

TITLE/VIN CHECK  

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Winning Bid: $54,000 (USD) by: FM1964

Auction Type:  Reserve

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Chassis/VIN:

5T09A194331

Location:

Sanford, Florida

Odometer:

84,300 (Mi)

Lot Number:

4676535

Engine:

289ci V8

Seller:

Private Party

Transmission:

Automatic

Carfax:

TITLE/VIN CHECK  

Confirmed

 

If a bid is placed within the last two minutes of an auction, an additional two minutes is added to ensure all bidders have a fair chance to bid. Bid carefully. The highest winning bidder will enter into a legally binding purchase contract.

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Vehicle Story

This 1965 Ford Mustang GT fastback is finished in burgundy with white stripes over a black vinyl interior and is powered by a 289ci (A code) V8 paired with a C4 automatic transmission.  The car has been owned by its current owner for 30 years and was the recipient of a three-year, comprehensive restoration effort that concluded in 2017. Located in Sanford, Florida, this Mustang is now offered on a clean Florida title in the seller’s name.

The car is finished in Burgundy poly with White stripes running across the roof, hood, and trunk,.  It was the recipient of a three year, bare-metal rotisserie restoration, and that was completed in April 2017.  A fiberglass hood with Shelby style hood scoop was added, and lightweight hood hinges were installed.  A Shelby filler cap was added on the tail panel. 

The car rides on Magnum 500 wheels measuring 14x6 in the front and 14x7 in the rear. The tires are BF Goodrich Radial T/A raised-white-letter tires on all four corners, with 205/70 upfront and 245/60 in the rear.  The braking system features factory front discs with new stainless steel lines throughout; additionally, lines for the transmission and fuel system were replaced with stainless steel pieces.  

The interior is fitted with black vinyl bucket seats separated by a console in the center and matching carpeting and door panels.  The console houses the shifter for the automatic transmission and features silver trim throughout.  The factory radio has been upgraded with a vintage-look head unit from USA-1 with modern smartphone connectivity and AM/FM/cassette source options.

A three-spoke chrome steering wheel with Mustang center horn insignia frames the instrumentation, which includes a 120-mph speedometer as well as a column-mounted rally pac 8k-rpm tachometer and a clock. The clock is currently inoperable. Accompanying gauges display fuel level, oil pressure, coolant temperature, and voltage.  A clock is also present but is currently inoperable.  The five-digit odometer reads 84k miles, 2k of which have been added by the seller since completion of the restoration in 2017.

The 289ci V8 is original to the car and has been rebuilt with performance upgrades, including a performance camshaft,  Edelbrock Performer 600CFM Carburetor, and a Weiand Stealth high-rise intake manifold.  The ignition coil is from Mallory High Performance, and there are ceramic Tri-Y headers installed from Scott Drake.  Other equipment includes FlowKooler high-flow water pump, Champion aluminum four-core radiator with 2x13 overflow tank, and fiberglass fan shroud.  The car has a Power Master 100-amp one-wire chrome alternator, chrome valve covers, and a Scott Drake chrome-finished air cleaner.  Power is sent to the rear wheels through a console-shifted automatic C4 transmission with a shift kit. 

The underside has been fully restored, with all components repainted or replated. Additional photos showing the underside are available in the gallery.

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Comments & Questions

March 03, 2021
06:22 AM
Seller

As we near the final hours of the auction the reserve has been lowered one last time. I would like to thank everyone for participating. Best of luck to the winner. If you have any further questions please don't hesitate to ask.

March 02, 2021
09:13 AM
Seller

That's a good question. Long time ago when I bought the car I did not notice it. I honestly have no idea, perhaps original owner had a larger radio or something at one time. In 2017, part of the painting was the dash.

March 01, 2021
09:15 PM
Bidder

What are the 2 extra holes in the dash on each side of the radio knobs? Does something go there? Also was the dash painted when the car was painted in 2017?

March 01, 2021
12:49 PM
Bidder

I do agree with you that in auctions you do get some unsaleable vehicle for sale and that’s why they are there to be get rid of.I have been buying mustangs for over 35 years and your car is very good ,being original apart from the bonnet,I would love to have it and that’s why I was bidding for it to my limit. The new owner would love it and enjoy it every second I’m sure.best wishes all round.

March 01, 2021
10:44 AM
Seller

Venturi69, I don't have much to say except that I have been to multiple auctions in person and have found all the cars look nice from the outside but when you crawl underneath it's a different story. Poor patch welds and undercoating used to cover it up. I know what my GT fastback is worth and have set a fair price with some wiggle room. With only two days left in the auction I have lowered the reserve. If any of the bidders have further questions please feel free to ask. Best of luck to all remaining bidders.

March 01, 2021
09:02 AM
Bidder

This car has now reached what it’s worth and hopefully the owner will accept the latest bid as I bought two mustangs from GAA for the same money and both had rotisserie restoration done on them.as good as new. Best wishes Peachboy

February 28, 2021
02:01 PM

From AutoHunter staff: thank you to all bidders and our seller for upholding the rules of the auction. You are truly stand up users and we appreciate your support. We also support are bidder, 2xhellcat , who represents new bidders to AutoHunter that are not entirely familiar with the rules of the road. We’ve had offline contact, and appreciate the sincere apology. Thank you. In the meantime, this is a great car, and we can’t wait to see who the new owner is. Good luck to all.

February 28, 2021
12:38 PM
Bidder

I thank the owner for sticking to rules of the auction and wish whoever wins the car well.

February 28, 2021
11:04 AM
Seller

If the car sells it will be owned by new owner and I will not show it to anyone else. If it does not sell it will be on classiccars.com and I can be contacted then. FYI, I prefer wire transfer to be paid.

February 28, 2021
09:20 AM

Sorry about previous post. Never been on auction site before. Meant no disrespect or attempted favoritism/circumvention of rules. Would still like to see car at earliest convenience

February 28, 2021
08:42 AM
Seller

Ed, as the owner I have provided all necessary pictures and video. Just because you live near me should not give you an advantage over any other bidder. Even if you offered over the reserve I could not sell to you until after the auction assuming someone did not win the auction. I have to be fair and abide by the AutoHunter agreement.

February 28, 2021
12:54 AM
Bidder

The last bid is for Ed lapjza ,we are all genuine buyers.Stop being a chest and bid like the rest of us.

February 28, 2021
12:51 AM
Bidder

Can’t believe that one bids here and someone wants to go there and buy cash,well what do you think,that all bidders here have the wrong money..Stop cheating the system and bid with others.only fair.

February 26, 2021
08:02 AM
Seller

I am into nostalgia and your vehicle sounds nice but I am not interested in a trade. My mustang sat in a garage for years until 2014 which is when I had the drivetrain rebuilt. I did not get the car back until the rest of the car was restored which was 2017. Since the restore I have only driven it to car shows or around the neighborhood area and have put approx. 1500 miles on it. Current odometer reading is 84,273 miles.

February 25, 2021
04:44 PM

Are you into Nostalgia ? Interested in a Possible Trade for unique 1937 Ford 2dr. metal bodied slantback - A "real" 60's rod w/ unique features & collector items w/ only 17,000 orig mi. on 66 Mustang driveline. No rust underneath. A real old school rod. Ford in a Ford. It has orig. Radir bullet mag wheels ( collector item ) & rolled / pleated running boards. Dash signed by John Milner from American Graffiti. Hidden 4 speaker radio/cd player. What is the mi. on the driveline ?

February 25, 2021
02:00 PM
Seller

The paint is excellent, no issues. The pictures & video were taken on 12/6/2020. The car is parked in the garage all the time and has never seen rain, etc... I only take it out about every two weeks just to run it. Forgot to mention in auction but a specifically fitted car cover for a 65 fastback comes with the car.

February 25, 2021
01:38 PM
Bidder

Are there any issues with the paint such as chips, scratches, bubbling or peeling. The paint looks excellent in the photos but I just want to confirm. Also were the pictures taken recently?

February 24, 2021
12:01 PM
Seller

I apologize but I no longer have the detailed information about the sway bar or other parts. When I moved from PA to FL back in 2019 my automobile paperwork was lost in transit along with some other items. I can tell you that most parts were purchased from CJ Pony Parts as direct original equipment replacement , Scott Drake whenever possible. Example: I looked up Scott Drake Lower Control Arm Assembly Premium Black/Gray 1965-1966 on CJ Pony parts but it does not say what type of bushings.

February 24, 2021
10:34 AM
Bidder

@Mustangfastback is the swaybar aftermarket? Also have all the suspensions bushings been changed to urethane or just the sway bar ones?

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