1965 Ford


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1965 Ford Mustang

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Just Arrived! This 1965 Ford Mustang is a C-code convertible that was built in San Jose, California and refurbished around 2005 by Horseshoe Rustorations of Sherwood, Oregon. The car was refinished in red with GT350-style stripes, the black interior was redone, and a 302ci V8 was installed. Equipment includes a three-speed automatic transmission with a shift kit, a Holley carburetor, an aftermarket ignition, 17″ wheels, disc brakes, a coilover suspension, rack-and-pinion steering, a tachometer, an AM/FM radio, and a black soft top.

The car left the factory in Wimbledon White and was refinished in red with white GT350-style stripes. Features include a black soft top with a matching boot cover, a Shelby-style hood and fuel cap, a custom-made steel R-style front valance, side scoops, and dual exhaust that terminates through the rear valance.

Gray 17″ American Racing Torq Thrust wheels are mounted with 225/45 front and 255/40 BFGoodrich G-Force Sport tires. Each corner is equipped with disc brakes, and a quick-ratio Flaming River rack-and-pinion steering assembly has been installed, which is power-assisted. The suspension has been further modified with adjustable Ron Morris front coilovers, Vari-Shock rear coilovers, and rear traction bars.

The interior features low back bucket seats and a rear bench in black vinyl upholstery. Shelby-branded floor mats protect the black carpeting, and an AM/FM radio is located in the center of the dash.

A Shelby-branded steering wheel frames GT-style instrumentation that includes a 140-mph speedometer flanked by four auxiliary gauges. A Shelby-branded tachometer is centrally mounted atop the dashboard. The five-digit odometer shows 64k miles, and true mileage is unknown.

The 302ci V8 is said to have been purchased as a crate engine and equipped with a Holley carburetor, JBA tubular headers, a custom 2.5″ exhaust, an aftermarket ignition, an electric fuel pump, and a replacement radiator. An export brace and curved Monte Carlo bar are fitted.

Power is delivered to the wheels through a three-speed C4 automatic transmission said to be fitted with a shift kit and 1,800-rpm stall converter. The 8″ rear end is said to have been fitted with Dutchman axle shafts, and additional photos of the underside are presented in the gallery below.

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