1965 Ford



1965 Ford Mustang



This 1965 Ford Mustang coupe features a 351ci Windsor V8, a five-speed manual transmission, and a TCI Engineering Mustang II front suspension setup. Additional modifications include a repaint in metallic red, a four-wheel disc-brake conversion, 17″ American Racing wheels, an MSD ignition control module, an aftermarket air conditioning system, and aftermarket gauges. This modified Mustang is now offered with manufacturer's literature, records and service manuals.

The body was refinished in its current red during the refurbishment according to the seller. Exterior features include a hood scoop, a side mirror, vent windows, and chrome bumpers. A bubble is noted by the seller on the passenger-side door, and the finish is shown up close in the photo gallery below.

Staggered-width 17″ American Racing wheels feature a polished finish and are fitted with Hankook Ventus V2 tires measuring 205/50 in the front and 235/45 at the rear. Disc brakes are fitted at all four corners and feature Wilwood calipers up front. The front shock towers were replaced with flat cover panels, and a TCI Engineering Mustang II-style front suspension system with power-assisted rack-and-pinion steering.

Replacement black upholstery with textured inserts covers the front bucket seats and the rear bench. The custom door panels feature embroidered Mustang branding, and additional modifications include an aftermarket air-conditioning system, an adjustable steering column, and an Alpine stereo linked to speakers mounted in the front footwells and rear shelf.

Replacement gauges are mounted in an engine-turned cluster and feature a six-digit odometer indicating that nearly 200 miles have been driven since completion of the build. True mileage is unknown.

The 351ci Windsor V8 was built by Hawaii Racing of Simi Valley, California during previous ownership and is equipped with an aftermarket carburetor and aluminum intake manifold. Further additions include an aluminum radiator fitted with an electric fan, a replacement fuel tank, Ford Motorsport-branded valve covers, and coated exhaust headers.

Power is sent to the rear wheels through a five-speed manual transmission. Additional photos showing the suspension, chassis, and driveline are presented in the gallery below.

The car was featured in the March 2007 issue of Super Rod magazine.

The door-mounted chassis tag has been removed. The inner fender stamp displays serial number sequence 5R07C186734, which matches the VIN on title.

Full walkaround with Steve Magnante coming soon.

Just Arrived! Call Dan or Nick at 508-859-4515 for more information. Each vehicle in our amazing 70 car inventory is hand-picked and inspected by Nick or Dan with zero exceptions. Shiny paint and a detailed engine bays are not always a quality vehicle; each vehicle goes through a 100 point 30-hour inspection to ensure there are no surprises for the new owner. Our amazing service facility and staff make every day possible here at high octane. We truly strive to deliver a quality product and an unforgettable experience. Buy your dream ride today and join the high-octane classics family! We have financing options available up to 144 months. We also offer global shipping options.

Read More