This 1965 Ford Mustang 2+2 Restomod has the unmistakable look of polished quality over every inch. So look over all the details, including the 400+ hp fuel-injected stroker motor, fully upgraded suspension, overdrive transmission, and custom A/C interior. It all proves that this low-mileage build was done with the kind of top quality care that's worthy of award-level admiration.
You can instantly see they took an exceptional amount of time on the bodywork before the first drop of .....
black went on top. That's how you get awesome lines and an overall look like this Mustang was forged from onyx. You'll want to put this on a turntable in your garage just so you can watch the light dance across this amazing presentation. The shine of the paint is rivaled by brightwork in the right places, like the bumpers and window trim. The fastback has always been the ideal speedy pony car with the dramatic long hood/short deck design. Plus, these always had the best profiles with the race-ready rear window slats. You even have the right GT-style features like the fog lights in the grille and trumpeted dual exhaust tips coming out of the rear valance. But a true restomod loves to show off modern flair. You see that in well-done upgrades like the brightly polished modern Bullitt Mustang alloys and the upgraded taillight package with sequential taillights.
The appeal of the interior is as clear as black and white, literally! The two-tone is expertly interwoven in areas like the seats and door panels, and since there's less than 3,300 miles on the whole build, it all remains nice and fresh. There are even great details, like the wide headrests and premium ""Pony"" package on the seatbacks. Some of the modern upgrades are done very stealthy, like the power windows on the factory-style cranks, retro-style AM/FM digital tuner with iPod hookup, and the modern R134a air conditioning coming from the classic-style vents. Other modern upgrades are too distinct to miss, like the LED interior lighting and the custom cup holder center console. Even the door sills light up with the modern pony emblem! The wood-rimmed three-spoke sports steering wheel is on a tilt column, and that gives you a clear view to the full MP gauge package with large speedo and tach.
The engine bay is just as tidy, dark, and top-quality as the rest of the car, and so you know you'll be popping the hood wherever you park this coupe. This has the instant look of performance, and you'll love telling everyone about the full build. It's a 347 cubic-inch stroker V8 where the block was fully machined, bored, honed, and decked. It has been enhanced and fortified with forged pistons, a cast crank, Comp Cams camshaft, Scorpion roller rockers, forged I-beam rods, Edelbrock aluminum heads, an Edelbrock intake, and topped with a Holley Terminator electronic fuel injection system. You even have the right supporting components in this thoughtful build, like the March serpentine system, MSD ignition, and aluminum radiator w/electric fan. The full package is rated at a street-eating 425 and 425 lb-ft of torque. And you really get to announce this power superiority with the header-fed Borla dual exhaust. Ford's four-speed automatic transmission has been built to handle all this extra power while also delivering overdrive ease. The same versatility is seen in the rear end with a Ford 9-inch limited-slip unit with Strange Engineering axles and 3.73 gears. The whole setup is designed to give you a great feel of the road. That's why you have a Speedway Mustang II-style front end with tubular A-arms, Ridetech four-link rear, adjustable colilvers, rack & pinion power steering, and four-wheel power disc brakes.
We just don't have room to list all of the amazing pieces of this Mustang restomod. But the sale comes with a binder of receipts and full details of this build, so we can go over everything down to the bolts! This is the kind of no-compromises build that rarely leaves its creator's hands. So don't miss this awesome custom. Call now!