This 1965 Ford Mustang Fastback has a cool color combo, GT-style features, updated V8 power, and four-on-the-floor. And so you can see how this first-year fastback is a total package classic.
The fastback is the one we all want, and a red one always has a sporty vibe. It was resprayed later in life, and today that means a good shine while still being a proper driver. And this one was made to be out on the streets to get noticed. You have iconic details like the styled steel wheels and .....
GT-style dual exhaust tips. There are even good fundamentals, like clean glass, good weather stripping, clean lines, and doors that close confidently. And those form-hugging chrome bumpers know how to shine. So this speedy red pony car knows how to represent the icon.
Black interiors always look sharp against red exteriors. The carpet, headliner, and dash pad all have an inviting style. The seats also have a nice look with the right touch of worn-in comfort. Even red floor mats come with the sale if you want a splash of color to coordinate with the exterior. This feels like a well-done driver's machine today with the front bucket seats, grippy sports steering wheel, and a well-placed floor shifter.
Under the hood is a tidy-looking 289 cubic-inch V8. There's plenty of polish on the valve covers, air grabber, alternator, pulleys, and more. They also upgraded the performance with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock intake, and an upgraded exhaust. It's not trying to be a Shelby rival, and so everything is set up to be a nice cruiser currently... but it also won't take much if you want to tune this to be a fun GT machine. And no matter how you choose to motor, the control of the four-speed manual transmission is always desirable. And it feels solid out on the road with features like front disc brakes and wide BF Goodrich T/As.
Complete with a service manual, a first-year fastback will always be in-demand. Especially when you have a classic, that's built to drive. So don't miss this deal. Call now!