This 1965 Ford Mustang GT Tribute convertible has been given a lot of extra time and care to be a true classic that's truly sporty. So check out the sleek red style, upgraded V8 power, four-on-the-floor, and all the other pieces that give you a terrific drop-top GT cruiser feeling.
Rangoon Red is one of the coolest ways to represent this American icon. The factory-correct color has a shiny distinction that comes from a quality respray. Since there's only 300 miles on this full build, .....
you know exactly why this one also looks so fresh. And you can also tell they worked on the body before laying down the paint. That makes for straight panels and doors that shut with confidence. Of course, there's also room for brightwork on a classic like this with wraparound chrome bumpers, badges, and 14-inch Mag wheels. This even has the rear luggage rack - a stylish but seldom-seen feature. Plus, the rocker stripe is a nice addition that was done in white to coordinate with whitewall tires. And there are more of the right hints of sporty attitude we want on a GT tribute with the fog lights in the grille, GT gas cap, and dual exhaust through the rear valance. So they really took extra time to create an accurate power pony appearance.
The black roof has a timelessly attractive look against the red paint, and we're glad to see there's a full black interior underneath. This is the correct color, but the seats, door panels, dash pad, and carpeting all have the look and feel of quality from a proper investment. Even the classic details here do impress, like the Mustang emblem floor mats, working courtesy lights, color-matched convertible boot, and working AM radio. You'll also enjoy this one because it's nicely done for the driver. You get bucket seats, a center console in-between, a grippy three-spoke steering wheel, and a correct round gauge package. Plus, you might have also noticed the desirable Rally Pac that includes the handy tach and working clock.
Under the hood is a tidy engine bay with a bold Ford blue block, shining valve covers, and a matching air topper with callouts. And we love the look of the polished Monte Carlo bar that adds strength and a touch of Shelby-style appeal. Ford's 289 cubic-inch V8 has a stout reputation, and with a Holley four-barrel carburetor on top, this one knows how to deliver good power. You take proper control over this powerhouse with the four-speed manual transmission. As you look underneath, the full clean presentation gives you confidence on the road.
Complete with the owner's manual, this is the iconic V8 drop-top cruiser with a ton of vintage appeal. So don't miss this deal, call today!