This 1965 Ford Mustang Prostreet mixes a seriously desirable history with some serious street-eating power. It's an early 1964.5 model that has been upgraded with a fuel-injected 5.0 motor, full race cage, four-wheel discs, a race-ready suspension, and an awesome stance from a wicked set of rear tires.
The early Mustangs hold a special place in our hearts. This one respects that history by keeping the right look of a nice affordable coupe for the youth market. Good lines, chrome .....
bumpers, and a bright metallic silver finish make this fundamentally attractive. There are no hood scoops or flames painted down the sides. Sure you can add plenty of custom flair if you wanted, but we think the presentation here is perfect for the prostreet segment. It still looks like a street-worthy version of the classic car you love, but with an overall finish that you can tell it has taken down some big machines in the quarter-mile. After all, they can expertly tub the rear end all they want, but there's no way to fully disguise just how wide and aggressive the back tires are.
The interior continues the true prostreet attitude. That means your interior leaves you more creature comforts than a pure racer. You have a classic setup with the low-back bucket seats, proper door panels, full carpeting, a nice headliner, and even the courtesy lights are working. The floor shifter also tells you this has been upgraded to a four-speed automatic transmission. And while the motor gives you a terrific tune, there's also a retro-style AM/FM/cassette stereo with upgraded speakers. We really like the look of this bold and clean red interior against the silver exterior, and it has a quality look, right down to the nice headliner and smooth dash pad. So it's also nice that they installed the race-ready components with care. You have a full custom race cage, including door bars that come with the sale. It's painted red to match the interior. Even the Grant GT sports steering wheel has been wrapped in red.
Under the hood is a clean and mean presentation. This was upgraded to Ford's 5.0-liter V8, and the label on top tells us that this has the powerful Cobra upper intake for the fuel injection system. It exhales with added power and authority as headers feed the dual exhaust. This is also supported by the right pieces like an aluminum radiator, serpentine belt system, and the fuel cell and Optima battery are in the trunk for better weight distribution. Not only does the full race cage add strength to the car, but also so does the Monte Carlo bar across the engine bay and the added frame bracing underneath. And when you think about strong, that Fab9 rear end is a beefy welded piece that can get serious power to those wide Mickey Thompson tires. In fact, you have a terrific rear suspension setup with reinforced ladder bars and adjustable coilovers. You even have four wheel disc brakes to scrub away the speed.
This is the desirable first-run Mustang with a terrific street-eating attitude. It makes for a distinctive way to represent both performance and history. Call today!!!