Engine Size
200 I6
Transmission Type
Body Style
Body Color
Interior Color


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This 1965 Ford Mustang is a very very nice vehicle that was restored 3-4 years ago. It is a very nice restoration and the car was a solid car to start with. It is what we would consider a higher end driver that could still be taken to car shows or just drive it and enjoy. The body on this Mustang is really nice and from what we could find it appears to be all original metal. We did not find any patchwork on this car which is pretty rare on an older Mustang. The body is straight and clean and when it was restored they repainted it in it's original color of Wimbledon White. The paint is really nice and all of the chrome and stainless is also in great condition!! This is just a really nice exterior. The interior was also restored and is also very very nice. It was completely redone when restored with new upholstery, new carpet, new headliner, new door panels, new dash, etc. It was basically all brand new when restored. All of the lights, blinkers, wipers, heat are working. The only item we found not working was the horn.

Mechanically this car is great!! It starts easily and runs and drives down the road with no issues. The engine is the 200 Inline 6 and it is believed to be the original engine that we were told was rebuilt. It recently had a fresh tune-up so it runs smooth and we found no issues when we drove the car. When it was restored they added Power Steering and Power Brakes which is nice. The transmission is the c4 Automatic that shifts smooth and the Rear Axle is a 7.25 with 3.20 Gears. It also has 4 newer tires so this car is ready for a new owner.

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