1965 Mustang GT, 4 Speed, 289 4bbl, true survivor, numbers matching car.

Price: US $36,500.00 Item location: Arlington, Texas, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Mustang
  • SubModel: Mustang GT
  • Doors: 2
  • Year: 1965
  • Mileage: 62,200
  • Color: Green
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Interior color: Tan
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1965 Ford Mustang Mustang GT

You are looking at a real 1965 Mustang GT coupe 4 speed, ts all numbers matching with correct date codes. This is a survivor that started out as a full restoration 19 years ago. The current owner bought this car from a man in California who had the interior removed and had been repainted 19 years ago. The factory installed 289 was restored to running condition, e sealed and re installed. The transmission was also removed re sealed and re installed with a new clutch, ressure plate and the fly wheel was re surfaced. The brakes were rebuilt with new factory parts, ront disc and rear drum. The motor was not rebuilt as it was running good with the following compression test numbers. #1 142psi, 2 149 psi, 3 151 psi, 4 154 psi, 5 152 psi, 6152 psi, 7150psi, 8 151 psi. The vin# 5F07A727748, 5) 1965, F) Dearborn Plant,(0) Coupe, A) 289 V bbl. 225hp, ransmission code (5) 4 speed manual, 1) axle code 3.00:1 ratio, otal production of this body style 409,260, ith a four speed 22,232 and a GT coupe with a 4 speed the numbers are even lower. It has the original dual exhaust with trumpets and amazingly the oem mufflers dates 3/65 & 4/65 respectively. It has the rally pack clock and tachometer (works intermittently). It has dealer installed a/c restored to 134a, lso has a date code on the compressor. The interior was restored to OE Pony Premium interior, archment with Ivy gold appointments. It has new Ivy green carpet and the factory seat belts. The body panels are original with no rust problems. The fuel tank is new and has been replaced. The more that was found to be original on the car the more it was kept like it was. Here is an example, he drive shaft still had the factory balance markings so he clear coated over it vs painting it black. This is not a nut and bolt restoration but it is a true matching numbers survivor that you can drive every day. It runs good and looks good. Check out the pictures and the video. give us a call with any questions you may have. We encourage an outside inspector to check this car out for your piece of mind. We look forward to working with you.