1965 Ford Mustang K code 289 HIPO Fastback with Shelby GT350 Updates (Webers)

Price: US $52,250.00 Item location: Trumbull, Connecticut, United States
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Mustang
  • SubModel: Ford Fastback
  • Type: Fastback
  • Trim: GT350
  • Year: 1965
  • Mileage: 48195
  • VIN: 5T09K------
  • Color: Black
  • Engine size: 289 HIPO
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual 4 Speed
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1965 Ford Mustang GT350

1965 Ford Black Mustang K code 289 Hi-Po 4 speed Fastback Vin ID # 5T09K156909

This factory black 4 speed 289 Hi-Po fastback has always been a rust free car that started life in Charlotte No. Carolina and spent its last few years in Texas.

This K code was upgraded with many original Shelby GT350 parts in the mid 1970's with a continued process of additional Shelby parts added into the 1990's. Below is a list of upgrades and options added to this car.

1)65 Shelby Competition R-model front Apron

2)Shelby GT350 Fiberglass hood

3)66 Shelby side scoops

4)66 Shelby Tachometer

5)65 Shelby wood Shelby steering wheel

6)Shelby R-model American Racing torque thrust D wheels, 15x7" with Goodyear P215/60R15 tires up front and P225/60R15 on the rear.

7)Hooker headers backed up by a free flowing custom performance exhaust system

8)65 Shelby R-model Roll Bar

9)65 Shelby rear package tray

1065 Shelby Goodyear Blue dot spare tire

1166 Shelby side ¼ vent windows

12Shelby Koni adjustable shocks

1365 Shelby R-model Raydot mirror

1465 Shelby competition R-model rear Plexi glass window

1566 Shelby competition stripes

16Shelby export brace and Monte Carlo bar

1766 Shelby gas cap

18Competition 3" seat belts

19Hurst Shifter

204 Speed Toplaoder transmission

21Shelby 1" sway bar

22Shelby quick steering kit

23Trunk mounted battery

24Dual reservoir competition master cylinder

25March aluminum pulleys

26Hi Capacity radiator

The car received a full mechanical restoration by Shelby expert Fershtand Racing, located in FT. Worth, Texas a few years ago with almost no miles on it since. The mechanical restoration included a freshly prepared K-code 289 Hi Po engine with aluminum Edelbrock heads estimated at a conservative 375Hp with tuned 48 IDA Weber carbs, all mated to a 4 speed Toploader transmission and the original Ford 9" rear end with a 3:50 gear ratio. The engine is trimmed out with Cobra valve covers, Cobra letter Weber intake and an original Shelby lettered aluminum T-pan.

The paint, trim and interior are in excellent overall condition as you can see for the pictures with only some minor flaws in the black paint.

Super-fast and fun!!!

You can not build a car like this for buy it now price.

Car is being sold on a Bill of sale as the state of Connecticut is a none Title state on Vintage cars.

Please feel free to e-mail with any questions.