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1965 Ford Mustang
$39,995.00
Exterior Color: Fly Yellow
Interior Color: Black
Transmission: Manual

If this 1965 Ford Mustangs bright ferrari fly yellow paint isnt attention-grabbing enough, all you have to do is pop the hood and show off the paxton supercharged 289, which has been punched out to a stout 347 cubes. Add in a beefy suspension and some giant disc brakes and you have one of the coolest early Mustang resto-mods weve ever seen. Theres a pretty extensive magazine spread on this car, and given the eyeball-popping ferrari fly yellow paint, that shouldnt be surprising. Starting with a clean coupe, everything was taken apart, massaged, smoothed, and refinished to give you the incredible car you see today. Its still early Mustang, theres no doubt about that, but with the neatly integrated shelby-style hood and side vents and a lot of shaved trim, it takes on a very purposeful look. Fit and finish are quite good, certainly better than when these cars were new, and theres still plenty of chrome, so you dont have to worry about its identity getting erased. No stripes, spoilers, or other add-ons were needed to give it a trick look, although there is a neat flip-up fuel filler cap on the rear panel, which balances the shelby hood up front. A mesh grille and a functional cut-out in the lower valence give the front end a race-ready look that really works well on the neat little coupe. This is a really impressive car. At a glance, the interior looks pretty stock, well, except for the bright yellow door panels and dash. However, the seats are stock Mustang buckets, theres no console, and while the gauges are modern, the instrument panel is standard Mustang. Heck, even the woodgrained steering wheel is something you would have seen in 1965. However, the upgrades are there to help make the car work better, so you have a full array of auto meter dials, including a pair on the a-pillar, so its easy to monitor the blown small block under the hood. An am/fm/cd stereo system uses kick panel and package shelf speakers plus a pair of subwoofers with trick enclosures in the trunk to fill the cabin with sound. New carpets, billet pedals, and a 5-speed shifter help with the complete, ready-to-go look. The trunk is a show piece all by itself, so make sure you open it up at shows, because people are really going to want to see this! The engine is a 289 cubic inch v8, bored and stroked all the way to 347 cubic inches. But just in case that isnt enough for you, theres a paxton novi 2000 supercharger that pressurizes the stout small block with nine pounds of boost. Dont worry, the steel scat crank and forged i-beam rods dont mind and the aluminum edelbrock heads help build plenty of horsepower. A full roller valvetrain from comp cams gives it that wicked sound and an msd ignition system lights it all up. Lots os fhiny chrome and billet aluminum under the hood make it look ready to show but with a tremec 5-speed manual transmission, youre probably going to want to go instead of show. A 9-inch rear end with 3.55 gears inside is plenty for the supercharged motor and its been upgraded with giant wilwood disc brakes up front, tubular a-arms, and a rack-and-pinion steering system to keep it all under control. 17-inch torque thrust wheels fill the fenders with 245/45/17 nitto performance radials. Check out the workmanship and the hardware, then look again at the price. Its like buying all the parts and someone has already put them together for you for free. Call today!

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