1965 Ford Mustang Fastback
|Performance:||200 hp, 289 cu. in. V-8 engine|
|Performance options:||Two-Barrel Carburetors|
|Suspension:||Independent Front Suspension with Live rear axle|
|Color exterior:||Dark Teal|
|Features:||Front Fog Lamps, Side Emblems|
|Options:||Rear Trumpet Exhaust|
|Tires:||P205 x 75. 14-Kelly Springfield, model Road Mark PS with GT wheels|
|Brakes:||Front: Disc / Rear: Drum|
|Other 1:||License: TAM160|
(SOLD) This California black plate car has been well maintained and cared for. It was part of a large private collection of cars for the last several years, with its previous home being in Southern California. It has tremendous patina and has been upgraded with several GT options, including front fog lamps, side emblems, and a rear trumpet exhaust. The exterior presents very well, with good panel fit and good sheet metal displaying only minimal wear. Driver comforts include a console floor shift automatic transmission, power steering, a remote mirror, factory air conditioning, very good upholstery, and the original working Philco AM push button radio. This early fastback presents itself very well with its beautiful lines and spacious interior.
First made available in 1965, the 2+2 fastback body style gave customers shopping for a Mustang three styles to choose from. A fastback is a car body style whose roofline slopes continuously down at the back. When Carroll Shelby created his GT350, he chose the fastback for its aerodynamic advantages over the regular hardtop design.