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For Sale: 1965 Mustang Fastback

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Well, Leslie and I have decided it is time to get the ‘65 fastback restomod into the hands of someone who will truly enjoy it versus being pretty much the garage ornament it has become over the past few years.  

Vehicle Overview

1965 Mustang Fastback (original V8 car)
Garage Kept since paint/bodywork was completed in 2005. 

 

Patriot Blue Pearl Clearcoat w/Diamond White Pearl racing stripes.

 

393 (351W-based) stroker engine, 9.5:1 CR (balanced and blueprinted shortblock), Edelbrock Victor Jr aluminum heads, Comp cams 270 retrofit had roller, CompCams roller rockers.  Edelbrock Performer RPM airgap intake, Holley 650 dp carb.  MSD 6AL w/matching distributor.  4-row aluminum radiator w/electric flex-a-lite thermostatic controlled fan.  Optima red-top battery.

 

T56 6speed transmission
Pro5.0 shifter
New McLeod RST twin disc clutch/pressure plate
New McLeod aluminum flywheel

Cable clutch conversion

 

Built Ford 8-inch rear w/3.80 gear Detroit Locker
Moser 28-spline forged axles

 

Boxed steel subframe connectors
Centerline billet “Mohave” 17x8 wheels
New Michelin tires 
Global West upper/lower control arms, stabilizer bars and sway bar.
Total Control Products adjustable front coilovers/shocks and rear adj shocks
Flaming River manual rack and pinion

 

Custom white interior, dark blue carpet
Retro sound radio w/usb and bluetooth inputs
JLP instrument cluster w/Autometer gauges
Flaming River tilt steering column
Lecarra steering wheel

~2000 miles put on the car since 2005

Only notable things that I feel a new owner might want to address is replacing the drivers side front floor pan and redo the sheet metal over the transmission area under the dash.  (No rust, just my terrible welding skills leaves much to be desired).  Drivers side rear floor pan seems to have been patched by the previous owner and I never got around to doing anything about it.

$38,000 OBO

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11 hours ago, Ashley P said:

Cash those overtime checks and write one of your own.  :calledout  :) 

It would be awful to buy such a nice vintage car and have no garage to keep it in. :meh:

 

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2 hours ago, JohnC said:

It would be awful to buy such a nice vintage car and have no garage to keep it in. :meh:

 

Just another check on another day, right?

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On ‎10‎/‎6‎/‎2018 at 7:47 AM, JohnC said:

It would be awful to buy such a nice vintage car and have no garage to keep it in. :meh:

 

you can keep it in mine

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