Power Steering: No Power Brakes: No Power Seats: No Power Windows: No Air Conditioning: Yes Radio: No
Built for speed. That pretty much sums up this 1965 Ford Mustang Fastback decked out in full GT 350 regalia. Power comes from "The New Boss", which is a 450 horsepower 347 cubic inch Ford crate engine mated to a 4-speed transmission and original K-code 9" rear with 3.73 gears. The car has seen less than 10 miles since the new engine was installed. That drivetrain combined with rack and pinion steering and four wheel disc brakes makes this Mustang quite the driving experience. The rust free body was stripped to bare metal and painstakingly prepped and sprayed in classic blue metallic paint. It's very straight and solid. Inside you'll find a black bucket seat interior with rear shelf, roll bar and racing harnesses, plus a Shelby style dash mounted gauge pod for the tachometer. Oh, yeah. It's also air conditioned. Includes a box of receipts, restoration photos and correspondence from the previous owner.
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1971 - $59,900 This numbers matching J-Code Ford Mustang Mach 1 429 CJ is one of only 1512 built for the 1971 model year. It has undergone a breathtaking restoration and it seems there isn't a stitch, bolt or tag out of place. The Ram Air 429 is backed up by a C-6 transmission and Traction Lok rear differential with 3.50:1 gears. The laser straight body wears correct Light Pewter paint and looks out of this world. Inside you'll find a nearly perfect interior with Clarion Knit bucket seats and a floor shifter. The engine and transmission are original to the car and it's equipped with power steering and brakes with discs up front. The Magnum 500 wheels are wrapped in new F60-15 Polyglass GT tires. The rarity of this Mustang alone makes it something special, but the quality of the restoration raises this car to the next level.
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