1965 Ford Mustang Convertible
Why This Car Is Special
The first-generation Ford Mustang was manufactured by Ford from March 1964 until 1973. The introduction of the Mustang created a new class of automobile known as the pony car. The Mustang’s styling, with its long hood and short deck, proved wildly popular and inspired a host of competition.
We have a top-of-the-line restored 1965 Mustang Convertible here at Skyway Classics, with the high performance C-code engine, verified by the VIN # 5F08C770784, that has a stunning color combo of triple black paint, top, and interior.
1965 Ford Mustang Convertible
C Code 289 cubic inch engine was factory rated at 200 horsepower
Modified ignition and spark plug wires
Headers with its dual exhaust
Engine block, heads, and intake painted in Ford Racing Blue
Black finned aluminum open cleaner assembly
Black finned Cobra logo valve covers
Restored hoses, wires, and FoMoCo red washer refill bag
Factory correct, painted and detailed engine compartment
4-speed manual transmission
“Pony” black interior twin front factory bucket seats and rear seat
Black carpet and Mustang floor mats
Front seat belts
Black convertible top
Three-spoke Mustang wood steering wheel
Accessory gauges under the dash
Aftermarket stereo radio system
Polished shifter with the Hurst T-Handle
Matching door panels
Trunk is even nice and detailed and has the grey tweed mats and the boot for the convertible
Stealthy and fresh paint
Beautiful chrome bumpers
Shelby hood scoop
Stock grille insert with the running Mustang horse
289 and Mustang badges
Great trim and glass
Super looking black convertible top and boot
Aftermarket chrome 5-spoke mag wheels
Black sidewall tires
Our Mustang came with the C Code engine which was a 289 cubic inch that was factory rated at 200 horsepower. It now has more performance with a performance 4-barrell carb, modified ignition and spark plug wires, and headers with its dual exhaust, and also is dressed with the engine block, heads, and intake painted in Ford Racing Blue, has a black finned aluminum open cleaner assembly, black finned Cobra logo valve covers, and what looks to be all restored hoses, wires, and FoMoCo red washer refill bag, with all sitting in a factory correct, painted and detailed engine compartment and backed up by a 4-speed manual transmission.
Our Mustang has an immaculate “Pony” black interior with correct seat covers over the twin front factory bucket seats and rear seat, black carpet and Mustang floor mats on the floor, front seat belts, black convertible top, three-spoke Mustang wood steering wheel, factory gauges and accessory gauges under the dash, aftermarket stereo radio system, polished shifter with the Hurst T-Handle on the floor, and matching door panels.
The trunk is even nice and detailed and has the grey tweed mats and the boot for the convertible too.
The stealthy and fresh paint on the slick bodywork is great with beautiful chrome bumpers, Shelby hood scoop, stock grille insert with the running Mustang horse, 289 and Mustang badges on both sides to tell everyone about the 289 V8 in the engine compartment, great trim and glass, chrome mirrors, the super looking black convertible top and boot, as well as the Mustang gas cap out back.
It rides on aftermarket chrome 5-spoke mag wheels on nice black sidewall tires that gives it a correct period look and stance.
This is one gorgeous restored black 1965 Mustang C Code Convertible we have here at Skyway Classics that is one of the nicest we have ever had.
As valuable and collectable as these first generation Mustangs are, you better come see it today, before this Mustang gets away.
So give us a call at 941-254-6608.
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