Used 1965 Ford Mustang
- Sunday 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
- Monday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
- Tuesday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
- Wednesday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
- Thursday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
- Friday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
- Saturday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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10 Consumer Reviews
$4,020.80 New/$75k w/750,000 miles in 57 Years.
I've had a my 1965 Mustang GT High Performance Convertible since my Dad bought me one new for making the Dean's List in High School and the Varsity Tennis team--May 1, 1965 Dad Paid $4,020,80 for this comfy manual 4-speed, front disc brakes, fog lamps, front seat belts, center console, AM Radio, with a Tachometer and Clock: My Father Believed that Power was safety when Passing cars--He wanted me to have the "Special Handling Package" for solid control which came with this model with manual steering, brakes, power top and front seat belts: His faith in me for handling a powerful car only made me drive that much safer--I never let him down; no tickets, no accidents, and I kept the car waxed, clean and garaged--saving the paint and interior as best I could--but it did need a new top and interior, and an engine overhaul after 150,000 miles in 1986--I read a review here where a man said it handles poorly--that may have been true with the basic model $2600 bare bones car but certainly not with the front disc brakes, 4-speed manual transmission and the "Special Handling Package" with Limited Slip--My car is very cozy and I've driven as far as Aptos CA to Everett WA in one haul, 1400 miles in 22 hours with a few rest stops, meals, good tunes, a warm heater, and comfort; and, were talking a convertible! Like any car one needs to read the manual to keep the car in shape and avoid breakdowns--If one follows the owners manual one will avoid any problems. I recall only one time over 700,000 miles I needed a tow truck for a faulty Alternator--my bad as this should be changed every 75,000 miles and I'd let it go over 125,000--AAA tow was free and the cost of a new Alternator was 29 bucks! Parts are inexpensive as over a 1/2 million of these cars were made in 1965 when we bought mine in May 1965 . My car has gone up in value ever year, is great for work or vacation with 2 kids--I get 18 miles to the gallon all around and can get 22 without my foot in it. it is now valued at $75,000 in Good Condition (mines a tad better as I've always had a garage); not bad for a car my Dad paid $4,020.80 for 56 years and 10 months ago.
Fun, Fun, Fun
Great nostalgia car. Fun to drive. Real quick. Newer paint and New Engine. Too many good things to list. Sounds great, looks great. A real head turner.
rare beauty of a turn key driver
Clean, clean, clean, and this says a lot for a very stock vehicle from1965. Who doesn't like a 1965 Mustang, let alone, one that has been meticulously maintained and looks new.