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Sold >1965 Mustang Hardtop West Coast V-8 Automatic<

Sold >1965 Mustang Hardtop West Coast V-8 Automatic

Western States Rust Free Mustang. Always garage kept which is why the dash and interior still looks great, has the original carpet inside of it. Original Hubcaps, Stereo was upgraded and it comes with a custom car cover. New parts like door handles and rubber trim were put on. Why get a Rusty one and spend $$ on it when you can get one that is Rust Free and ready to enjoy.
A book showing photos of the restoration along with receipts of work done to it. This is a private part sale, lady owned Mustang. It drives as good as it looks. Contact Tom with any questions.

Type: Collector Vehicle
Year: 1965
Make: Mustang Hardtop
Model: West Coast V-8 Automatic
Transmission: Automatic
Body Style: Coupe
Drivetrain: RWD
Mileage: 45430
VIN number: 5R07C233849
Exterior Color: Gold
Doors: 2
Interior Color: Black
Engine: 289 V8
New / Used: Used
Price: SOLD
Location: Prescott, Arizona

Contact Information
Jim McLeod
Phone: 928-710-7101
Email: KumberaMotors@gmail.com

Exterior Photos

Even though it was painted 17 years ago it still has a excellent look to it. Always garage kept and under a cover. No rust and never had it. Those are the original Hubcaps. One of the rare bench seat Mustang Coupe. Built in San Jose, Calif. and spent most of it's life there, then brought to Arizona. Originally a Red car, when restored back in 1996 it was painted a new for that year Ford Gold Color inside and out.

Interior Photos

Interior is very nice, rare bench seat model. Stereo upgraded with speakers added. A/C does not work as it needs compressor and parts under the hood to connect to the dash unit. ( these parts can still be found if A/C is needed). Dash is not cracked up like many.

Engine Photos

Original factory 289 V8, with the Automatic Transmission, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Extra Chromed pieces under the hood. Strong running 289 V8 with dual exhaust all the way to the rear. Motor was freshened up at that time and only about 8,000 miles have been put on it since then. Some chromed goodies under the hood, new battery with cut-off switch, newer dual exhaust.

Extra Photos

Underside is where most go bad, with this one living in a dry climate it is still in very good condition. Upgraded suspension parts. Book on the restoration when it was done 8,000 miles ago. original Steering wheel in a box in the trunk,( how has a nice feeling wooden wheel. Brakes are good, the suspension has gotten new parts including coil over shocks in the rear ( no sagging when people pile in). The bottom is impressive as it is Rust free, original floors and 1/4 panels, Torque boxes still very good, Shock towers and mounting are in very good condition.