- $32,995 Get Financing
- Wimbledon White
- Seller: StreetsideDallas
- Phone: 855-877-2707
A factory A-code 1965 Ford Mustang is already a coupe of distinction. But then you add in an awesome color combo, A/C interior, and a solid recent investment in maintenance, and soon you realize that the car that caught your eye is also the one you can't let get away.
Wimbledon White is always desirable on a first-year Mustang, and so it's great to have the factory-correct color still on the car today. But that's just the beginning. The iconic color was resprayed later in life to ensure you still get a proper gloss and shine to show off the straight body lines. There's even a white vinyl roof for added distinction. This gives the car a premium look, and so the quality continues in the details. There are fresh chrome bumpers, brake lights, gas cap, door handles, front window chrome, and pony grille. Even the way the doors close with confidence remind you that this stock-looking classic has received proper care and attention over the years.
With an interior this impressive, you'll probably leave the windows down on this hardtop everywhere you park. The exterior white returns on the center console, headliner, door panels, dash, and steering wheel. But what catches your eye is the vibrant red that dominates inside. It looks like you stepped into a European sports car, but the trim tag tells us it's the factory-correct setup for this all-American. Part of this impressiveness also just has to do the solid investments all-around. The quality in this one goes right down to the details, like the weather-stripping, window felts, and console lights. And as you look over the full package, you can really appreciate the added care that went into the upgrades that add quality while still looking vintage. The air conditioning unit looks just like the one the dealer would install. The radio is a retro-style AM/FM digital tuner, and the factory AM unit comes with the sale. And since this is an A-code Mustang, it deserves the Scott Drake tach/clock Rally-Pac added to the steering column.
Under the hood, the golden air grabber and valve covers radiating from within the dark and tidy engine bay. So this has a look that's ready to show off, and that's for a very good reason. As an A-code Mustang, this came from the factory with the more desirable 289 and four-barrel carburetor combination. It still carries those specs today. It fires up eagerly like a well-maintained car, and it makes a sweet tune out of the dual exhaust. There are some nice driving features like a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes. Plus, we have a recent receipt for $5k documenting work on brakes, wheel cylinders, heater, blower motor, front/rear shocks, A/C system, and more. It all goes to prove this is a solid and well-respected cruiser.
The sale comes complete with build receipts, maintenance records, and a car cover. You can tell this coupe was made for someone who wants to drive something vintage without giving up comfort or power. So if you demand the best from your classic, call today!