1965 MUSTANG BEAUTIFUL 'AS
FACTORY' CONVERTIBLE

VERY RARE ‘Y’ SILVER BLUE/JUST GORGEOUS FRESH
PAINT/BLUE- WHITE NEW PONY INTERIOR/BRAND NEW WHITE
TOP/SHOW PRESENTATION/ ‘C’ CODE 289cid REBUILT/2V 2100
CARB/STRONG COMPRESSION/3-SPEED W/CORRECT
LINKAGE/HEAVY DUTY CLUTCH SYSTEM/NEW RADIATOR/COBRA
KIT/DETAILED ENGINE/NEW ALUMINIZED PIPE DUAL EXHAUST
SYSTEM/1965 STYLED STEEL WHEELS/NEW SHOW RADIAL WHITE
WALLS/ REALLY TOP BODY-FENDERS/SUPERIOR RED OXIDE
UNDERCHASSIS WITH GREAT FORD STAMPINGS IN DRIP
RAILS/TOP MECHANICALS COMPLETED

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1965 Mustang convertible finished in just gorgeous Silver Blue metallic that is just applied in the wonderful cosmetic show quality restoration just completed, proper Blue/White two tone Pony full interior with new seats, door panels and blue carpet, 4 safety belts, hard to find such a ‘real’ convertible in today’s time, this has great integrity with a good past, this really drives so well with the factory engineered and now fresh suspension checked, this dated high compression 289cid engine with a just rebuilt with strong compression, has the restored 2100 Autolite carb is fully tuned by top technician, the new chrome Cobra valve covers and air cleaner are correct for Mustang shows, fresh fluids, very seldom does one find a Mustang convertible with all the proper body date codes and stampings, terrific fenders and exceptional underchassis, the lower stainless rocker moldings just installed, new 1965 Styled Steel Wheels with also new 205/75/14 whitewall radial tires, this rare striking color is desired by Mustang collectors all over the world, note that if the new buyer desires, the Fraser Dante experts can put in a ‘new’ C-4 automatic transmission or even a 4-speed unit, both with have all the proper hardware,  

History of this car: newer Owner’s Manual as shown in the LINK, this was a Charlotte DSO and has a long history of being a personal car of the father of a serious Mustang friend of Fraser Dante, lots of effort is accomplished with exceptional paint and body work to produce a just gorgeous car in the original color with pretty Pony interior and a new white top with outstanding mechanicals for Driven Show, solid red oxide underchassis (LINK), offered at $38,950 

Additional note to transmission/mechanical updates: as this came with the original 3-speed floor mounted shifter from the factory, if the new buyer desires, the expert restoration staff at Fraser Dante can update to a 4 speed unit or even a just rebuilt correct C-4 three speed automatic, customer preference,

Steering: also, we are experts on installing the terrific variable ratio Borgeson Power Steering system, as a long time Borgeson dealer and restoration shop, Fraser Dante can update that steering area even though it drives just fine now,

Braking: another step to note, this has the all brand new drum brakes on both front and rear just rebuilt with photos to document said work by Fraser Dante (LINK), here is another area that some people desire, we can update the front brakes with the full SSBC GT stainless brake system for even better stopping, these systems are so popular that lead times are very long now  just to get all the parts, realizing how much people desire these, Fraser Dante tries to keep a set in stock so we can install for a customer in a timely fashion, 

history of the classic Mustang: note that this Mustang is one of the most desirable vehicles ever produced, MUSTANG 1965 to '66, one of the first collector cars in America being good looking, fun to drive, the '65-'66 Mustang was so popular that over 1,100,000 were made in the mid 60's, the ' 65 and '66 Mustang convertible are perhaps among the most collectable cars in the world, these are popular in Sweden, France, The Netherlands, Australia, just everywhere, men and women, old and young all love this car, in this series, the fastback 2+2 is the performance model and the convertible is the ‘cruiser’ that everyone loves to go to dinner or shows, these Mustangs appear in commercials, TV programs, music videos and movies, both Billy Crystal and Clint Eastwood used Mustang convertibles from Fraser Dante when they were filming in Atlanta