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1965 Ford Mustang For Sale
When you see a 1965 Mustang for sale, you know you have found a car with terrific styling but did you know that the Mustang was also the car to cause the most buyer excitement than any other Ford car in more than a generation before its time? The original 1965 Mustang was stylized and well-made. Many of its components came from the Ford Falcon but the coupe was designed to be a car with a much lower base price. As compared to any other compact car in its time, the 1965 Mustang had much more to offer at a lower price tag.
Lee Iacocca is well-known as the man who redesigned Ford’s future by creating the Mustang. A brochure released by the company clearly states why the 1965 Mustang was the new thing when it came to automotive personalization and platform construction.
As per the brochure, “The Mustang with its galvanized structural members and torque boxes is designed for strength and rugged support of both chassis and body components. The uninterrupted tunnel which runs straight through the center of the platform from the toe-board to the rear axle kick-up gives firm support, and the whole structure is reinforced by a practical use of ribs and reinforcements.”
Speed & Power
Standard features of the 1965 Mustang for sale included front bucket seats, full carpeting, an interior jazzed up with vinyl and full wheel covers. Add to this, the 170 cubic inch inline 6 cylinder engine that was a component of the Falcon and a 3 speed manual transmission with floorshift and you have a recipé for success. Depending on the horsepower offered, there were 4 options to choose from. Two engine types were offered – the I-6 and the much more powerful V-8 engines.
Under the 1965 Mustang banner, you will be able to find a variety of cars like the Mustang Coupe with the I-6 engine, Mustang Coupe with V-8 engine, Convertible with I-6 or V-8 engines, Fastback with I-6 and V-8 engine, and the GT-350 Fastback. Including the GT-350 Fastback, more than 681,551 cars were produced in the year 1965.
A number of changes were put into effect in the latter part of the year 1965. 1965 Mustangs from this time are known as the “late 65’s”. A new AC alternator replaced all the DC electrical generators and many more personalization options were offered to buyers. A 1965 Mustang for sale today may boast of V-8 engine, disc brakes, and grille-mounted fog-lamps, depending on which type it is.