1965 Ford Mustang

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1965 Ford Mustang fastback 2+2. Factory C code car. 91k Original miles. This car has one multiple car shows. Several years have gone into the restoration and preservation of this car. Less than 3,000 miles on the car since its restoration. This car is as original as you will every find... Factory A/C and power brakes. The A/C  belt is currently unhooked. I assume the A/C system needs to be recharged only.  Completely original and numbers matching low mile survivor. Numbers matching 289 2V motor, C-4 automatic transmission, 280:1 rear end, Motor Craft carburetor, ect. 385 262 7820

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I like it! 
Where is the car located?  (a huge deal to a potential buyer)

Is there any rust underneath? Floor pans, trunk, etc?

How much are you asking?


Nice styled steel wheels. Remote control rear view mirror.


You confuse people by saying "restoration", "completely original" and "survivor" in the same ad, they're not the same thing at all.....and the obvious dual exhaust shows the car is not "completely original".   Don't get me wrong, looks like a nice car, I've owned quite a few 65/66 Mustangs including 10 or so fastbacks, just asking the questions!

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On 6/12/2018 at 12:16 PM, huptoy said:

Area code 385 is the Salt Lake area.


With mobile phone numbers being transportable it won't be long before we can never tell where somebody is calling home.


I looks like a very nice car, but he is wasting people's time by not posting the price.

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Very good looking car! I always liked those fast back Mustangs.


It would make better viewing for your customers if you put the sun to your back when shooting. Also, just after dawn and before dusk give a soft, some say magic, light for outdoor photography.

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