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1965 Mustang 2+2 Fastback Restoration (oct.13 1964)
Restoration of Jody's first car. He bought it when he was 14 from the
original owner. We restored it to original except the side mirrors and
shift knob which the car had when he bought it all those years ago. This is
an A code, 289 4 barrel, 4spd, Disc brake, A.C. from the factory, a GT
package before they called it a GT. Built Oct 13 1964, fastbacks did not
start production until Sept 64.
1967 Mustang Fastback Restoration
Stopped working on this Fastback project when my youngest was born in 2007.
Time ( and Brenn starting school) is finally allowing me to get back to
work. This is a slide of the work done between the end of 2005 thru 2007.
It's now much father along, and I look forward to showing the next slide
1965 Ford Mustang Fastback GT ProTouring Badass-Test Drive - Viva Las Vegas Autos
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1965 Ford Mustang
Pro-Touring Fastback GT
Complete Ground-Up Restoration • HID Headlights
Brand New Steering, Suspension, Brakes and New Wiring
SSBC Power Front Disc Brakes • New Air Conditioning • 17-Inch Shelby
306 Cubic Inch Ford Racing Crate Engine • Automatic Transmission
Full Leather Interior with Scat Procar Bucket Seats • Power Steering
1965 Ford Mustang A-Code
Showing on Odometer: 1,379 (exempt)
Engine: 306 cubic inch Ford Racing crate engine
Transmission: 3-Speed Automatic (C-4)
Exterior: Black Metaliic
Interior: Black, Full Custom Leather
Over 151 high resolution pictures below.
306 Cubic Inch Ford Racing Crate Engine
340 horsepower @
5,500/350 ft-lbs. torque @ 4,200 RPM
Performance Built 3-Speed Automatic
Cast Iron Block/Aluminum Heads
Forged Mahle Pistons/Forged Rods
Full Roller Cam/Valve Train (.498 lift)
Edelbrock Thunder AVS 650 CFM 4-Barrel Carburetor
Edelbrock RPM Air Gap Aluminum Intake Manifold
MSD Electronic Ignition/Pro-Billet Distributor/Blaster 2 Coil
Ford Racing Aluminum Valve Covers
Edelbrock Open Element Air Filter
Doug Thorley Tri-Y Headers
Magnaflow Exhaust System with X-Pipe
BeCool Aluminum Radiator with Electric Fan (puller)
Serpentine Belt Driven Accessories
New Brake System (complete)
SSBC Power Front Disc Brakes with Slotted/Drilled Rotors
New Steering and Suspension with Poly Bushings (complete)
Front (coil) and Rear (leaf) Lowering Springs
New/Larger Front and Rear Sway Bars/Links
Gas Adjust Shocks
New Wiring Harness/Fuse Block
Dakota Digital VHX Cluster
(modern serpentine belt drive compressor operating through original under
Full Leather Interior
Scat Procar Bucket Seats
Leather Wrapped Original Steering Wheel
Kick Panel Speaker Enclosures
Xenon HID Headlights
LED Front Park and Tail Lights
Shelby Fiberglass Hood with Open Scoop
302 Front Fender Badges
All New Brake/Fuel Lines Vacuum Hoses with Rubber Isolated
Billet Cast Auxiliary Vacuum Pump
Ford Racing Mini Starter
Optima Red Top Battery
Chrome Transmission Pan
AM/FM Stereo with USB and Auxiliary Connection
First Aid Kit
American Racing Shelby Aluminum Wheels with Spinners (17x7 front/17x8
Nexen N5000 Steel Belted Radials 215/4517 (front) 235/4517 (rear)
Standard and Optional Equipment
GT Grille Bar/Fog Lights
Thru-Valance Rear Exhaust Exit
Folding Rear Seat/Pass-Thru
Padded Dash and Sun Visors
Right and Left Hand Outside Mirrors
4-Way Emergency Flashers
Full Size Spare on Steel Wheel
16-Gallon Fuel Tank
1967 Mustang Project
My friend Larry at B Rod or Custom is building a very cool Mustang for a client..it is a work in
progress...but is going to be very cool...ck it out!!
1967 Ford Mustang Coupe Classic Muscle Car for Sale in MI Vanguard Motor Sales
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Pony car fans, have we got a cool 'Stang for you! Frame off restored, dark
blue metallic paint with white racing stripes, a fresh 289 crate motor and
NICE hardware throughout, this car drives as well as it looks!! These cars
are simply timeless. Short of the Corvette, NO mid 60's profile is more
This Arizona car was originally a six cylinder with four lug wheels, until
it was purchased by three friends who brought it up to Michigan and
restored it. The three year frame off restoration was just recently
completed, and everything is new or refurbished. It now has a brand new
crate 289, five lug wheels and a brand new Roush paint job. We are
frequently asked if a car is roadworthy and checked out...I don't think
there's any doubt about this one!
Check out the flawless paint on this Pony! That's 2011 Roush deep blue with
three levels of metallic flakes. The white stripes were just added, and
clear coated over. The paint is just stunning. The driving lights grille,
chrome bumpers on both ends and spoiler are clean, as are the badges and
trim pieces. Magnum 500 wheels and BF Goodrich Radial T/A's (2-05-60-15
front, 2-55-60-15 rear) sit at all four corners. The car's a heap of fun to
admire, but get behind the wheel for what really counts!
Look underneath, where a lot of time and money were spent. Bolted to the
289 is a C4 automatic transmission, a solid driveshaft and a bulletproof,
open Ford 8" rear end. You'll find new bushings in front and out back. The
frame is solid, rust free and painted in a nice coat of flat black paint.
Exhaust gases flow into the dual
aluminized Exhaust system with new
mufflers and chrome Exhaust tips. Out
back there is a new gas tank, new shocks and rebuilt springs. The drop down
panels and rockers are solid and rust free. The pinch welds are clean and
stamped part numbers are visible. The floorboards are painted in a
beautiful coat of flat black paint, and aside from one superbly done small
patch on the driver side, they are without flaw. Both front and rear drum
brakes have fresh brake lines and new wheel cylinders. Nothing flashy,
nothing silly...just well engineered, quality components are under here!
Pop the hood -- a ton of time and care went in here, too. You'll find a
brand new, beautifully painted Ford Blue, 289 crate motor with a Motorcraft
2 barrel carb with a choke and factory intake. The chrome air cleaner and
valve covers are from Ford Motorsport. The radiator is new, and the starter
and alternator have been freshly rebuilt. The master cylinder is new and
the solenoid is new. Everything from the hood hinges and the underside of
the hood, to the shock towers and core support has a very nice paint job.
You can even see the numbers stamped on the inner fenders. The combination
runs well, and it looks great, too!
Inside, you'll find a comfortable place to spend some decent miles. You're
holding on to a very cool, new wood and polished aluminum steering wheel
and staring over a new dash with new gauges. New carpet and a new headliner
surround you, and a rare bench seat with fold down armrest and new seat
covers sit underneath you. This is one comfortable and clean Pony! An AM/FM
cassette player is responsible for the tunes. Ready for a road trip?
We just had a 442 very similar to this: Black, built drivetrain, clean
cosmetics and a no-nonsense, drive anywhere demeanor. It lasted a whole
FOUR DAYS before it found a new home. Don't get caught out on this one --
there's no end to the line of people wanting a proven street brawler with
looks like this one! 7 Days a week 248-974-9513
Smoking HOT Mustang Girl / Wife, Oh yes blinkers too 1971 Mustang Fastback - Day 215 - Part 3
Day 216 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gweQP_04T8I
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This 71 Mustang Fastback is
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1966 Ford Mustang Coupe V-8 "SOLD" Drager's International Classic Sales 206-533-9600
Almost a one owner. A women bought this Mustang and died 30 days later. John
bought the Mustang and has
owned it 46 years he is now 82 years old. now that is a long time to own a
Mustang. I just missed a
white coupe by an hour that was a one owner so they are out there. This one
has 69,026 miles. It is set up with a 289 V-8 engine and automatic
transmission. Power front disc brakes. Power steering. Manual top with
glass rear window. It was repainted and some rust repair was done but not
much. Paint looks great but you will find things in the paint on very close
inspection. The carpets are new but the seats are original and look very
good. I just bought it and drove it home about 50 miles and then my wife
and I took it to diner. Fun to drive a good car. Old School Garage did the
service and safety check so it's ready to go. Make sure you watch the video
as we go over the Mustang
very thoroughly for you. Cond. #3+.
Drager's International Classic Sales
18805 Aurora Ave. N. Seattle WA 98133
206-533-9600 Fax 206-542-0171
Drager's believes that it is very important to personally inspect the
vehicle you are interested in. If you cannot inspect it yourself you
should hire an inspector. Here are two very knowledgeable old car
appraisers you can contact.
John Kincl (360) 895-1766 and/or
Lance Lambert (206) 362-2530
We use Concours Transport. We have worked with Fred for many years and he
will do a great job for you. Check out his web page.
2078 Ponticello DR.
Henderson NV 89052
The State of Washington says we can charge a negotiable documentary service
fee of up to $150.00. This documentary service fee covers costs such as
trip permits and FedEx costs. We charge a $50.00 documentary service fee
for instate and $100.00 documentary service fee for out of state sales on
top of the selling price.
We sell all of our vehicles AS IS, NO WARRANTY. We check them over,
we do a report card and we grade and decode each vehicle. We have them
serviced and safety checked. We try very hard to tell you everything that
we know. We give you lots of photos and video so you can see the vehicles
very well. We have been in classic sales for more than 30 years.
Jeri Drager 206-533-9600 Andrew Drager 206-459-3403