1965 Ford Mustang
I'd drive that 0
Horsepower: 650 HP
Suspension & Drivetrain Mods:
Ride Status: Currently Own
How did you acquire your ride?
Seen an ad on-line. Traded my '88 Mustang convertible & some cash to have her enclosed trailered down from Illinois to North Carolina.
What drew you to it when you bought it?
I was looking for a '69 Mach I and ran across the customized '65. Everything you wanted in a Mustang.
What do you feel like when you drive it?
She's a One-of-a-kind & everyone knows it...when they see it. They might not remember me...but, they will always remember Her!
What would you change about your car, if anything?
There's not a whole lot that one could change.
What is your dream accessory for it and why?
Extended hood props...to hold the hood above the engine.
Any other general ride info to share?
Engine: 302 Cu. In. Blower motor w/Littlefield 6-71 Supercharger
Dual Holley 4150 Blower carbs, 8.5:1 compression, Steel crank,
H beam rods, JE forged 8.5:1 pistons, Comp Cams 660/660 hydraulic roller cam
Stainless steel valves, Mallory Unilite distributor, Mallory coil, Hi torque starter,
Exterior: Shaved door handles. No side windows. No top, Enderle style bug catcher scoop,
Front spoiler & Tall adjustable rear wing, & Removable fiberglass cowl hood
Interior: 3R high back racing bucket seats w/4pt harness, Full set of VDO gauges custom fit
& Tachometer/clock in custom pod
Exhaust: Dual Side exit exhaust with X pipe
Custom: Tonneau with Dual Mini hooped roll bars behind each seat
Modifications: Billet front grille & Shelby style tail lights
Paint: Body was completely stripped to bare metal and refinished in Grabber Blue base
coat/clear coat, Silver accent stripes, Black GT/R rocker panel stripes
Suspension: Subframe ties, Gabriel gas shocks & Heavy duty springs
Drivetrain: Top loader four speed, Lakewood scatter shield, Heavy duty clutch,
Nine inch differential w/ 3.50 gears
Wheels/Tires: Centerline wheels all around, Firestone Firehawk Indy 500 radial tires-
P205/70R14 on the front and massive P295/50R15 on the rear
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