1965 Ford Mustan 302 

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FEATURES INCLUDE:


302 c.i. 4bbl. V8 / 320+HP - balanced & blueprinted high performance build /
Bored 4.0302 % Balanced 
TRW High Performance Cam Shaft

Custom CNC cast iron heads port-matched / Holley 4bbl. carburetor / 
Ceramic Coated Headers / Polished Aluminum Intake / TRW High Performance Engine Parts/
Hydraulic Roller Rockers/ Comp Cam Performance Cam

Borg-Warner Tremec T-5 5-Speed Manual Transmission & Hurst Shifter

8" Ford Rear End & Auburn Limited Slip Differential

Custom Dual Exhaust - High Performance Jet Hot Ceramic Coated Headers / 
Borla Racing Mufflers Jet Hot Ceramic Coated / Exhaust Pipes Jet Hot Ceramic Coated / Chromed Tips

4-Wheel Power Disc Brakes  - Custom Electric Power Master Cylinder with Motor & Accumulator

Power Rack & Pinion Steering System - March Billet Reservoir & Braided Steel Hoses

Tilt Steering Column - Polished / Custom Wood 3-Spoke Steering Wheel

Custom Suspension - Coil Over Springs & Shocks in Front / Heavy Duty Rear Leaf Springs / Chromed Traction Bars

High Performance Aluminum Radiator

Optima Battery - Trunk Mounted in Box / Custom Cover

Full Instrument Cluster with Real Mahogany Stained Wood Instrument Bezel, Floor Console, & Glove Box

Pony Interior - Complete Pony Upholstery in Parchment, including the door panels

Dynamat Sound Deadening Applied to all interior floor, trunk, and inside of doors

Factory AM Radio has been converted to AM/FM with Backlit Screen / 
Custom Sony 10-Disc CD Changer Trunk Mounted & Remote / Custom Kick panel Speakers & Rear Speakers

Tony Branda Performance Shelby Fiberglass Hood / Air Scoop / Tachometer

Remote Driver's Mirror

15-Inch Custom Pony Torque-Thrusts & Goodyear Assurance All-Season Radials @ 205/60R15 x 4

Complete Rotisserie Body Strip to Bare Metal & Painted By Professional Restoration Shop


Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this outstanding nut & bolt rotisserie restored 1965 Ford Mustang. This car is a show quality street machine inside, outside, and underneath. It is built with 100s of hours invested both in design and execution. Virtually every nut & bolt is either stainless, plated, or chromed for looks and rust prevention. Power is courtesy of a balanced and blueprinted 302 cubic inch V8 paired with a Tremec 5-Speed.The exterior is finished in Victory Red. The paint and body are excellent. This car showcases a complete rotisserie restoration, stripped to bare metal. The engine compartment has been built to show quality, as has the rest of this Mustang. A Shelby Fiberglass Hood & Tachometer were fitted on the car. The undercarriage is show quality & features modern suspension upgrades such as coil-over shocks & springs up front as well as powder-coated and chromed components throughout. You'll find stainless steel braided lines, coated fasteners, and shiny Victory red paint throughout.This underbody is outstanding. Special welded sub frame connectors reinforce the entire unibody. The interior showcases the same quality as the rest of this high class classic Mustang. Complete Parchment Pony upholstery is paired with real Mahogany Stained Wood accents. Always in good company, this Mustang is proudly displayed at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom. We are open 6 days out of each week. Walk-in visitors and inspections by appointment are welcomed and encouraged. This beautiful Mustang rides on vintage look American Racing Torque Thrust wheels & Mustang centers. These 15-Inch wheels are wrapped in Goodyear Assurance radials sized at 205/60 R15 on each corner. Braking duties are handled with authority thanks to the 4-wheel disc brakes with an electric power master cylinder with motor and accumulator. The engine compartment is a work of art. Power is courtesy of this balanced and blueprinted 302 cubic inch V8 conservatively rated at 320 horsepower. This engine has been fitted with custom CNC ported cast iron heads matched to the intake & exhaust. Induction is courtesy of a tuned Holley 4-barrel carburetor atop a polished aluminum intake. Spent exhaust fumes vacate through a custom full-ceramic coated dual exhaust system. Custom built 2-inch pipes are affixed to high performance headers & Borla racing mufflers. Detail is paramount with this car. The electrical wiring and ignition coil is hidden in the inner fender. You'll find polished aluminum and chromed components throughout. The fender bolts are polished. The strut tower braces are chromed. The firewall and inner fenders gleam in Victory red. This is a beautiful Mustang. The detail carries to the interior. The dash features green illuminated Ford instrumentation surrounded by a Stained Mahogany Wood Bezel. This Mustang has a very unique sound system. The factory AM radio has been gutted and equipped with AM/FM internals & a backlit screen. Six special speakers are incorporated. There are two on top of the dash, two in the front kick panels, and two in the rear window tray. The 10-disc CD changer is mounted in the trunk and remote operated.During the extensive restoration, full Dyna-Mat insulation was applied throughout the interior and trunk. The trunk also carries its correct matting and tool bag. An Optima battery has been mounted there along with a Sony 10-disc CD changer. The center console showcases Mahogany wood detail and lighting. The aluminum topped shifter glides through the stout Tremec 5-speed manual transmission with authority. The Shelby Fiberglass hood is complete with the functional tachometer.Detail carries over to the undercarriage. The 8-Inch Ford Rear end houses an Auburn limited slip differential. Look at the detail on this car closely. Every single piece has been meticulously installed and crafted, this is a great piece to ad to your collection, take to any show , have in your garage or make it your daily driver.

The body of this great 65 Mustang was treated to a complete rotisserie restoration. Both upper and lower body had extra paint and clear applied so both could be color sanded down to a high quality finish. The restoration was completed about years ago.

 

 

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