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For example, it was born a Poppy Red car, but this was upgraded to Ford’s Rangoon Red because it’s a shade bolder. You can see there was a solid investment all-around with a nice shine on the chrome bumpers and doors that close with ease. There’s a nice GT look with the fog lights.
And while the blue block and even Ford hoses give this a very stock style, this one has been subtly upgraded in all the best ways. For starters, this is powered by a 302 cubic-inch V8 that was only available later in the Mustang’s life. It inhales deeper with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with a nice authority out of a newer dual exhaust w/Flowmasters.
This 1965 Ford Mustang 2+2 is an in-demand car for being a first-year fastback. And since it has the look of the sportiest pony, this one was upgraded to be an even better all-around sports car with stunning paint, an A/C interior, five-speed stick, four-wheel disc brakes, and a strong V8 heart. The fastback is the one we all want when looking for a performance pony, and this one really plays that part correctly.