West Coast Classics are proud to present a great daily driving and very striking example of this 1965 Ford Mustang 'C' code 289 V8 Convertible in original 'Raven Black' factory color paint with a matching original 'Black' vinyl trim interior and a new 'White' power soft top with the 289 V8 engine featuring a mild cam, original C4 automatic transmission, power steering and air conditioning.
It boasts it's original 'Raven Black' (A code) color paint with a 'Black Crinkle Vinyl' (26 trim code) standard interior and was built with the C4 automatic transmission and a 4.11:1 axle. The Arizona title shows the car to have 62,960 'actual' miles as of 12/16/2020 and the odometer now reads some 62,977 miles.
Ford's biggest success of the sixties and the originator of the 'Pony car' concept was essentially a sporty compact car but with a now legendary long hood and short deck proportions, built on Falcon and Fairlane chassis and drive-train components, the Ford Mustang was introduced in April 1964 as '65 models and within a year became the fastest selling car of all time; with these early production cars now carrying special favor! The upgraded V8 from the Falcon six cylinder engine was the 260 c.i. V8 produced on the same assembly line with other 1964 Fords, the early models were titled as 1965 models although they were actually from the 1964 production era. After September 1964 the 260 V8 was dropped in favor of the larger 289 V8 like this particular car.