5-speed manual floor-mounted transmission
EUR 21,100JPY 2,588,970BGN 41,267CZK 569,278DKK 157,001GBP 19,329HUF 7,660,988PLN 94,606RON 102,546SEK 219,556CHF 22,706ISK 3,409,760NOK 229,652HRK 159,121RUB 1,898,631TRY 189,288AUD 34,266BRL 135,593CAD 32,924CNY 168,783HKD 192,746IDR 367,920,700ILS 85,615INR 1,829,264KRW 28,966,924MXN 534,136MYR 102,529NZD 37,115PHP 1,205,696SGD 33,817THB 776,965ZAR 416,548
Offered for: EUR 21,100
1965 Ford Mustang V8
Wonderful early production model in desirable red over a black leather interior. The car has a five-speed manual floor-mounted transmission and the factory 4.3-liter V8 engine. The car is undergoing a comprehensive restoration both cosmetically and mechanically, including an engine rebuild.
VIN Number: 614902
Odometer Reading: 94000 kilometers
Engine: Factory 4.3-liter V8
Transmission: 5-speed manual floor-mounted transmission
Production Date: March 18, 1965
History of the 1964-65 Ford Mustang
Lee Iacocca is credited with creating the Mustang and started to sell his idea to Ford execs in September 1962. There were, of course, many others involved in creating the Mustang, but he seems to get the accolades. The car was designed to break through the boring barriers of conservative design and appeal to the many young buyers who were now flooding the marketplace for a new car.
The first Mustang rolled off the assembly line on March 9, 1964, and it made its national debut on April 17. With a list price of $2,368, by the weekend, 22,000 cars were ordered, and some 303,408 were built that first year. Through 1966, Ford sold more than 1.4 million of them. There were up to 70 options available. Initially offered only in hardtop and convertible models, a new model was introduced in September 1964, the Fastback 2 + 2, which debuted as one of the three 1965 models.
In 1964, the standard engine was the 170-cu.in. straight-six with 101hp and had an 8.7:1 compression ratio. There were three optional V-8s beginning with the 164hp/260-cu.in. engine and a 210hp/289-cu.in. V-8.
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