1965 Ford Mustang
Remember what it used to be like to drive a sports car free from the confines of modern technology? Remember when it actually felt like you were driving? Free yourself from the confines of traction control, stability control, mushy power steering and that annoying voice on your navigation system.
Rotisserie restored to the highest standards, this 1965 Mustang Fastback is a driver's car, with a clean, mean, road race look that just doesn't stop. The hand rubbed exterior is void of all stripes, stickers or anything else that may distract you from the beautiful lines of this beast. If sterile is the name of the game, then this car is the reigning champ and your Bimmer with the iDrive system is the loser crying in the corner. Don't miss the gorgeous bright red undercarriage and the super clean trunk with the race fuel cell. Nice accent pieces include custom made billet tail lights and a trick billet gas cap.
Now for the important details... Introducing a rip roaring 289 motor complete with Hilborn EFI. It's a beautiful site to see and even better to drive. The motor is incredibly responsive and a total terror, which is what we believe you are looking for. It's attached to real time data logger and the computer is set up for ease of tuning. The transmission is a race prepped T-10 transmission and the rear end is a beefy Ford 9" with a LSD.
Providing tight handling characteristics is a tubular A-arm front suspension with adjustable shocks and a thick sway bar. The wheel wells were rolled during the build to provide enough space for the BFG tires without the typical rubbing. Put on the brakes and this racer screeches to a halt via the Wilwood disc brakes on all four corners and a dual master cylinder set up. The unibody has been braced from the under side with a tubular support system that keeps the car rock solid through the twisties and under hard acceleration.
With every component either being new or NOS, it's hard to deny the value in a car with over 120k invested being offered for less than half the original investment.