Join Date: Aug 2005
Location: Los Angeles, CA
1965 Ford Mustang 2+2 fastback GT350 clone - $17500 in SoCal 90066
I used to be an active member of the forum here back in the 2001-2005 time frame. I have have this car for over 9 years. I don't really need the money, but I just don't drive the car anymore and would like to see it go to a good home. This car is a great driver, it was my daily driver and only car for the first 4-5 years I had it. It has never left me stranded. I have put of selling it for awhile, and had it parked inside my garage, only driving it occasionally for the last year or so. I recently moved and I have room for it, but I need to focus on some other things in my life right now.
This car looks and sounds awesome. It gets looks where ever it goes.
Late model 5.0L 302 cubic inch V8
Ford GT40 iron heads with upgraded springs and retainers
Stock 5.0 Mustang H.O. roller cam, retarded 4 degrees
Crane Cams 1.7:1 aluminum roller rockers
Edelbrock 600 CFM carb with manual choke
Edelbrock Performer RPM Intake Manifold
7 quart oil pan
Pertronix Ignitor ignition and coil
Full Length Headers
Dual Exhaust with Flowmaster Mufflers and H-pipe
130 Amp 3G alternator
4 row radiator
Serpentine belt and pulleys (reverse rotation water pump)
Thermostatically controlled electric Fan
World Class T5 5-speed (1989)
B&M Ripper shifter with custom handle
Z-bar clutch linkage w/ late model T5 bellhousing
RAM HD clutch and pressure plate
Ford Motorsport cast iron flywheel
9" rear end with 3.70:1 gears and limited slip
Weld Draglite 15" aluminum rims
Front: BF Goodrich Euro T/A 225/50H R15 on 15x7 3.5" backspacing
Rear: BF Goodrich Euro T/A 265/50H R15 on 15x8 4.5" backspacing
KYB Gas-A-Just Shocks all around
Front sway bar
lowering springs up front
Mustangs Plus mid-eye HD 4 leaf rear springs
Granada front disc brakes (11" rotors)
Stock 10" rear drum brakes
Hood is crinkled from a fly-up. I have fiberglass hood for it.
There are a few dings in the paint.
The rear bumper has a dent in it.
The front seats both have a tear in a seam.
Speedometer quit working, but I have a spare (it's probably the cable anyways)
radiator has a small leak in the neck-- can be re-soldered
radio not hooked up (no speakers)
might need a battery
It comes with a bunch of spare extra parts if wanted/needed.
Fiberglass GT350 hood (primered)
fiberglass front valence with chin spoiler (already painted)
66 instrument cluster (can be converted to 65 GT with a new bezel)
shelby style under-rider traction bars
rear sway bar
Cobra/GT40 EFI intake manifold, throttle body, injectors, wiring, valve covers
EDIS (distributorless) parts
5.0 bell housing with "pull" fork (the one on the car is a 5.0 bell modified for a toploader z-bar "push" clutch fork) I was going to go hydraulic.
misc spares like motor mounts, alternator, shifter, parking lights, mechanical fan
If you are still reading and are interested, shoot me an email. I would really prefer to sell this car to someone who knows something about Fords. I learned a ton over the last 9 years owning this car. No low-ball offers will be entertained.
more pics here:
picasaweb dot google dot com/tjlavery/Mustang
I'm located in So. Cal. 90066
email me at wowmustang at hotmail dot com