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65 Coupe 289 4spd, all original car, project, yet rust free!

Car has one hold of rust in the door, which is easily fixable, otherwise there is not a single rust spot in this car. It's a factory 289 4spd. The 289 was freshened up and has a very healthy cam, 650 carb, edelbrock intake, new water pump, new bearings etc. The 4spd is the original one for the car, has a old school new school hurst shifter with that comes with it. The seats were recovered a couple years ago and look like brand new. The cowl panel has 0 rust as does the rest of the car. New shocks, new chrome, new doors new handles, new locks, new bumpers, new bumper brackets. Tons of new parts come with this car, but it still retains the factory motor, 4spd, rear end, and the rest of all the cars. It was taken down and sand blasted, and coated with PPG urethane primer. The only thing the car doesnt have, is headliner, carpet, windshield, and a front right fender. Otherwise a little bit of body work and some paint on all of the original panels, and you'd have a very original, nicely restored 65 coupe! We have 4 other mustangs and ford hotrods at the moment and just don't have the time for it. We were planning on making it a restomod but decided against it because it's so original. Were asking 7k but will take 6500 cash if your serious. Thanks








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The last picture I posted below is the ONLY rust hole on the entire car, straight up. The cars completely solid. The doors open and close like new, and theres many other new parts and many other boxes stacked away with hardware labeled and parts put away. The wiring harnesses are all intacked and not cut up one bit. This car's worth a great deal of money when finished, the only two bad spots body wise are the quarters, which the right rear was replaced by some owner somewhere. Any questions you can email me, [email protected]. Thanks,

Steven

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