1965 Mustang Coupe with Pony Interior
San Jose manufactured with 2 Barrel Carb 289 V8 "C" code Engine
First sold in Phoenix Arizona as indicated on the code, the car was relocated to Southern California at some point in its life. The car has never seen snow or road salt and has original unmolested floorpans, quarter panels, rocker panels etc. The car retains it's original equipment 289 V8 engine and automatic transmission as indicated on the data plate code. The 2:80 rear axle gears have been changed to 3:00 ( which was a factory offered ratio) for some more get up and go.
The car is a 65B code original Ford factory Pony Interior in Palomino ( light tan) color. Only 5% of all 1965 Mustangs were ordered with the Pony Interior package making this an attractive and rare example. The Pony Interior package included these extra's:
This 1965 Mustang was sold by Mustang Dreams and sent to Australia. For references from others who have gotten cars from us go here. We locate and inspect Mustangs and can help arrange trucking or overseas shipping .
Pony Interior car w/ faux wood grain accents
Detailed engine bay with correct Ford Gold valve covers & air cleaner. New radiator, water-pump, fresh hoses, belts, points, plugs.
of an original 1965 Mustang with the correct steering wheel , wheel covers,
Not someone's strange idea with odd after market equipment . The car was recently used in a movie shoot in Malibu, California.
Hank Bedfords production of "Down South" diner scence.
Lee Ryder ( behind wheel) , as James Earl Ray talks with director Hank Bedford.
On the set in Malibu, California.
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