1965 Ford Mustang
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Just finished a rotisserieand#44; ground up restoration by Mustang of Chicago at a cost of $62and#44;000. Completely restored cosmetically and mechanically front to back. Done as a tribute to a Shelby GT-350 of which only 4 convertibles were were made. The 289 engine was gone through and has a little bit hotter camand#44; Edelbrock intake and Holley 4-barrel carburetor. Has headers with custom flowmaster exhaust. Rebuilt transand#44; suspensionand#44; upgraded power disc brakes. Everything is new- wiringand#44; gas tankand#44; alternaterand#44; starterand#44; power steering systemand#44; cablesand#44; linesand#44; hosesand#44; shocks etc. New Pirelli tires on correct Shelby reproduction wheels. All metal body and floors. Gorgeous fit and finish. Paint is like glass and panel fit is excellent. All new chromeand#44; weatherstripsand#44; window seals and windshield. Brand new convertible top and boot. Underside is detailedand#44; suspension is spotless. Interior is completely restored including new upholsteryand#44; cushionsand#44; door panelsand#44; steering wheeland#44; handles etc. Complete dash area is restored. Has retro stereo and Shelby roll bar. Trunk compartment has jack and spare. Motor compartment is detailed like a model car. Dressed up with Cobra finned aluminum valve covers and air cleaner. A real Shelby that looks just like this car car is going up for auction and has estimated value of $1and#44;000and#44;000. Like new 65 Mustang with some sex appeal!</p> <p>Power steering<br /> Power disc brakes<br /> Power top<br /> Shelby wheels<br /> Shelby roll bar<br /> Shelby scoops<br /> Bullet mirrors<br /> Retro stereo<br /> Floor mats<br /> Seat belts<br /> GT exhaust
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