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Ford Mustang G.t. 350 on 2040-cars

US $18,000.00
Year:1965 Mileage:5000 Color: White

Eustis, Florida, United States

Eustis, Florida, United States

WOW up for auction on E-Bay for the first time ever. This is a 1965 c code fastback that started life as a 95 % rust free car. Of course we took care of the few things correct. First we stripped this car down to raw steal and used epoxy prime k-200 fill primer and deltron base coat and concept 2000 clear. This car was restored apx. 5 years ago and has been garaged ever sense but has been a driving car not a trailer queen for the 5000 miles that are on the restoration there for it has a little where but shows very well with no noticeable issues at all. We at palm Beach Mustangs built this car from scratch and put a lot of pride into it. This is NOT A Shelby clone but A Shelby inspired car as to say we took what we liked and improved on that. For instance : The roll bar system. Not even close to shelby but he would be proud. We not only put the main hoop in but also put the rear bars custom made so that they go through the rear area and into the trunk into the frame for real support and so the rear seat area will fold up and down if you chose to put rear seat back in. Spent days on it. Many many features are custom made and too much to list. Ill list many things but may leave out a lot things so any questions you may have please ask. So the list below is a general basic list that could be added to daily if i were to think about it so ask if not mentioned. Added Body Parts: Correct Vacuumed molded fiberglass over steal Shelby Hood. R Model fiberglass front bumper delete front valance. Correct shelby side scoops installed better then most with true rear disc brake cooler tubes installed. Stainless steel hood pins. Correct grill with mustang coral removed and running horse installed. Correct matching grill in lower valance to protect the radiator. Deleted all mustang emblems as per shelby did. Correct Shelby GT 350 side stripes. Shelby style side mirrors. Shelby rear tail light panel GT350 emblem. Side view side windows as per 65 Shelby's. 1966 GT350 fuel cap.Interior Upgrades besides being new. Custom Scat procar seats with the cobra emblem engraved also real leather. Woodgrain Shelby steering wheel. All Manuel Instrumentation in dash. Custom made rear seat delete with hinged vertical piece to have access to area. Custom roll bar made to miss the rear seat if installed and goes through to the trunk and mounted to the rear frame with a cross bar from side to side to protect tank. Hidden well and a safe thing to do.Simpson shoulder harness. Hidden radio in glove box. All heater box/firewall blankets/bolts/cables/chrome/bushings/everything under dash gone through and everything works as it should.Suspension Upgrades besides everything being new:Shelby lowered 1 inch a frame locations as per shelby. Adco 1 5/8 front sway bar. Orig. front 4 piston calipers with upgraded pads. Cross drilled and slotted front rotors. 1 inch lowered front springs. All new control valve/hoses etc. Custom made subframe connectors with frame stiffeners. Custom install of a Ladder bar system with adj. alum. coil overs custom made for this car at Chassis Engineering. Deleting the old leaf springs. Installed by US. Custom made narrowed 9 inch rear end with 31 spline big bearings and a 411 traction lock rear. Narrowed rear but no tubbing to the car moved in within 1/4 inch of inner tub to get fatest tire in orig. tub. Pan had bar. Rear disc brakes.Drive train besides all being new: 1965 289 331 stroked with mid cam to be strong but dependable. Bored 30 over with edelbrock Alum. heads. Hydraulic cam. Roller rockers. Shelby 8 quart oil pan. High volume high pressure oil pump. Msd distributor Msd 6-l box. Msd wires. Shelby style valve covers. Demon 6 PACK carb. system with progressive linkage. All A N fittings on custom made fuel system. Custom made heater/ac./fuel lines. Electric fuel pump with hidden cut off switch. Headers bigger tube then Shelby's. 5 speed T 5 transmission with custom flywheel. Cable driven clutch. Custom made old hurst style shift arm with correct shift pattern in ball. Lots of custom chrome plating on hedges etc. Lots of polishing on all the orig. alum. Custo chrome steering pump. Custom serpentine belt system. Custom cared for on all aspects of build. 2 1/2 inch side exiting side exhaust. Their is so much more to mention as the list goes on and on.This car was built to please and Shelby inspired not to duplicate a Shelby but to build a Car with lots of upgrades and options. This car drives great and will not disappoint. We have been building Shelby's/boss/Mach's/stang's and restomods mustangs ONLY of over 30 years and put our heart into this build. If you have a project you might need help with or a custom build in mind we do that to just ask. Any questions Please ask.

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Tue, 26 Mar 2013 17:31:00 EST

The Ford Mustang turns 50 years old this year, and this is the logo that will announce the milestone occasion on a special line of merchandise. The graphic is the result of an internal design competition, and Ford will give 50 different companies the license to use it on traditional logo merchandise like shirts and watches, along with some untraditional items like pinball machines.
Ford is going to begin the celebrations at this week's New York Auto Show and continue them throughout the year, but April 17 is the official birthday of the the pony car that just won't quit. You can expect to start seeing anniversary merchandise in the next couple of weeks.

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