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- Rangoon Red
- Seller: streetsideatl
- Phone: 877-367-1835
Everyone loves a first-year 1965 Ford Mustang convertible. But when you can find one with its correct and well-coordinated factory colors, and it's highly authentic, then this pony car is a true standout classic.
Red is always a desirable color on a Mustang. And it only gets better with a sunshine-friendly convertible that has a good gloss that's ready for a sunny Sunday drive. But even when the weather is less than ideal, the white folding roof is a newer piece done in a handsome and vibrant white. So this one even has the all-American look of a Coca-Cola bottle with the roof up. Plus, this has all the other iconic pieces you love, like bright wraparound bumpers, distinct Mustang badging, factory-style wheel covers, and whitewall tires.
Because the red and white look is so distinctive on the outside, you also get it on the inside. It makes for an attractive convertible no matter if the top is up or down. And the trim tag tells us this one was born this way! It's a good look as the red intersects the crisp white on the carpeting, seat belts, and smooth dash. This one was done to feel like a true classic, right down to the details. That's why you have a working AM radio, bright three-spoke sports steering wheel, proper heat/defrost sliders, and even the full-size spare in the trunk looks like a factory piece. So while drop-tops are all about having striking interiors, this one is especially going to impress vintage car fans.
Under the hood, the bright block and air topper really make sure people see that you have the unmistakable look of Ford's 200 cubic-inch inline six. It seems quite appropriate for this car, because it was not only born a T-code coupe, but also it fits with this Mustang's factory-style theme. This is even an era-correct block. There looks to have been a good investment in the fundamentals, including the distributor, plug wire, fuel pump, and more. It makes for a good and strong powerhouse. The smooth nature of the inline-six is nicely paired with the control you get from the three-speed manual transmission.
Complete with owner's manual, you're looking at a desirable Mustang convertible that loves showing off its vintage flair. So if you love a true classic that's a true joy to drive, call today!