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'65 Fastback Mustang Monthly March 2013 NorCal Forum
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Hmmmn. I know you couldn't get a K-code in '65 with A/C...don't think you could in '66 or '67 either. No fan shroud either. I'd want a photo of the fender VIN as well as the engine and tranny stampings as well, plus the exhaust reinforcement plates under the back seat before I'd even THINK of bidding.
Hmmmn. I know you couldn't get a K-code in '65 with A/C...don't think you could in '66 or '67 either. No fan shroud either. I'd want a photo of the fender VIN as well as the engine and tranny stamp
lots of southern mustangs had a/c added. the original owner had an ARA brand under dash a/c installed in the 65 K code mustang i have. he was originally from new orleans and you need a/c down there. i'm from missippi and of all the 65-66 mustangs i owned most had a/c but no fan shroud.
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