1965 Fastback 289 Auto 6500.00 Reserve on auction - Vintage Mustang Forums
 
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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 03-03-2003, 12:18 AM Thread Starter
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Hereís the Fastback youíve been waiting for. The car is a 289 C code with an automatic. The car has a nice fresh 289 that runs great. The transmission is a C4 and in good shape. The rear is the original 8Ē with a 3.0 open pumpkin. The car was an originally a 4-speed car but the former owner changed it over to the automatic. I would advise installing a neutral safety switch for the automatic. Right now it has the stock single exhaust with stock manifolds. The engine is all stock including the two barrel carb. The car has Kelsey Hayes 4 piston Shelby style Disc Brakes but needs the small drum style master cylinder changed to a dual reservoir. The rear brakes are stock 10X2 and are in good shape. As for the body all panels are factory Ford except the trunk which is a repro. The former owner repaired a couple of small holes in the floor pans and replaced the frame rails under the seat. The only reason he did the change was for cosmetic reasons. The interior needs to be redone but is in very good shape. The original radio opening is intact and the doors and trap door are uncut. The rear interior panels have speakers in them but they are installed well. The trunk is in excellent shape. The dash has been changes over to the 1966 style as has the dashpad. The dashpad is a new repro. Both fender aprons and the radiator support have been replaced. Not to worry though. The frame is nice and straight. This will be an excellent car for someone that wants a nice project without the hassle of rust. Thatís the most common question I always get when selling a car, Does it have rust? I know you wonít be disappointed with this car. Itís nice and solid and a driver. It has a clear title and could be driven as is.My name is GT350T and the item number is 2405934698
If you have any questions feel free to email me.


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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 03-10-2003, 10:42 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks for the space. The car is sold.
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