The first Mustang set such standards with concept and design that it founded its own vehicle class: the Pony Cars.
Fastback - 1st Generation (1965 to 1966)
While the hardtop and convertible body styles were introduced as unofficial 1964-1/2 models, the fastback was the only 1965-1966 first-generation Mustang body style that actually began production for the 1965 model year (August 1964). 1965-1966 Ford Mustang Fastbacks were available with four engine options, the 120 hp "T-code" 200 cubic inch (3.3 l) inline six, the 200 hp "C-code" 289 cubic inch (4.7 l) V8 with two-barrel carburetor, the 225 hp "A-Code" 289 cubic inch (4.7 l) V8 with four-barrel carburetor, and the 271 hp "K-Code" 289 cubic inch (4.7 l) V8 equipped with a four-barrel autolite carburetor . Depending on the engine installed, Mustang fastbacks were equipped with a 3-speed manual transmission, 4-speed manual transmission or a 3-speed automatic.
Mustang was fully restored by the last
The work was done partly by himself but mostly by professionals.
Neither time nor material was spared, as it was not planned to ever sell the car.
Alone for externally performed labor and material USD 80.000,00 are in the vehicle and this does not include the own work.
Unfortunately, health-related circumstances have forced the owner with a heavy heart to sell.
Engine : V8 289cid,
Power : 200hp @ 4400rpm
Torque : 382Nm @ 2400rpm
Transmission : 3 speed automatic
Produced in Dearborn, MI
Interior: Black Vinyl
electronic ignition system
disc brakes front and rear
The vehicle is sold as a classic car import duty paid.
Upon request, the vehicle will be delivered with classic car individual vehicle approval for an expense allowance.