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1965-1966 Mustang
To produce an extremely popular car, with virtually no competition. That is exactly what Ford did when it began marketing the Mustang in April 1964. So, with little effort a new car was concocted using the Falcon chassis. A legend was born and the Mustang scored a world record of 418,000 sales by the end its first year of existence.
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buffalo
1965 Shelby GT350 Replica
We ( BB RallySport ) built this car as a Classic Tarmac Rally car to compete in Australian Rallies - we have succesfully competed at Targa Tasmania, Rally Tasmania and Classic Adelaide. The car is basically 1965 period spec with the exception of disc brakes on the rear .. 289W/Close Ratio Toploader/Disc Brake 9" with 3.7:1 Detroit Locker. It is fully race prepared including rollcage and all safety gear. It goes great and we've achieved several class wins ... It sounds awesome with the traditional Shelby style side pipes  
CID:289 Flywheel HP:400@6200  

Sleeper
1966 302 5.0 HO coupe arcadian blue
This is my 1966 mustang coup V8. It's arcadian blue , it's still the first paint(so you can see). I'm busy with an engineswap , the 289 is out and a 302 5.0 HO is going in there. Also the C4 trans is out and a AOD is going in there. In the rear is going 3.73 trac lock gearing.  
CID:302  

fredsmith
1965 2+2
Motor has been warmed up a bit, just cruise in it now. My grandfather bought new in 65 and has been in the family since it was new.  
CID:289  

joeyalex
1966 Coupe
Just put the car back together. All new suspension, engine, transmission, seats, etc. It's ugly, but it runs real nice!  
CID:289  

trav
1965 Coupe
'65 Hardtop, Raven Black, Red interior, Australian Delivered RHD conversion done by Ford Australia. 0.030" over 289, flat top forged, TQ30, Holley 600 vac sec, GT40P heads, mild port/polish, stainless tuned headers/exhaust, looks sweet, drives like new...  
CID:293  

johnnyr
1966 coupe
GT 350 Clone  
CID:302  

danieleghezzi
1965 Mustang Coupé
1986 5.0 engine, cr 10.5:1, edelbrock RPM Airgap intake manifold, Holley 670, MSD 6A, eletric fan, headers, 40 series Flowmaster mufflers, H-pipe, TCI C4, TCI breakaway torque converter, 8" 3.25:1 trac lock rear end.  
1/4 Mile:14.78 MPH:95.27 60ft:2.27 Weight:3200 CID:302 Flywheel HP:262@6000 Torque:275@3600  

Faron
1965 Coupe
250 6cyl .040 , Crane Solid Cam .460/.480 3 1brl Carbs ( 1 Autolite 1101, and 2 1904 Holleys , Clifford Research , Header and Port Divider , Recurved Duraspark ( Distributor recurving/rebuilding is my sideline job ) http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1445686776794.2055862.1071873567  
1/4 Mile:14.55 MPH:90.76 60ft:2.01 Weight:2700 CID:250 Rearwheel HP:205@5000 Torque:307@3500  

jimthemustangman
1965 Fastback
this a pic of my 65 fastback working on getting pics of my Mach-1  
CID:200  

hindu
1965 Coupe
Mostly original, very straight, very clean. New motor:balanced '85 302 roller block with Hyd cam:480/480 lift@.050 206 w/112 lobe center, ported heads w/'69 351w 1.84-1.55 valves, roller tip rockers, shot peened rods. Edelbrock #1406 carb and #2121 Performer intake man. Recurved dist w/PertronixII, Spal elect fan w/pwm controller. New Brakes, front suspension, steering, rebuilt C4 trans, 1 wire 65 amp alt, drivesahft.  
Weight:3250 CID:289 Rearwheel HP:170@4600 Torque:218@3200  
 


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