1965 FORD MUSTANG FASTBACK - 138187 Sold* at Scottsdale 2013 - Lot #1079 1965 FORD MUSTANG FASTBACK https://cdn.barrett-jackson.com/staging/carlist/items/Fullsize/Cars/138187/138187_Front_3-4_Web.jpg
Lot #1079

1965 FORD MUSTANG FASTBACK

Auction Scottsdale 2013
Reserve NO RESERVE
Status Sold
Price
Lot 1079
Year 1965
Make FORD
Model MUSTANG
Style FASTBACK
*Includes Buyer Commission
Details
VIN 5F09A658995
Exterior Color BLUE
Interior Color BLACK
Cylinders 8
Engine Size
Transmission 3-SPEED AUTOMATIC
Description

Lot #1079 - AFX Gasser 427 Cammer powered race car. The engine is a 482cid rebuild, original Cammer engine #274 and has Hilborn injection and computer controlled using a Carabine computer. This motor just freshed December 2012. Has custom made headers, 9-quart oil pan and with baffles. Scat nodular crank, diamond forged pistons, 13.0 compression, scat forged rods, Ferrera valves bore is 4.251" and stroke is 4.5". Polished valve covers, March pulleys, chrome single wire GM alternator, stock cams, multi layer head gaskets, Cammer Concepts cam bearings, JR Cushman steel billet stub cam, Cammer Concepts timing chain, trunk mounted battery with external shut off switch, MSD 6AL ignition, electric radiator fan, high torque starter, polished timing cover, Stewart Warner vintage gauges from 1965 when car was built, Auto Meter tack and shift light, dual accelerator return springs, Weldon fuel pump and pressure regulator with liquid filled gauge and steel braided lines 3/8". Transmission is a 6C with 2,500rpm stall, reverse shift pattern, 9" nodular spool, Ford rear end with 4.56 gears, 31 spline axles built by Mark Williams in 1965, as well as the roll cage, Halibrand original 3.5"x15" front and 10"x15" rear wheels with new Goodyear tires and slicks installed and also has traction bars and clamped rear springs. Original Simpson chute from 1965, 5-point Crow Industries seat belt and line lock. This Mustang was built in 1965-1966 and ran division 5 until October 17, 1971 when it was retired, the best time it ran was 9.97 at 137.4 mph with a weight of 3,150 pounds with driver in Denver. It has always been a race car, so never seen any bad weather, so the body is perfect, never any trust, never wrecked and always garaged. Found in a metal building 40 miles east of Cheyenne, WY. in June of 2000 where it sat for many years. It was originally raced in a light blue color and had Wynns Friction Proofing and Pennzoil stickers on it. Still has the original metal flake blue steering wheel from 1965, was raced at CDR, Pueblo, CA. at the Hot Rod Reunions. This vehicle is ready to race in a Vintage/Nostalgia event.
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