1965 Fastback Restomod/393W/T56

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Up for sale is my 1965 Mustang Fastback. Car was an original V8 (289 2bbl/4 speed) car that has received restoration/upgrades. There is no rust present on the body. as the car was stripped to the metal in 2005 and any questionable areas were replaced with new metal before receiving a fresh base/clear paint job. Reconstruction of the car occurred between 2005-2007, and the car has only seen very few road miles since that time. Car has only seen ~3000 miles since 2007 and has been garage-kept since all the work was completed.

Car now features a 393W stroker engine backed by a T56 six-speed manual. The complete list of parts is listed below. This car was built as an occasional weekend driver or trips to local cruise-ins. It features manual brakes, manual windows, no power steering and no air conditioning. Feel free to PM me with any questions.
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$35,000 or best offer

Color
Patriot Blue Metallic w/Diamond White Pearl striping

Chassis & Suspension
Global West Front Upper & Lower Control Arms
Global West Adj. Front Stabilizer Bars
Global West Front Sway Bar
TCP Front Coilover Conversion w/adj. VariShocks
Flaming River Steering Shaft Assembly
Flaming River Steering Column w/tilt
Boxed Steel Subframe Connectors
Rear adj. VariShocks
Mid-eye leaf springs
Custom Underride Traction Bars

Interior
1998 Mustang GT Front bucket seats adapted to fit 1965 floorpans
Matching white marine-grade vinyl front and rear upholstery
New ACC Dark Blue Carpet
Custom Shifter bezel and leather boot
ACC "Running Pony" floormats
DynaMat sound deadener
RetroSound Digital radio w/usb & bluetooth capability
JLP Custom Instrument panel with Autometer guages
Lecarra Steering Wheel

Drivetrain
Coast High Performance built 351W stroker shortblock (393cid) 9.5:1 CR
Edelbrock Victor Jr Aluminum Heads
CompCams Magnum Roller Rocker Arms
ComCams Retrofit Roller Lifter Kit
CompCams 270 Retrofit Hydraulic Roller Camshaft
Cloyes "Tru-Roller" dual timing chain
ATI Harmonic Balancer
Single wire alternator
Edelbrock Performer RPM "Air-Gap" Intake Manifold
Holley 750cfm, mechanical secondary carburator
Holley mechanical fuel pump
MSD 6AL Ignition
MSD Distributor
Flex-a-lite Thermostatically-contolled electric fan
Griffin 4-row aluminum radiator w/aluminum overflow tank
T-56 Manual Transmission
Pro-5.0 shifter
McLeod Aluminum Flywheel (Installed July 2018)
McLeod RST Twin-disc Clutch & Pressure Plate (Installed July 2018)
Cable Clutch conversion kit
Custom DSS driveshaft
8" Ford Rear End Assembly with 3.80 Detroit Locker
Moser 28-spline forged rear axles

Brakes
Dual Chamber Manual Master Cylinder
Front Disc Brake Conversion Kit
Ford Performance Adj. Proportioning Valve
Rear Drum Brakes

Exhaust
Hedmann Intermediate-length headers
Flowmaster 2.5" stainless mid-pipe w/crossover
Magnaflow 2.5" inlet/outlet mufflers
Flowmaster 2.5" Stainless muffler-back

Wheels and Tires
Centerline Billet "Mohave" 17x8 wheels
New Micheline tires (Installed July 2018)
Miscellaneous
Harwood fiberglass 2in cowl hood
Polished inner fender dress up kit
Optima "Red" Battery
Fully carpeted trunk
 
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PaxtonShelby

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Great looking vintage ride with nice upgrades. Global West is some good stuff - I have their UCA’s, springs, and subframe connectors on my ‘66. Some running vids would be nice. Any dyno #s or track times? How’s first gear with 3.80’s and that T56?

I’m looking to upgrade my factory gauges with Autometers...possibly Ultralites. GLWS!!
 
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Great looking vintage ride with nice upgrades. Global West is some good stuff - I love their UCA’s, springs, and subframe connectors on my ‘66. Some running vids would be nice. Any dyno #s or track times? How’s first gear with 3.80’s and that T56?

I’m looking to upgrade my factory gauges with Autometers...possibly Ultralites. GLWS!!
No dyno or track times.
 

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Any reason to go with a holly 650 over a 750 on that motor?
 

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