Presented by GAA Classic Cars – Starting life as a meek C code Coupe, this no expense spared 1965 Mustang Resto Mod underwent a total Custom build. The many subtle modifications make for a clean and sleek car. First, the bumpers were shaved, tucked and re-chromed. The front valance was peaked and fitted with 67 mustang turn signals. The rear valance was given a touch also with 67 inspired exhaust cutouts and the car was fitted with 67 exhaust tips. The taillight bezels were smoothed and the fastener holes were welded up before re-chroming. A custom fuel inlet cap was recessed in the rear body panel. The hood was topped off with a custom steel Shelby-inspired scoop. Rear quarter glasses were also installed to round out the look. The 17″ custom wheels were given at touch also with the spokes being glass beaded and a custom cup built and installed.
The cockpit was not left out! The original dash was removed and replaced with a 67 model in which the speedhut GPS gauges were installed. Custom 1967 Mustang interior was installed along with a tilt column and a custom billet wheel was installed. If you look really hard you will notice one-piece garnish molding and well-hidden audio equipment.
The engine is a 331 stroker. Running a comp cams full roller setup, MSD ignition. Billet Specialties Tru Trac front runner and a speed master eight stack EFI controlled by Fast EFI management. A Tremec 5 speed was sourced using a Mcleod clutch. A later 8.8 rear axle was narrowed and utilizes a Cobra center section with 4:10 gearing. A Heights superide IFS was used upfront and Shelby traction bars in the rear. Vintage air was installed along with Magna Flow X pipe dual exhaust. Power 4 wheel disc brakes were also installed.
This 1965 Ford Mustang Custom Resto Mod will be auctioned off at GAA Classic Cars’ November 2021 auction, which runs from the 4th to the 6th. For more information about the event, click here.