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Old 03-28-2016, 09:48 PM   #1
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Need to sell a Classic '65 Mustang "K Code"!

I just won an amazing sweepstakes (Dream Giveaway) and won 2 amazing Mustangs...but not sure I can keep both and complicating of selling one...even though it's killing me, I'm am contemplating selling the ‘65
Mustang GT "K code"! Not sure I can afford to keep both. You guys know this is a rare car and the basis for all the Shelby's.


Personal message me if you know someone that may be interested...at least I can keep the beautiful '15 50th Anv.!


I take possession on April 8th in FL.

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All-American from Day One
Designed especially for the true sports enthusiast, this powerful V-8 provides sports car performance to match Mustang’s sports car styling. Buyers intending to enter competitive events will appreciate this engine’s breathtaking acceleration…" - Ford Motor Company (1964)

On April 17, 1964, the Mustang debuted at the World’s Fair and showcased American ingenuity and pride for a new generation. Ford decreed a performance path for the all-American pony car that continues steadfast and true 50 years later.


Powertrain
The High Performance 289ci engine—the iconic K-code—was optioned into approximately 1% of all Mustangs in 1965. Today the $276 performance package is revered as the holy grail of performance from the Mustang’s early years.

The K-code Mustang GT fastback had the DNA of a racer. Ford’s performance-engineered 289ci powerplant, close-ratio four-speed manual transmission, beefy 9-inch rear end, and limited-slip differential turned the friendly pony car into a tameless and timeless thoroughbred. It’s no wonder that racing legend Carroll Shelby demanded that all Shelby 350GT Mustangs began life as K-code Mustang GT fastbacks.


Styling
This grand-prize 1965 Mustang GT fastback was fully restored in its original color—Wimbledon White. You’ll be proud and amazed when you open this thoroughbred’s sporty hood and see the expertly detailed engine compartment, including correctly coded engine components and accessories, hang tags, and factory assembly-line markings. If scoring big at judged Mustang events is a dream of yours, this 1965 Mustang GT fastback makes it come true. And if you prefer “get up and go” to “get out and show” this Mustang is a trip back in time. It will make you feel like you just drove it home from a Ford dealer 50 years ago.


Interior
The Mustang’s optional Pony interior features a classic all-American image of stampeding mustangs embossed onto the front and rear vinyl seats. This classic-style interior matches the 2015 50th Anniversary Mustang GT in the grand-prize package...the original interior is included.

1965 Mustang GT “K” Code Fastback
The Mustang That Started the Pony Car’s Performance Tradition
• High Performance 289/271 hp
• 4-speed
• Wimbledon White exterior
• Fully restored
• Pony interior
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Old 03-29-2016, 10:24 AM   #2
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Man, I'm super envious. Both beautiful cars, congrats. I clicked your profile, and says you're from the Chicago area as well, glad to see someone local winning something like this! Good luck with the sale, its a shame you can't keep both.


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I know, but need to be realistic and a win/win to get a cool new car and take care of the family...still seems not real!

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Man, I'm super envious. Both beautiful cars, congrats. I clicked your profile, and says you're from the Chicago area as well, glad to see someone local winning something like this! Good luck with the sale, its a shame you can't keep both.


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Car is at Streetside Classics in Florida.
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