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How much would you pay for a 1965 Ford Mustang with original interior and a hard to find paint code?

The car is beautiful and only a few rust spots. It also need a new paint job, but it's like an aqua color, which I'm told is the second rarest color code for the time period.
 

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How much would you pay for a 1965 Ford Mustang with original interior and a hard to find paint code?

DO NOT ASK THIS HERE!!!

so many dumb **** *** holes come on here and say stupid crap... especially about mustangs.

lots of ford haters bash the mustang because it allways smokes them at the track. and thier brands have no answer to it.
 

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How much would you pay for a 1965 Ford Mustang with original interior and a hard to find paint code?

Coupe $5,000
Fastback $6,500

Variables are engine, interior, where has it been, etc...
 

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How much would you pay for a 1965 Ford Mustang with original interior and a hard to find paint code?

Depends on the model and options, but I would say anywhere from $5000 to $20000 if its in good original shape. A rare model or a HiPo 289 will fetch more if its original.
 

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How much would you pay for a 1965 Ford Mustang with original interior and a hard to find paint code?

Rust can be a bad thing, depending on where it is. Look in the trunk and on the underside of the floor boards. If rust is there, run away!!!

Also you can tell what color the car originally was by looking at the plate on the driver's side door. (If the plate isn't there, you can do some more research on the VIN).

BODY COLOR CODES FOR A 1964 1/2 AND 1965 MUSTANG
A = Raven Black
B = Pagoda Green (1964 1/2 only)
C = Honey Gold
D = Dynasty Green
F = Guardsman Blue (1964 1/2 only)
H = Caspian Blue
I = Champagne Beige
J = Rangoon Red
K = Silver Smoke Grey
M = Wimbledon White
O = Tropical Turquoise
P = Prairie Bronze
R = Ivy Green
S = Cascade Green (1964 1/2 only)
U = Sunlight Yellow
X = Vintage Burgundy
Y = Skylight Blue (1964 1/2 only)
Y = Silver Blue
Z = Chantilly Beige (1964 1/2 only)
3 = Poppy Red
5 = Twilight Turquoise
7 = Phoenician Yellow
8 = Springtime Yellow

The color doesn't factor into the price as much as the original engine and transmission, so don't get suckered in that it's a rare color. Do your research before thinking about buying a 65 Mustang...it may save you 1,000's of dollars.
 

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How much would you pay for a 1965 Ford Mustang with original interior and a hard to find paint code?

Well it will be a pretty hefty price maybe around errrr 15000 or 20000
 

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if it has a 302 in it, it's not the original motor so it's worth a whole lot less and just because the paint code is rare doesn't mean it's desirable. There's a reason nobody ordered it in the first place.
 

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How much would you pay for a 1965 Ford Mustang with original interior and a hard to find paint code?

If it runs and drives like new, i'd give up 12-16k i think. and i dont leik fords.. lol
 
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