The 1965 Mustang took the world by storm when introduced in late 1964. The model is a trend setter and is resposible for creating a new sub-class of automobile the Pony class. Under the hood is the 289 engine bolted to a three speed automatic transmission.
1965 Ford Mustang 289 V8 3 Speed Automatic
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This recently fully restored. numbers matching and correct 1971 Corvette has had new original "Hatch Green" paint job with matching interior/trim also reburbished. The 350 engine has been bored and ported with all new inner workings installed and then bolted to a Turbo 400 automatic transmission. Every assembly is correct, in fine working order and this car came with all the options that were offered at the time, making it a Chevy or Corvette purists dream.
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This AC Cobra replica has a 427 CID side oilier under the hood and is bolted to a short throw four speed manual transmission. There are very few of these big block engines left that are worthy of being rebuilt, but this power plant is a very fine and original example. The 427 side oilier engine has a reputation of being a strong performer under the most demanding driving conditions. The engine block sports aluminium heads, aluminium intake manifold and topped off with 2-four barrel carburetors making it a formidable opponent on street or on the track. The vehicle has been meticulously recreated, by professionals, to look and perform as well as the vintage version. An NHRA approved bell housing protects the occupants in case of a serious clutch failure.