Last post on Jan 31, 2013 at 7:33 PM
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#70 of 71 1965 mustang fastback
Jan 31, 2013 (5:12 pm)
a friend died and i am helping his wife sell his 1965 mustang fastback, 289, 2 bbl, 3-speed, standard trim. it has not run in about 30 years. it has little rust on bottom edge of drivers door. floor pan is solid. body is all there and looks good. black interior 2+2 seating, rangoon red in color. looking for a fair price to tell her so she is not cheated out of her late husbands car.
#71 of 71 Re: 1965 mustang fastback [jacko76]
by MrShift@Edmunds HOST
Jan 31, 2013 (7:33 pm)
Kinda hard to hit this one without seeing it, but as a ballpark I'd say the car will sell in the $7500 to $12,500 range, depending on how bad the rust is.
If by "3-speed" you mean 3-speed manual transmission, that's a deduct on value. Also it sounds like it's not a GT, so that's a deduct as well. It could have a 200HP or 225HP engine, so that makes a difference, but not huge.
If someone offered $9K-$10K, I'd probably take it.
You can buy these in really nice shape for $22K--$28K