Car Culture

No Upgrades or Mods for the Restored 1965 Ford Mustang

The purpose of restoration in any car is to bring it to its original condition without specifically doing any major upgrades or modifications. As such, it will look and perform as it used to when rolled off.

These restorations are generally done by using the original or reproduction parts that match the car’s model, year, and make. All mechanical components are restored, while the original paint color and interior materials are maintained.

Since 1964, the Mustangs have been essential collectibles that attract a lot of attention. This 1965 Mustang has a guardsman blue exterior painted with a white interior and contrasting blue carpeting.

MS Classic Cars, the selling dealer, has presented this Mustang with clear details in a similar manner to other cars. As reported by the seller, its restoration was completed from 2010 towards 2112 where the car’s original components were mixed with the correct replacements.

The replacement includes the previous engine with Autolite two-barrel carburetor and cast-iron exhaust manifolds. The C-4 three-speed automatic was included in the restoration process.

Seems like restoration could work for the majority of collectibles since it won’t detract from the original value of the car. You can build a custom Mustang from scratch. It is possible.