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Revology Cars is officially licensed by Ford Motor Company and Shelby American to build new reproduction 1965-1968 Mustang and Shelby GT automobiles. We were the first company ever licensed by Ford to build a new reproduction Ford. This is a significant accomplishment and speaks to the high level of engineering, quality, and craftsmanship in every Revology product. These officially licensed cars are built on an assembly line and sold with a factory warranty. All components have been precisely engineered to work together in harmony, to ensure not only superior performance, but also improved reliability, drivability, comfort, and safety, compared to their 1960s counterparts.
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The Ford Mustang began production five months before the normal start of the 1965 production year. The early production versions are often referred to as "1964 models" but all Mustangs were advertised, VIN coded and titled by Ford as 1965 models, though minor design updates in August 1964 at the formal start of the 1965 production year contribute to tracking 1964 production data separately from 1965 data with production beginning in Dearborn, Michigan, on March 9, 1964.
A turquoise coupe was again used in the next film Thunderball at its Tokyo premiere 9 December 1965 with Bond Girl Fiona Volpe as she drives James to meet the villain Emilio Largo at his compound at a very high rate of speed across The Bahamas.
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Tyler Morning Telegraph Facebook Twitter WhatsApp SMS Email Print Copy article link Save Buy Now A white 1965 custom Mustang up for the winning raffle ticket at the 33rd Annual East Texas Auto & Cycle Show on Saturday, March 18th at Green Acres Baptist Church.
Tyler Morning Telegraph Buy Now A white 1965 custom Mustang up for the winning raffle ticket at the 33rd Annual East Texas Auto & Cycle Show on Saturday, March 18th at Green Acres Baptist Church.
Originally predicted to sell 100,000 vehicles yearly, the 1965 Mustang became the most successful vehicle launch since the 1927 Model A. Introduced on April 17, 1964 (16 days after the Plymouth Barracuda), over 400,000 units were sold in its first year; the one-millionth Mustang was sold within two years of its launch. In August 2018, Ford produced the 10-millionth Mustang; matching the first 1965 Mustang, the vehicle was a 2019 Wimbledon White convertible with a V8 engine.
From 1965 until 2004, the Mustang shared chassis commonality with other Ford model lines, staying rear-wheel-drive throughout its production. From 1965 to 1973, the Mustang was derived from the 1960 Ford Falcon compact. From 1974 until 1978, the Mustang (denoted Mustang II) was a longer-wheelbase version of the Ford Pinto. From 1979 until 2004, the Mustang shared its Fox platform chassis with 14 other Ford vehicles (becoming the final one to use the Fox architecture). Since 2005, Ford has produced two generations of the Mustang, each using a distinct platform unique to the model line.
Iacocca wanted the new car, which returned the Mustang to its 1965 model year predecessor in size, shape, and overall styling, to be finished to a high standard, saying it should be "a little jewel". Not only was it smaller than the original car, but it was also heavier, owing to the addition of equipment needed to meet new U.S. emission and safety regulations. Performance was reduced, and despite the car's new handling and engineering features the galloping mustang emblem "became a less muscular steed that seemed to be cantering".
In late 1964, Ford contracted Holman & Moody to prepare ten 427-powered Mustangs to contest the National Hot Rod Association's (NHRA) A/Factory Experimental class in the 1965 drag racing season. Five of these special Mustangs made their competition debut at the 1965 NHRA Winternationals, where they qualified in the factory stock eliminator class. The car driven by Bill Lawton won the class.
Early Mustangs also proved successful in road racing. The GT 350 R, the race version of the Shelby GT 350, won five of the Sports Car Club of America's (SCCA) six divisions in 1965. Drivers were Jerry Titus, Bob Johnson and Mark Donohue, and Titus won the (SCCA) B-Production national championship. The GT 350s won the B-Production title again in 1966 and 1967. They also won the 1966 manufacturers' championship in the inaugural SCCA Trans-Am series, and repeated the win the following year.
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The hood and the fenders for the 1965 Ford Mustang are completely stripped. You have to be careful when stripping a vehicle with a chemical stripper as it is very acidic and will give you a very nasty burn if it gets in contact with your skin.
One last new job in the shop! This beautiful 1965 Ford Mustang GT is fully restored. However, the last shop had some issues with the paint job that they put on. The client has brought the vehicle to us to strip it down and repaint.
Progress has slowed down a little bit on this 1965 Mustang as we work to overcome a small problem with the torque converter. However, the beautiful new wood steering wheel has been installed so I wanted to put up at least one photo.
Alex is putting the interior together on the 1965 Mustang. The seats are in, the custom package tray is in, the custom center console is in, the radio is in the glove box and the brushed aluminum glove box door is on.
We painted the trunk of the 1965 Mustang with a black and aqua spatter paint to accent the blue paint. Also the client has decided to go forward with a T-5 transmission swap which will get started shortly.
The body shell for a original Mustang convertible has been available to professional restorers. This gives home enthusiasts and hobbyists the chance to bring back all the glory of a 1964 , 1965, and 1966 Ford Mustang, using a genuine Ford body shell.
An enthusiast can take the shells and make either a 1964, 1965 or 1966 Mustang, based on the powertrains and trim parts added to it. It is the third classic Mustang body shell now available to restorers. The other two are the 1967-68 and the 1969-70 fastback bodies.
Ford will display a new 1965 Mustang body shell Tuesday through Thursday at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show taking place in Las Vegas. It will be parked next to a restored 1965 convertible. All the excitement of building an original Mustang can be yours, if you have the skill and determination.
DL: We flew from Chicago to New York to go to the World Fair in 1965 which was a really big event. There were all these fancy pavilions, English, French, Italian countries and so on, Ford, General Motors pavilions, and we spend the whole day there.
At 10:30 p.m. on October 20, 1965, eight Ford crewmembers in crisp white overalls began disassembling a white Mustang convertible outside the Empire State Building on 33rd Street. Everything was going according to plan, until the crew realized that the steering column was a quarter-inch too tall for the elevator despite the planning. After the crew was able to improvise and maneuver the steering column to fit, all parts of the Mustang were transported to the 86th floor. The Mustang was completely reassembled outdoors on the outdoor observation by 4:30 a.m. and ready to be photographed by a helicopter. Not yet finished, once the photograph was taken, the crew took the car apart again and reassembled it for the second time inside the glass-enclosed observation area surrounded by the outdoor deck.
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This is the focus of Al and Steve's energies and attentions in "Have You Driven a Ford Lately?", in Season 1 of Married... with Children; restoring a beat-up 1965 Ford Mustang that they bought off of one of Kelly's boyfriends. leaving their wives out in the cold and bitter in a variety of senses. The car was later confiscated by the police when it was revealed Kelly's boyfriend had stolen it, but Al and Steve were not charged. Although Steve accepts this bad fate, an enraged Al lashes out at the boyfriend and the police for his lost efforts restoring the car to mint condition.
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This 22 circuit direct fit 1965-1966 Ford Mustang wiring harness has many of the factory connectors already installed on the harness out of the box. This harness uses our unique covered micro-fuse block. Also featured is an auxiliary circuit with 20 amp relay for accessories such as fog lights, or an electric fuel pump. Each wire is custom printed with the circuit identification as well as using Ford wiring color codes for easy installation. 041b061a72