1965 Ford Mustang

Ford will sell 1965 Mustang Convertibles again

Ford is going to make the classic much loved 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible available again to the buying public. There is one little hitch... you provide the engine, transmission, interior, electronics, brakes, suspension, and trim. Ford just gives you the body.

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 ½, 1965, and 1966 Ford Mustang, using a genuine Ford body shell.

“The 1964-66 Mustang is the most restored vintage vehicle. But the number of original 1964-66 vintage bodies is shrinking every year,” said Dennis Mondrach, Ford Restoration Parts licensing manager. “Most of the original Mustangs left in scrapyards are rusted or wrecked beyond repair. The new body shell is made of virgin metal and uses modern welding techniques. It comes rustproofed, and after final adjustment and finish preparation of the body panels, it is ready for painting and final assembly.”

Almost every part needed to build a “new” 1964-66 Mustang convertible are available from Ford-approved classic parts suppliers. Also original parts can be reused from an old Mustang and used on a new body shell.

This allows the enthusiasts and hobbyist to save time and money. It also makes it so that they can enjoy the look, feel, and excitement of those early Mustangs with the convenience of modern technology.


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