(5 photos of a 1965 Dynasty Green Mustang Hardtop) This Dynasty Green 1965 Mustang hardtop is owned by Hayley M. of New York and was our Attitude Of The Week for November 15, 2009. Hayley says, I just purchased from a couple who bought it in Utah 10 years ago. When they got it, several beehives were present in the headlights and engine compartment. They went a little crazy with the color choices under the hood, but retained the original color. All I know about it is what the previous owner knew, which wasn't all that much. While it's not perfect, it's a classic that deserves to be well taken care of, and I intend to do so for many years to come. My only addition has been the pirate flag on the antenna.|
(1 photo of a 1965 Dynasty Green Mustang Hardtop) Sean Mattingly use to own this Dynasty Green 1965 Mustang hardtop. It has standard wheel covers and 289ci V8 engine.
(5 photos of a 1965 Ivy Green Mustang Convertible) Ivy Green 1965 Mustang convertible owned by Håkan Palm from Sweden. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting January 3rd, 2010. This is also our 10,000th photo posted to the site. Håkan purchased the car on 06-06-06. It has the original 289ci V8 under the hood.
(9 photos of a 1965 Ivy Green Mustang Fastback) Ivy Green 1965 Mustang Fastback with a hood scoop. For a drivetrain it has a 289ci V8 engine connected to a C-4 floor shifted automatic transmission.
(8 photos of a 1965 Dynasty Green Mustang Hardtop) Dynasty Green 1965 Mustang hardtop with wheel covers and spinners and the base 120hp (at 4400rpm), 200 cubic inch, 1 barrel, inline-6 engine.
(4 photos of a 1965 Ivy Green Mustang Convertible) Ivy Green 1965 Mustang convertible owned by Gil Goltz from Diberville, Mississippi. It still has its original 289ci 2v V8 and an automatic transmission.
(6 photos of a 1965 Ivy Green Mustang GT Convertible) Ivy Green 1965 Mustang GT convertible owned by Steve from Colchester, Vermont. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting February 22, 2015. This GT has its original 289ci 4V V8 engine and an automatic transmission. Steve tells us more, "I bought the car in December 2013 from a muscle car dealer in Illinois. The car had been consigned from an owner in California. Many records came with the car which was produced originally in San Jose. The records show two long term owners in Northern California (San Jose area) but I haven't yet been able to trace owners from the 60s and 70s. The car was in need of some restoration and so far I have installed new convertible top, new carpet, new electrical harnesses in engine bay and under dash. The seats only required some cleanup, but I did replace the foam. The car came with Magnums which were wrong for 1965 so I replaced those with 14-inch styled steel wheels and new dual red line radial tires from Coker. The paint was great - only required some polishing and waxing. The undercarriage was restored before I bought the car and is very clean. The Mustang is a true GT and drives great! The top is even powered. It's a keeper."
(7 photos of a 1965 Ivy Green Mustang Convertible) Ivy Green 1965 Mustang convertible with steel styled wheels, metal rocker panel trim, and 289 fender emblem showing that this car has a 225hp (at 4800rpm), 289 cubic inch, 4 barrel, V8 engine. This car has its original exterior paint and interior.
(5 photos of a 1965 Dynasty Green Mustang Hardtop) This is a Dynasty Green 1965 Mustang hardtop with a black interior. In many cases its hard to tell the difference between a 1965 and a 1964 Mustang, but two parts of the VIN number of this car make it definitely a 1965. First is the A-code engine which was only offered in 1965. Second is the sequential serial number which started with 100001 in 1964 and ended with 221538, this car's serial number is 295151 making it an early 1965 Mustang.
(9 photos of a 1965 Honey Gold Green Mustang Hardtop) This is a Honey Gold 1965 Mustang hardtop. Honey Gold is a light shade of green. It has a green and white interior and a 2 bbl 289 V8 engine under the hood. The little emblem on the front fender (up by the head light) is a 289 V8 emblem.
(2 photos of a 1965 Ivy Green Mustang GT Fastback) Ivy Green 1965 Mustang GT fastback owned by Johannes Mikkelsen from Denmark. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting January 26, 2020. Johannes tells us more, "It is a real GT and has the optional deluxe Pony Interior. We bought this car in 2018, from a guy in Austin Texas and had it shipped to Denmark. He had owned the car for 6 years, but only had interest in the car as an investment.
The owner that had the car between 1991 and 2012 had the car restored.
The car has 90% original sheet metal and 90% original interior which is really something special. The car has lived most its life in Louisville Kentucky. From 1965 to 2012. Its a high optioned car which include: A code engine, C4 automatic transmission, Interior decor group, full length console, GT Equipment Group, Rally Pac, Factory Air conditioner, Back up lamps, power steering, heavy duty battery, 2 speed wipers, rear seat belts, and inside day/nite mirror."
(2 photos of a 1965 Ivy Green Mustang GT Convertible) The top is up on this Ivy Green 1965 Mustang GT convertible with steel styled wheels, GT rocker panel stripes, GT fender emblem, grille mounted fog lamps, and a V8 engine under the hood. This car was at the 2010 MCA Grand Nationals car show held in Bellevue, Washington.
(3 photos of a 1965 Ivy Green Mustang GT Fastback) This Ivy Green 1965 Mustang GT fastback was at the 2010 Mustang Club of America Grand Nationals car show held in Bellevue, Washington. This Mustang GT has steel styled wheels, white rocker panel stripes, GT fender emblem, grille mounted fog lamps, and a 289ci V8 under the hood.