Picture Search Results - 1965 white leftfront
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11 pictures (9 cars) found: year of "1965", exterior color of "white", view of "leftfront"

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(from page 2 of the 1965 Collection) Wimbledon White 1965 Mustang convertible with a bright red interior.

(from page 14 of the 1965 Collection) Wimbledon White 1965 Mustang fastback which originally had the optional 225hp (4800rpm), 289 cubic inch, 4 barrel (actually now 2 barrel), V8 engine.

(from page 32 of the 1965 Collection) This is a black and white vintage Ford photo of the first 1965 Mustang Shelby GT-350 fastback. It has the Cragar wheels. You can see that there is no rear seat.

(from page 32 of the 1965 Collection) Same setup as the last photo, but showing more of the front end of the Shelby GT350. Looks like the exhaust pipes exit just past the rear axle under the car. I wonder if this one has mufflers?

(from page 32 of the 1965 Collection) Wimbledon White 1965 Mustang Shelby GT-350, left front view.

(from page 36 of the 1965 Collection) Ford promotional, black and white photo of a truck load of 1965 Shelby GT350's all loaded up at the Shelby plant ready for delivery.

(from page 38 of the 1965 Collection) Although technically serial number 003, this Shelby Ford Mustang GT350 was the first unit completed and was used in publicity photos for the upcoming line of customized vehicles. Serial numbers 001 and 002 were completed later and were race versions. In 1979, this car was restored as a race car and raced. It was later discovered that it was originally built as the first street GT350. It will be restored to its original condition. We photographed this amazing car at the 2010 Mustang Club of America Grand Nationals car show held in Bellevue, Washington; and was our Attitude Of The Week for the week starting February 27th, 2011.

(from page 39 of the 1965 Collection) Submitted by a viewer, this ad placed in the September 5th, 1965 edition of Le Petit Journal says Player's Mustang-A-Week contest. Will you be a winner? A spirited Mustang hardtop Ford will be given in prizes every week. Read the instructions below and enter the contest as often as you like, it is very easy. Maybe you're one of the lucky winners. This ad says that 15 of the unique blue and white 1965 Mustang Player's special edition hardtops will be given away weekly between June 16th and September 22nd, 1965. Player's promotions like this occurred in many Providences in Canada between 1965 and 1968.

(from page 39 of the 1965 Collection) This ad shows the Player's Mustang-a-Week contest held in Ontario. The first of 15 blue and white 1965 Mustangs were given away between June 2nd, 1965 and September 8th, 1965. The Player's Mustang contest was held in many Canadian Providences in 1965 and 1968 according to the viewer who send us these ads after he contacted the Imperial Tobacco company. He also found ads for this promotion in 1966 and 1967.

(from page 40 of the 1965 Collection) This is a rare 1965 Mustang Shelby GT-350 Drag Unit fastback. It is one of four originally created by Shelby. It has a 289ci 306hp engine and a 4-speed manual transmission. Other features included Gabriel Silver Eagle rear shocks, Cure-Ride up-lock front shocks, 9x14 tires on 5x14 wheels, 5.13 rear, engine torque strap, Belanger drag headers, NHRA-approved Cobra scattershield, Hurst Competition-Plus shifter, driveshaft safety loop, and AFX rear traction bars.

(from page 40 of the 1965 Collection) This Wimbledon White 1965 Mustang Shelby GT-350R fastback was built for racing. It was not a street-legal car. This car was listed on Craigslist back in 2008. The photos are from the listing. At the time, it was the most expensive car ever listed on Craigslist. The listing said, "Car #530 one of only 35 Produced (1 of 25 still remaining). These "R" code GT 350's were unique in that they represented the first time an American auto manufacturer offered a strictly-for-racing model that was SCCA B/Production compliant. This vehicle was shipped to Lima Peru on 7/29/66 and raced extensively on the South American circuit. It was the South American Champion in it's class and the Peruvian National Champion in the late 60's. Brought back to the US in 1984, I have a copy of the original Shelby American Invoice Referring to SFM 5R530 as a 1966 GT 350 Race dated June 28, 1966. PLEASE NOTE: According to the Illustrated Shelby Buyers Guide by Lamm & Nicaise 1992 page 60 - "That last batch incidentally is often referred to as the 1966 R-models; they were assembled after regular 1965 GT350 production had shut down" "They were given serial numbers , though, and titled as 1965 models." # 5R530 is one of these vehicles."

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