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1965 Mustang coupe
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C4 trans
After a long search I purchased my 1965 mustang coupe.
Its just what i had been looking for, a good driver, but still enough left to do to keep it interesting.
I have lurked on this forum for the last year, and I really want to thank everyone for the useful info passed along. It was a lot of help in my search.
While I am new to Classic Mustangs, I had a 1965 F100 that I kept running and driving for 30 years , which I gave to my retired Army brother. So I do know "opportunities" of owning a classic vehicle.
Again, thanks to all the admins that keep the forums on track, and to all the posters who keep it going.
Steve
Geaux Tigers
Katy, TX
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To the OP,watch out for this guy. He's been looking for a 65/66 coupe and your neighbors
Hah! Love it. I’ve got about as much 65/66 coupe as I can handle for now.

Plus, Texas is a big place. I have “neighbors” in 3 different states that are closer than Katy.
 

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Hah! Love it. I’ve got about as much 65/66 coupe as I can handle for now.

Plus, Texas is a big place. I have “neighbors” in 3 different states that are closer than Katy.
it's probably to clean to make a Rat Pack approved T/A ish machine anyway
 

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Steve, welcome to VMF. Nice looking 65 Coupe.
 
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