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I have restored my 65 Mustang GT convertable. Everything is correct and the car is a 76C benchseat model. I realize that only 2111 conv. with benchseats were made. But nowhere can I find how many came as GT's? Any answers out there?
 

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First not sure where your 2111 convertibles came from originally. As far as we currently know Ford no longer has production records that you are looking for (destroyed :(

I'm sure someone will post that Kevin Marti does but unfortunately he doesn't

Sorry

As you have likely already figures out a combination, as you described, was very unpopular (as were bench seat s through all years of production). I would assume that you have already confirm for yourself that you do have a factory GT and an original door tag. Though not everyone is, we often see these odd combinations on cars that previous owners assemble in order to have a car that stands out. Please understand that I am not suggesting that these are the fact in your case. As only one of us has seen the car ;)

Good luck with the car

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The figure 2,111 for 1965 76C convertibles is correct. The number comes from the General Office of Ford's Automotive Assembly Division. Sorry, but Ford didn't break it down any further than that.






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Did you get any figures for any of the other combinations when you talked to Ford?

Jeff Speegle
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