MOTOR V8 C4 Automatic
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1964 1/2 to 1965 MustangThe Ford Mustangs built between March 1964 and August 17, 1964, are known as early 1965 or 1964 1/2 Mustangs. Those that were built after August 17, 1964, are known as late 1965 Mustangs.
Engine Codes200 cid 1V 6cyl 120 hp (1965)T289 cid 2v V-8 200 hp (1965)C289 cid 4v V-8 225 hp (1965)A289 cid 4v V-8 271 hp High Performance (1965)K
1964-66 Conv 4612 mm 1732 mm 1306 mm 2743 mm 1244 kg
Front Disc Brakes
1965 was the first year that the Mustang offered front disc brakes. They wouldn’t become standard equipment until 1974 and were slow to gain popularity. This shouldn’t be read as a lack of interest though. While many Mustang buyers dreamed of K-code engines, four-speed transmissions, and front disc brakes, price was absolutely a factor.
Adding disc brakes was only an option with a V8, and even then, it cost an extra $58. Upgrading classic Mustangs to disc brakes has become a popular conversion. In addition to being more functional, disc brakes are also more attractive. There are a number of other differences between drum and disc brakes that make disc brakes more appealing.
Mustang Body Styles
Though the hardtop and convertible are beautiful, the fastback body style has become the most iconic. It was the one selected for the GT350s and the style that would lead to the Bullitt. But the fastback body style almost didn’t happen..
Convertible Mustang entered its first full year of production where 559,451 units would be built. The fastback had a larger backlight glass, a shorter trunk lid, functional fresh air vent on the B-pillar, and a folding back seat. All 1965 Mustangs where identical from the window line down and offered one of a 120hp(200ci 6-cycle), 200hp(289ci V8), 225hp(289ci V8), and a high performance 271hp(289ci V8). The new sporty GT package came with the V8 engine, special GT grille with built in fog lamps, a five-dial instrument cluster, an optional GT paint stripe, dual exhaust, and a special handling package. Luxury options included wood-grained vinyl trim, embossed bucket seat inserts, steering wheel with chrome rivets, and door armrests and courtesy lights. "Cobra Kits" where also first offered this year which included engine chrome dress-up parts, a Cobra distributor, performance options, dual exhaust, cam kit, heavy-duty clutch, and induction kits. Ford advertised that the Mustang could be "factory-customized" to play out your alter ego or change your life.
The Pony Package was also referred to as a Luxury interior or Deluxe Interior option. The “Pony Package” nickname came from the seats, which were embossed with running ponies. The two-tone embossed seats were the most striking feature of the package.