1965 Ford Mustang
The second year of mustang production saw limited changes to the car. Unlike the 1964 model, there were several V8 options available. This included a high output 289 "K code" and the famous specially produced Carroll Shelby mustangs. Buyers could also choose from a variety of body styles; hardtop, convertible, or fastback. The pony car market was now in full swing!
GT: Included 2 high output V8 options (289's), fog lamps in the grill, side stripes, dual exhaust tips, gt badges on the fenders, and a special dash cluster (which would be standard in 1966).
Shelby GT-350: Carroll Shelby designed fastbacks in white with black interior. All vehicles had blue dual stripes and no back seat. Motor was a 306hp 289 with upgraded cooling and suspension.
Shelby GT-350R: Extremely rare - 360hp 289. Basically a full on race car with lightened body panels and redesigned suspension.