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Posted: 10/3/2014 4:34:23 PM EST
[Last Edit: 10/3/2014 5:07:56 PM EST by Erick123]
It's all white, re done red interior, ever thing looks good, runs good.

Rebuilt 289 4bbl. It's a 2+2.

What is the going price?


Link Posted: 10/3/2014 4:40:11 PM EST
Well I hate to tell you this, but it's almost 50 years old. Surprised it still runs. I think around here people get about $1000 for them and they seller pays shipping.

I'll take it.
Link Posted: 10/3/2014 4:41:44 PM EST
No idea, I'm just in for the mandatory pictures.
Link Posted: 10/3/2014 4:41:51 PM EST
Originally Posted By Erick123:
It's all white, re done red interior, ever thing looks good, runs good.

Rebuilt 289 4bbl. It's a 2+2.

What is the going price?
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Fastback or Coupe?
Link Posted: 10/3/2014 4:41:53 PM EST
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Originally Posted By n3awalk3r:
Well I hate to tell you this, but it's almost 50 years old. Surprised it still runs. I think around here people get about $1000 for them and they seller pays shipping.

I'll take it.
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I will give you $1001 for it
Link Posted: 10/3/2014 4:43:07 PM EST
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Originally Posted By JBski:
Originally Posted By Erick123:
It's all white, re done red interior, ever thing looks good, runs good.

Rebuilt 289 4bbl. It's a 2+2.

What is the going price?


Fastback or Coupe?


This.

what is a 2+2?

<----Has 68' convertible 289 and doesn't even know what that means and am too lazy to google it
Link Posted: 10/3/2014 4:44:33 PM EST
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Originally Posted By JBski:
Originally Posted By Erick123:
It's all white, re done red interior, ever thing looks good, runs good.

Rebuilt 289 4bbl. It's a 2+2.

What is the going price?


Fastback or Coupe?


2+2 = Fastback

Should bring 30-40k
Link Posted: 10/3/2014 4:48:25 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Chris94L:


2+2 = Fastback

Should bring 30-40k
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Originally Posted By Chris94L:
Originally Posted By JBski:
Originally Posted By Erick123:
It's all white, re done red interior, ever thing looks good, runs good.

Rebuilt 289 4bbl. It's a 2+2.

What is the going price?


Fastback or Coupe?


2+2 = Fastback

Should bring 30-40k


For a 289? I am wondering if you realize the bottom dropped out of the classic car market.
Link Posted: 10/3/2014 5:00:37 PM EST
Does the VIN start with 5F09A ?
65 Fastback w/289 4 BBL should be 5 F 09 A...5 year 65 F Dearborn 09 Fastback A 289 4 BBL
Auto or stick 3 or 4 spd
is it a GT?
Pony interior?
Mags or Hub caps?
5 - 30K
Link Posted: 10/3/2014 5:08:30 PM EST
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Originally Posted By gatkeper:
Does the VIN start with 5F09A ?
65 Fastback w/289 4 BBL should be 5 F 09 A...5 year 65 F Dearborn 09 Fastback A 289 4 BBL
Auto or stick 3 or 4 spd
is it a GT?
Pony interior?
Mags or Hub caps?
5 - 30K
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Pics up.
Link Posted: 10/3/2014 5:11:53 PM EST
Link Posted: 10/3/2014 5:11:59 PM EST
Not as much as you think.

19-32K depending on condition and pedigree.

Original numbers matching but without any special motor options probably 25K.
Link Posted: 10/3/2014 5:12:01 PM EST
15k-25k depending on a close inspection. Been in the game for 40 years.....
Link Posted: 10/3/2014 5:12:36 PM EST
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Originally Posted By NMwaterfowler:
You need to get a Marti report done before you buy it.
It will tell you everything you need to know.
Don't take the sellers word for it
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No Marti report until 1967+
Link Posted: 10/3/2014 5:15:25 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Erick123:

Pics up.
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Originally Posted By Erick123:
Originally Posted By gatkeper:
Does the VIN start with 5F09A ?
65 Fastback w/289 4 BBL should be 5 F 09 A...5 year 65 F Dearborn 09 Fastback A 289 4 BBL
Auto or stick 3 or 4 spd
is it a GT?
Pony interior?
Mags or Hub caps?
5 - 30K

Pics up.


Could you take pictures during the day? WTF?

(or indoors, with decent lighting, or outside, with decent lighting, and not with a potato?)
Link Posted: 10/3/2014 5:22:27 PM EST
i dunno, but i've built a few of those 289s and they aren't bad motors at all, given you use decent pistons. and those 4 speeds are HEAVY AS FUCK.
Link Posted: 10/3/2014 5:22:48 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Erick123:

Pics up.
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Originally Posted By Erick123:
Originally Posted By gatkeper:
Does the VIN start with 5F09A ?
65 Fastback w/289 4 BBL should be 5 F 09 A...5 year 65 F Dearborn 09 Fastback A 289 4 BBL
Auto or stick 3 or 4 spd
is it a GT?
Pony interior?
Mags or Hub caps?
5 - 30K

Pics up.



7K if the undercarriage is in good shape
Link Posted: 10/3/2014 5:23:12 PM EST
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Could you take pictures during the day? WTF?

(or indoors, with decent lighting, or outside, with decent lighting, and not with a potato?)
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Originally Posted By JBski:
Originally Posted By Erick123:
Originally Posted By gatkeper:
Does the VIN start with 5F09A ?
65 Fastback w/289 4 BBL should be 5 F 09 A...5 year 65 F Dearborn 09 Fastback A 289 4 BBL
Auto or stick 3 or 4 spd
is it a GT?
Pony interior?
Mags or Hub caps?
5 - 30K

Pics up.


Could you take pictures during the day? WTF?

(or indoors, with decent lighting, or outside, with decent lighting, and not with a potato?)
Obviously he took the pics while casing it for a theft.
Link Posted: 10/3/2014 5:27:18 PM EST
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Originally Posted By NathanL:
Obviously he took the pics while casing it for a theft.
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Originally Posted By NathanL:
Originally Posted By JBski:
Originally Posted By Erick123:
Originally Posted By gatkeper:
Does the VIN start with 5F09A ?
65 Fastback w/289 4 BBL should be 5 F 09 A...5 year 65 F Dearborn 09 Fastback A 289 4 BBL
Auto or stick 3 or 4 spd
is it a GT?
Pony interior?
Mags or Hub caps?
5 - 30K

Pics up.


Could you take pictures during the day? WTF?

(or indoors, with decent lighting, or outside, with decent lighting, and not with a potato?)
Obviously he took the pics while casing it for a theft.


It's been sitting in his garage for a long time. Sorry. I may be able to get more pics tomorrow.
Link Posted: 10/3/2014 5:34:27 PM EST
A code motor, 15000 to 25000.
Original K code motor add 10,000.
Link Posted: 10/3/2014 5:34:39 PM EST
What's the asking price
Link Posted: 10/3/2014 5:38:22 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Chris94L:


2+2 = Fastback

Should bring 30-40k
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Originally Posted By Chris94L:
Originally Posted By JBski:
Originally Posted By Erick123:
It's all white, re done red interior, ever thing looks good, runs good.

Rebuilt 289 4bbl. It's a 2+2.

What is the going price?


Fastback or Coupe?


2+2 = Fastback

Should bring 30-40k


Per Hagerty's guide, a plain fastback Mustang with the 225hp 289 goes for around $25k. A Mustang GT with the 225hp 289 goes for around $30k. A Mustang GT with the "K-Code" HiPo 271hp 289 goes for over $42k.

From the photos, the tach and speedometer indicate it's a Mustang GT, but no steering column mounted gauge cluster says it isn't a K-Code car. So you're looking at a $30,000 car if it's in good shape and you find a buyer who really wants it.

That said, if you want to sell and I hit the MegaMillions tonight I'll be contacting you next week.
Link Posted: 10/3/2014 5:40:04 PM EST
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Originally Posted By QwikKotaTx:


For a 289? I am wondering if you realize the bottom dropped out of the classic car market.
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Originally Posted By QwikKotaTx:
Originally Posted By Chris94L:
Originally Posted By JBski:
Originally Posted By Erick123:
It's all white, re done red interior, ever thing looks good, runs good.

Rebuilt 289 4bbl. It's a 2+2.

What is the going price?


Fastback or Coupe?


2+2 = Fastback

Should bring 30-40k


For a 289? I am wondering if you realize the bottom dropped out of the classic car market.



uh 289 was the only factory offered v8 motor. there is still interest in "real" muscle cars. clones and ect, yes the
bottom dropped out. let me know when the bottom falls out of the factory super birds, daytonas, and other hemi car
market.

op beautiful mustang, i love white, enjoy it before you sell it.
Link Posted: 10/3/2014 5:45:14 PM EST
Interested in the answers. I've got a '65 wimbledon white 2+2 fastback, K-Code 4-speed. K-Code is the solid lifter high performance engine, pretty rare.
Link Posted: 10/3/2014 5:53:39 PM EST
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Originally Posted By FlyingGorilla:


Per Hagerty's guide, a plain fastback Mustang with the 225hp 289 goes for around $25k. A Mustang GT with the 225hp 289 goes for around $30k. A Mustang GT with the "K-Code" HiPo 271hp 289 goes for over $42k.

From the photos, the tach and speedometer indicate it's a Mustang GT, but no steering column mounted gauge cluster says it isn't a K-Code car. So you're looking at a $30,000 car if it's in good shape and you find a buyer who really wants it.

That said, if you want to sell and I hit the MegaMillions tonight I'll be contacting you next week.
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Originally Posted By FlyingGorilla:
Originally Posted By Chris94L:
Originally Posted By JBski:
Originally Posted By Erick123:
It's all white, re done red interior, ever thing looks good, runs good.

Rebuilt 289 4bbl. It's a 2+2.

What is the going price?


Fastback or Coupe?


2+2 = Fastback

Should bring 30-40k


Per Hagerty's guide, a plain fastback Mustang with the 225hp 289 goes for around $25k. A Mustang GT with the 225hp 289 goes for around $30k. A Mustang GT with the "K-Code" HiPo 271hp 289 goes for over $42k.

From the photos, the tach and speedometer indicate it's a Mustang GT, but no steering column mounted gauge cluster says it isn't a K-Code car. So you're looking at a $30,000 car if it's in good shape and you find a buyer who really wants it.

That said, if you want to sell and I hit the MegaMillions tonight I'll be contacting you next week.


It's missing every other GT item.
Link Posted: 10/3/2014 6:00:16 PM EST
He's asking 25k.
Link Posted: 10/3/2014 6:08:04 PM EST
Appears to be a 65 with deluxe interior. The seats were probably reupholstered incorrectly as they would have had "pony" seats. An original GT car would have fog lights in the grill, the GT Exhaust rear valance, dual exhaust etc. The only 65 mustangs with center, circular speedos were GTs and Deluxe cars.The cluster may have been swapped out with a 66 cluster but that would require modifications to the dash.
Link Posted: 10/3/2014 6:14:38 PM EST
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Originally Posted By My65Fastback:
Appears to be a 65 with deluxe interior. The seats were probably reupholstered incorrectly as they would have had "pony" seats. An original GT car would have fog lights in the grill, the GT Exhaust rear valance, dual exhaust etc. The only 65 mustangs with center, circular speedos were GTs and Deluxe cars.The cluster may have been swapped out with a 66 cluster but that would require modifications to the dash.
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It amazes me how arfcom knows nearly everything. Despite our dysfunctionality, there really are a lot of great resources here.
Link Posted: 10/3/2014 6:25:31 PM EST
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For a 289? I am wondering if you realize the bottom dropped out of the classic car market.
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Originally Posted By QwikKotaTx:
Originally Posted By Chris94L:
Originally Posted By JBski:
Originally Posted By Erick123:
It's all white, re done red interior, ever thing looks good, runs good.

Rebuilt 289 4bbl. It's a 2+2.

What is the going price?


Fastback or Coupe?


2+2 = Fastback

Should bring 30-40k


For a 289? I am wondering if you realize the bottom dropped out of the classic car market.


Wrong about the market dropping out. Prices corrected them selves, just like in housing. Collector cars were overvalued, still worth decent money today, especially if you-re not in a hurry to sell.
Link Posted: 10/3/2014 7:08:57 PM EST
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It amazes me how arfcom knows nearly everything. Despite our dysfunctionality, there really are a lot of great resources here.
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Originally Posted By mattellis2:
Originally Posted By My65Fastback:
Appears to be a 65 with deluxe interior. The seats were probably reupholstered incorrectly as they would have had "pony" seats. An original GT car would have fog lights in the grill, the GT Exhaust rear valance, dual exhaust etc. The only 65 mustangs with center, circular speedos were GTs and Deluxe cars.The cluster may have been swapped out with a 66 cluster but that would require modifications to the dash.



It amazes me how arfcom knows nearly everything. Despite our dysfunctionality, there really are a lot of great resources here.


Fuck yea.... this is my go to place for almost everything.


Link Posted: 10/3/2014 7:12:38 PM EST
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Could you take pictures during the day? WTF?

(or indoors, with decent lighting, or outside, with decent lighting, and not with a potato?)
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Originally Posted By JBski:
Originally Posted By Erick123:
Originally Posted By gatkeper:
Does the VIN start with 5F09A ?
65 Fastback w/289 4 BBL should be 5 F 09 A...5 year 65 F Dearborn 09 Fastback A 289 4 BBL
Auto or stick 3 or 4 spd
is it a GT?
Pony interior?
Mags or Hub caps?
5 - 30K

Pics up.


Could you take pictures during the day? WTF?

(or indoors, with decent lighting, or outside, with decent lighting, and not with a potato?)


I was just thinking..."never buy a car at night".
Link Posted: 10/3/2014 9:59:43 PM EST
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Fuck yea.... this is my go to place for almost everything.
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Originally Posted By Erick123:
Originally Posted By mattellis2:
Originally Posted By My65Fastback:
Appears to be a 65 with deluxe interior. The seats were probably reupholstered incorrectly as they would have had "pony" seats. An original GT car would have fog lights in the grill, the GT Exhaust rear valance, dual exhaust etc. The only 65 mustangs with center, circular speedos were GTs and Deluxe cars.The cluster may have been swapped out with a 66 cluster but that would require modifications to the dash.

It amazes me how arfcom knows nearly everything. Despite our dysfunctionality, there really are a lot of great resources here.

Fuck yea.... this is my go to place for almost everything.

I'd guess that the gauge cluster was replaced. Deluxe (aka Pony) interior would have also wood-grain insert on dash and glove box door, and would also have different door panels and steering wheel.

Here's what the door panels look like for the Deluxe interior, followed by the a shot of the wheel with dash. (Pics stolen from the net; I wrecked my Deluxe interior '65 many moons ago. )




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Originally Posted By mustb123:
15k-25k depending on a close inspection. Been in the game for 40 years.....
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this guy nailed it... I've been in the game too. Currently with a 70 mach 1 and prices are much softer than most want to admit right now.
Link Posted: 10/4/2014 12:01:37 AM EST
Alright, he's asking peak prices. I will hold off.

Thanks for all the information.
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