1965 Ford Mustang GT Fastback

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  1. Burak Unal

    Burak Unal Veteran Member

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    Alright guys, not a Camaro but a really lovely lovely car. Great efforts have been put into building and filming this beautiful fastback. It is tastefully modified as well, so it is no wall flower either. Hope you'll enjoy and share...

     
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    The only Mustangs I like are 65 to 69 fastbacks.
     
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    Great vid as usual Burak. Love the car. Was just saying to the Kid a couple weeks ago that I would like to build one of those. My wife has a Christmas movie taped with a fastback in it. Lowered, burgundy with bullet wheels. Really caught my eye. The fact that there was a good looking blonde driving it didn't hurt either.
     
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    Steve McQueen would approve. My fav yrs are 67-68 FB.
     
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    Nice video Burak, thanks for posting. Real nice build, has all the right stuff.

    My first ride in a Mustang was a 1970 BOSS 302 in 1980 , Solid lifter, small cube, high RPM, manual trans, w/4.30 gear. That ride made quite the impact on me, never forgot it.
     
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    In my book the 65 (64 1/2?) Mustangs and the 64 GTO were two cars that rewrote automotive history.
     
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    oh....oh boy.... I am a tried and true PONCHO.... but dayum..if there is to be a Mustang in the garage...1968 would be it!!! just sayin!
     
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    Beautiful Mustang and a Great video
     
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    Beautiful car, I've always said your not really a car guy if you can't appreciate all the great cars there are no matter who made them. Owned Plymouths (Cuda's and roadrunners), Pontiac Lemans, a 73 Z28, and never thought any one brand was better than the other just different. Never owned a Ford as a youngster, did have a 94 T Bird with the 289 size engine, loved that car, would chirp 1st to 2nd manual shifts. Great body on it too.
     
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    Nice car, and the video would be great except it is spoiled by all the "..hashtag crap on the screen popup" stuff. I must be too old but whats that for anyway?
     
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