When Ford announced the Mustang 2+2 in 1965 they claimed, quite rightly that Europe no longer had the monopoly on “four wheeled flair”.
This particular vehicle was advertised as a 1965 ‘Stang at Goodwood Revival a few years ago.
It was described as having had a full restoration in 2002, the same year it was first registered in the UK.
Among the upgrades it received were a 5 litre 302 cui ‘blue printed’ motor only a Mustang option from 1967, replacing the original 4.7 litre 289 cui unit and uprated disc brakes.
This vehicle was described as having been fitted with a ‘Tremec TKO’ 5 speed manual gearbox.
The ride was described by Ford in their contemporary advertising as like “a little cloud” a description which seems at variance with Fords advice to …
“Don’t forget the looks: that’s what turns Main Street into Via Veneto … and you into Nuvolari.
Thanks for joining me on this “Turning You Into Nuvolari” edition of “Gettin’ a li’l psycho on tyres” I hope you will join me again tomorrow when I’ll be looking at a Modern Elegant Fiat. Don’t forget to come back now.