Evaluation: AACA National First. Excellent paint and chrome. Mild pitting on the left taillight bezel. Excellent fresh-looking interior. Show-ready engine bay. A seriously well-equipped ‘65 restored to appropriate standards and even a bit beyond. Gorgeous.
Bottom Line: Another very desirably equipped and impressively restored car that is a major standout among all the ’65 Mustangs out there. It sold for $90,200 at Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale in 2019, and this higher result is a realistic indication of how much the market has moved since then.