1965 Ford Mustang Base Models Apparel and Accessories by Legend Lines
The Ford Mustang, introduced in 1964, became an overnight sensation and the most successful model launch in automotive history. Its styling was fresh and modern, and combined sporty performance with personal luxury. Mustang's options list included a wide range of engines from inline 6 to the high-winding 289 V-8 engines. Short rear deck, an extended hood, and sporty bucket seats, the Mustang could be configured as a family sedan, or outfitted with enough features to satisfy the performance enthusiast. The 1965 production year, with the early production versions often referred to as '1964½ models, lasted eighteen months with more than one million Mustangs built. The GT option included GT gas cap, GT rocker paint stripes, GT side emblems, grille-mounted fog lights, and unique exhaust trumpets. The interior received a special 5 gauge instrument cluster. Mechanical upgrades included manual front disc brakes, F70x14 tires, and upgrades to the suspension. An additional Rally-Pac option consisted of a 5 dial instrument cluster or a 4 dial version.