What would be the average 1965 mustang coupe 3spd, fully restored cost?

Asked by Apr 07, 2008 at 03:05 PM about the 1965 Ford Mustang Standard Coupe

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

89k, 2dr , 8 cyl., 3 speed, manual trans.
Fully restored in 2001. Less than 2000 miles on restored original 289-2V, 3 spd manual transmission. All numbers match, exterior color was changed to a newer ford blue color. The rear axle has been upgraded to a Detroit Locker, 355 Richmond Gears. Have orginal hub caps and some spare parts. Wheels and tires currently on the vehicle are American Racing 5 spoke wheels with Eagle GT tires.
This car is in excellent condition. All interior is in excellent condition. Engine and trunk areas are original.

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48,365

Highly suggest you check with Hemmings, Auto Trader, Ebay, Barrett-Jackson Auctions, etc., to try to develop a comp for this vehicle. It's hard to say what a classic car will go for, values are very subjective. Changing the exterior color may have hurt the value of the car for a true collector.

15

Everyone's definition of fully restored is different. My definition would be $15,000. But it ranges from $10000 - $50000+

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