Woody
Woody GRM+ Memberand MegaDork
7/31/16 5:26 p.m.

Totally mine, completely affiliated...

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This is an original AMF Mustang Junior. They were manufactured from late 1964 through 1970. This has original paint, wheels, tires, hubcaps, seat, shifter, steering wheel, decals and windshield. The grill and tail lights have been replaced. All running gear is in place and works as it should. It even has the highly desirable Rally Pac!

This is not a reproduction.

$1000

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petegossett
petegossett GRM+ Memberand UltimaDork
7/31/16 6:45 p.m.

Wow, didn't realize they put low-profile tires on Mustangs back then.

jharry3
jharry3 New Reader
8/3/16 4:23 p.m.

$1000. That is exactly what I paid for the last '65 Mustang I bought.
It was 1977. A fastback with 289, 3 speed, no AC, reddish/orange paint.
I put in a .030 overbored 289, 11:1 pistons, Edlebrock highrise, Holley carb, 3/4 race cam, chassis bracing, 4-speed toploader, fiberglass front valence with spoiler, large anti-roll bars, 600 lb front springs, All that was another $1500. Times have changed. Now a pedal car is $1000 and my dream Mustang, which I stupidly sold in order to afford college, would probably go for over $30,000.

Woody
Woody GRM+ Memberand MegaDork
8/3/16 7:48 p.m.
jharry3 wrote: $1000. That is exactly what I paid for the last '65 Mustang I bought. It was 1977. A fastback with 289, 3 speed, no AC, reddish/orange paint. I put in a .030 overbored 289, 11:1 pistons, Edlebrock highrise, Holley carb, 3/4 race cam, chassis bracing, 4-speed toploader, fiberglass front valence with spoiler, large anti-roll bars, 600 lb front springs, All that was another $1500. Times have changed. Now a pedal car is $1000 and my dream Mustang, which I stupidly sold in order to afford college, would probably go for over $30,000.

In 1983, I paid $900 for a '65 coupe with a 289 and factory air.

Two years before that, I started looking for an original pedal car. I finally found one 30 years later. Genuine, unrestored survivors are extremely rare.

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