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Ride the Pony <--click for more

During an era filled with souped-up muscle cars, rumbling engines and squealing tires, the Ford Mustang was born.

Since its introduction in 1964, the Mustang has been driving off the showroom floor at Ford dealerships across the country and into the homes, and hearts, of millions.

For over 50 years, the Mustang has been in continuous production and has carved out a spot as an American icon, instantly lovable and recognizable to many.

For complete article, click HERE.


Stars of the 25th Kiwanis Classic <--click for more

The 25th anniversary of the Port Townsend Kiwanis Classic Car Show includes a tribute to the Ford Mustang, which debuted 50 years ago.

On Saturday, Aug. 16 at Memorial Field in downtown Port Townsend, five generations of Mustangs are scheduled for special display. Marv Fowler is bringing four Mustangs, and a friend is bringing a 1965 version to represent a fifth generation.

"I love to have a car that will handle beautifully and also go straight really fast," Fowler said. "The Mustang fits that bill so well."

Fowler is a 1976 graduate of Sequim High School, and has Jefferson County connections. He was born in Port Townsend, and his namesake is Marvin Shields, the local U.S Navy Seabee killed in Vietnam in 1965, and Medal of Honor Recipient. Shield's was his mother's cousin and her close friend. "She always told [Shields] she was going to name her son after him."


Cool Cars at Summer Cruise <--click for more

It was quite the challenge. Ahead of their trademark event this weekend, the Mile Zero Cruisers set out to assemble 50 Ford Mustangs -- one from every production year of the iconic American auto. They got darn close. Danny Schilds, manager of Aspol Ford and a member of the Cruisers, said Sunday that the 80 assembled cars represented more than 40 years of the Mustang's run. "We got Mustangs from every era, even two Mustang Twos," he said, an increasingly rare variant produced in the 70s. Mustangs made up a large contingent of the 400 or so cars assembled for the Cruise -- which included barbecues, drives and music.

For complete story, click HERE.


1965 Ford Mustang <--click for more

Introduced in 1964, the Ford Mustang has kept going and going and is still in product as of the publication of this article (2014). However, the original pony car was really only produced from 1964 to 1973. Check out a wikipedia article about it HERE.


Differences between 1964 1/12 and 1965 <--click for more

Off the top of my head, I know of several major differences between the 1964 1/2 and 1965 Mustangs. First, the older Mustang comes with an 260 V-8 eight-cylinder engine, whereas the 1965 model comes with the 289 V-8. That is, if you opt for the V-8 engine. Also, the wheels are 4-lug on the older model and 5-lug on the 1965. Want to know other differences or want to know if I'm right? Check out this informative website:

64 1/2 vs. 65 Mustang Differences.


A bucket of Mustang photos <--click for more

Someone sorted out over 3000 Mustang photos and put the collection on Photo Bucket. That's a pretty cool feat. If you're looking for great photos of your favorite pony car, check out the site!

Click HERE for the link.


1965 Mustang Colors <--click for more

Ever wondered what the original colors for the 1965 Mustang consisted of? Here's a cool website that not only tells you, it shows you a picture of a great 1965 Mustang in the specific colors. Check it out!

For more information, visit 1965 Mustang Colors


Want a new 65 Mustang? <--click for more

Ford Motor Co. will soon sell brand-new 1965 Ford Mustangs for just $15,000 each. The only hitch: There's some assembly required. As part of its Ford Reproduction business, Ford revealed today it had approved a new stamping of the steel bodies for first-generation Mustang that buyers could then build into their own 1964 1/2 through 1966 Mustang, using whatever engine, axles, interior and other parts they can find on their own.


Welcome to 65 Mustang <--click for more

Have an interest in the pony car of 1965? If you like the Mustang, or if you own one, you'll find some great information on this website. We'll be going into detail on the origins of the car, pictures, valuations, and more. Take a cruise through our site and feast your eyes on the 65 Mustang!


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