Imagine You Drove A 1965 Mustang Fastback Every Damn Day

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And it led to a racing career.

It’s so easy to head on over to your local Ford dealership and drop down a deposit on a brand spanking new Mustang GT Fastback. Base price? Pretty darn reasonable at about $33,000 to start. But this doesn’t work for everybody. Addison Lee is the proud owner of a 1965 Mustang Fastback, a car he’s owned, worked on and driven since he was a teenager. The car was also a father-son bonding project, so its sentimental value is priceless. And unlike today’s Mustang (and all new cars, for that matter), this pony car is purely analog.

You truly feel the car when you drive it and that, over time, helps one become a better driver. Today, Lee competes in the SCCA Spec Mustang series, where he’s become an accomplished driver. The crew over at Petrolicious caught up with Lee and his father to discuss this prized Mustang and the experience it provides.

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