1965 Mustang Pool Table for Sale

mchnhed

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deanoc

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i would love to have one of these
not to play on,just for a display

great mustang and pool piece

if anyone has a used one for 1 or2 thousand
contact me


i would like a smaller one even more

will prout has the perfect place for this
 

Island Drive

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Side markings, does it say 289 high performance on the sides, or was it, like the first car in Drove when I got my license. 1965 Mustang, 3 on the floor, no syncros in first and the smallest Ford inline 6 at that time, 140 cu in. Got 26 mpg on the hwy, with high octane fuel. High School, what a hoot with that car on Fri nights, I had the smallest engine of anyone, BUT it was a NEW car/White blue vinyl interior.
Beluschi family moved a town over from us in the burbs of Chicago/Wheaton. We played their football team each year opening game. Fields were traded back/forth each year. Allot of grounds/hazing was done to each others schools the night before the game.
Thx for the mems.....
 

deanoc

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I love Mustangs

I had 2...1967 convertibles when my daughters were in school

the one who stayed home the longest got a 1986,1989,2002 convertible V8s

Now my daughter has an expedition ford and 3 kids,my wife has a new
black 2019 Turbo 4 cylinder that she loves,it is beautiful

my friend the pediatrician would not buy his daughter one,he called them KIDS CARS

I had 2 Shelby convertibles but i sold them

so you can see i love Mustangs,especially convertibles


Larry Vigus has 2 Shelbys,he was a personal friend of Shelby

I think i saw one of these little pool table mustangs in a bar one time,used it for salad bar display

i would kinda like one but i am too cheap to spring for one $2000 at the most

I would like a shelby with 1,000 horse power,but my wife thinks it is foolish

I don't think I will get one

I did get a Triumph Bonneville when she told me it was not a good idea

I haven't been allowed to ride it,but it made me feel good just looking
 

Island Drive

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I love Mustangs

I had 2...1967 convertibles when my daughters were in school

the one who stayed home the longest got a 1986,1989,2002 convertible V8s

Now my daughter has an expedition ford and 3 kids,my wife has a new
black 2019 Turbo 4 cylinder that she loves,it is beautiful

my friend the pediatrician would not buy his daughter one,he called them KIDS CARS

I had 2 Shelby convertibles but i sold them

so you can see i love Mustangs,especially convertibles


Larry Vigus has 2 Shelbys,he was a personal friend of Shelby

I think i saw one of these little pool table mustangs in a bar one time,used it for salad bar display

i would kinda like one but i am too cheap to spring for one $2000 at the most

I would like a shelby with 1,000 horse power,but my wife thinks it is foolish

I don't think I will get one

I did get a Triumph Bonneville when she told me it was not a good idea

I haven't been allowed to ride it,but it made me feel good just looking



:p:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:thumbup:....

Only thing that got Me off my bikes was (common sense) my daughters were being born. My first moto in the early sixties was a ''Little Indian'' mini bike, 18'' high 3 feet long, with a McCulloch engine 2.5 hp/centrifugal clutch and balloon tires. Then Vespa, next Honda 305 Dream/White....electric start Single carb.....I better stop. Had 20 motos in my yrs. And the best man at my wedding, was the mechanic for the Harley race team from the 60's-70's.

Short track 1/2 mile racing Harleys in the dirt, that'll get yah going. :p
 
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pt109

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I’m not sure I like ‘65 Stangs...
A friend bought one...a ragtop.....four of us went to the racetrack first day he owned it...
....we all lost....:angry:
 

ghost ball

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I played on one of them mustang tables.... you can't place your feet underneath the table. I'm sure if it was a Chevy, it would be more functional.
 

ShootingArts

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team Harley

:p:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:thumbup:....

Only thing that got Me off my bikes was (common sense) my daughters were being born. My first moto in the early sixties was a ''Little Indian'' mini bike, 18'' high 3 feet long, with a McCulloch engine 2.5 hp/centrifugal clutch and balloon tires. Then Vespa, next Honda 305 Dream/White....electric start Single carb.....I better stop. Had 20 motos in my yrs. And the best man at my wedding, was the mechanic for the Harley race team from the 60's-70's.

Short track 1/2 mile racing Harleys in the dirt, that'll get yah going. :p



A friend of mine was a team rider for HD back about the time your friend was wrenching. Carroll Edgens. He built a track and had a bike race one week, cars the next weekend. Some good races there. I was debating racing cars or bikes when I saw a kid practicing on his bike. He was five or six years old and already a national champion. Made me realize that late teens was late to the table to race bikes. I had rode a little dirt but no short track experience.

Hu
 

pwd72s

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I played on one of them mustang tables.... you can't place your feet underneath the table. I'm sure if it was a Chevy, it would be more functional.

Love it..the ol' Ford vs.Chevy car guys stuff.

I currently have an '09 Mustang "Bullitt" model. It's old, slow, and obsolete compared to the newer 'Stangs with it's modest 315 horsepower. I find it to be a well balanced driver that does everything well and nothing in a spectacular manner. It's big plus is that it has given me a bit over 30,000 miles with zero problems...wiper blades, tires, and batter replaced, other service by the book.

On the table? Naw...I'd rather ignore the bling, just have a good playing table. Alas, my house not big enough and I'm not going to kick the cars out of the garage.
 

robertod

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Better make sure those tires are equally pressured, otherwise could make for some serious table rolls.
 

Dead Money

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:p:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:thumbup:....

Only thing that got Me off my bikes was (common sense) my daughters were being born. My first moto in the early sixties was a ''Little Indian'' mini bike, 18'' high 3 feet long, with a McCulloch engine 2.5 hp/centrifugal clutch and balloon tires. Then Vespa, next Honda 305 Dream/White....electric start Single carb.....I better stop. Had 20 motos in my yrs. And the best man at my wedding, was the mechanic for the Harley race team from the 60's-70's.

Short track 1/2 mile racing Harleys in the dirt, that'll get yah going. :p

Short track racing is awesome. Big Fan of the American Short Track Series they show on NBCSN.
 

ROB.M

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Table

I installed the cloth for a guy who builds them.. this one got sold and shipped to Dubai.


Rob.M
 

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