Super easy to maintain, super easy to drive. Smooth running,
reliable Sprint 6 cylinder motor with automatic trans. Has easy
power steering and newly upgraded power disc brakes. It's been very
well restored. Very clean body and solid floors. It's straight,
fits right and doors click shut. Has a smooth quality paint job.
Jambs, underside of hood and trunk lids and trunk compartment is
painted. Majority of the chrome and trim is replaced. Windshield,
window fuzzies, weatherstrips and vinyl top have been replaced. New
GT hubcaaps. Interior is really nice from carpet to headliner. Has
full console, seatbelts front and back and retro stereo. Motor
compartment is clean. Trunk has carpet mat, jack and spare.
Mechanic have been gone through. Original # match engine claimed to
be rebuilt, it looks and runs like it has been. Many parts
replaced- shocks, exhaust, tires, radiator, rebuilt carb, fuel
pump, oil sending unit and completely rebuilt brake system. Parts
are readily available and they are cheap. Anyone can work under the
hood, there is so much room. Resale is excellent. Why not enjoy
driving this classic Mustang?
Power disc brakes
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