There is so much to be said about this car and the pictures just don't do this car a justice. Runs and drives very nicely. The 351 Cleveland engine is in great shape! You can also see the hood has the air scoop that IS NOT aftermarket. This scoop came from the factory this way. This car also shifts smoothly and with no problems. There is some surface rust on the underside, but nothing out of the ordinary. If you have any questions about this car, please feel free to shoot us a message. We'll be happy to hear from you!
Crank the way-back machine to 1969 and the “aero wars” taking place in American stock car racing between Chrysler and Ford.
I received this car from someone in New Jersey sight unseen.
My daughter was getting married and wanted a classic car for a wedding car. I tried to rent one from the local car club people but it was no go.
In 1968, Ford Motor Company forged ahead with their intermediate sized muscle car selections.
Very-limited production planned for sports car that can handled a 427 big block
Race among three continuation cars would benefit charity while turning back the clock
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