Up for sale in our Detroit Showroom is the beautiful fully restored 1969 Ford Mustang Coupe. This beautiful Mustang will steal the show from its contenders! With a very bright Wimbledon White finish on its recently restored exterior it is hard not to see this beauty rolling by! The interior is a beautifully restored Black vinyl with Hi-Back bucket seats, center console, and being completely restored recently this interior looks as good as the day it was new. This 1969 Coupe is powered by a monster 302 CID V8 engine, driven by the Ford C-4 automatic transmission, and backed by the Ford 8" posi traction rear end. Do not miss your chance to own one of America's most desirable muscle cars! You can hear this stallion coming from blocks away with the new headers and dual exhaust system on it! Be the roar everyone is talking about in the neighborhood! This Mustang is a great buy having a list of new parts a mile long and with the recent restoration which includes new painless wiring system, rebuilt heads, the fuel system was redone, the interior, and suspension and steering with less than 5,000 miles on the car since completion. Options on this beautiful Mustang for sale are: AM/FM radio with cassette player, vinyl interior, alloy wheels, raised white letter radial tires, and seat belts. For additional information on the clean and mean 1969 Ford Mustang for sale in our Detroit showroom please contact us at 313-982-3100, to view the car in more depth and a HD video please visit us on the web at www.GatewayClassicars.com
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