My Dad purchased this car from a little old lady when I was 14 (1974). My father was a Parts Manager at a Ford dealership in Bridgeport, CT. The car was never in an accident. My father had Frank (the best engine guy in town) restore the engine right away. After that, the car sat enclosed inside until about 2006 when my Dad decided to continue his work using all of the talents of his relationships and original parts he had collected. My Dad died suddenly in 2016. The only job left was to replace the headliner and I see a small tear in the driver's seat seam. Technically, the car was built in 64 1/2.
Mom and I shipped the car enclosed from CT ($1300). The car drives very well although we have not taken it out only to get gas and to the Treviso Bay clubhouse & pool since it's arrival. We are ready to sell as we don't take advantage of its beauty and the car is best driven.
Certificate of Title states: 2 Dr HTP
There is no air condition, however fun to drive here in Naples during the winter season with windows down ... it's not a rev'd up model, our mustang is a beautiful car for a Sunday drive or to participate in shows to have fun with ! It's definately an eye-turner as people reminiscent of their teen years.
A soft grey cover is included with the car.
We hope to find a buyer who will make my Dad proud of his hard and love for mustangs!
Pick of the Day is an electric-converted pony car done back in 1995
The Pick of the Day is one of the iconic 1969 prototypes built by Kar Kraft for Ford, turned into a quarter-mile competitor
As the saying goes, ‘better late than never.’
Most Americans want to see a pony parked in the driveway
It took a decade, but Harry Donovan’s pony is back on the road
They’ll take some work, but you could make some money back and learn a lot
Most powerful and quickest factory version to arrive later this year