1965 "Electric" Ford Mustang Coupe ... My Dad's Electric Dream
Price just reduced by $8,000!! Was $32,500 now $24,500 for a quick sale or trade.
My Dad had an idea, completed in July 1995, to build a "Classic
He found the '65 Mustang Coupe and contracted "E-Car" to do the electric transformation and contracted Gerhard Wagner to do the restoration.
Pictures of the magazine article are shown.
The car had been in several car shows, back in 1995.
It was also displayed at Nike Hillsboro campus, at PGE Portland and in Mustang Illustrated November 1995 issue.
The car has sat, garaged and under a car cover for the last 22 years.
Some batteries were removed and disconnected.
It's time to let go of the past and have someone enjoy this dream that my father had.
All the paperwork and receipts included.
I have a clean, clear title.
Read more at http://www.northwestclassicautomall.com/ClassifiedAds.html?cid=1&pid=9749&step=4#tL6ILC7rPB4Bhk5K.99
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