440 four speed with Hurst shifter, vinyl roof
Only two owners before me, this beauty has been exceptionally maintained and is in excellent condition. Numbers matching except it was born an automatic.
Engine rebuilt at 100,000 miles
Factory under coated, complete set of brand new redline tires on original magnum rims.
Extra set of 8 inch rear, 6 inch front Cooper tires on magnums Original eight track a.m. radio. Still works!
Not needed is a brand new (still in the box) interior carpet.
2" inch thick service manual, many extra parts and GTX memorabilia
Located across from Detroit Michigan, seller will pay for and take care of paperwork to get the car back to the USA.
contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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