**SOLD** Deposit pending
Ford Mustang Fastback 1967 for sale project car for sale. Clear Title. Original Burgundy Exterior paint, with black interior, 289ci 4bbl and 4 speed manual trans. Unfortunately I already have too many projects to do this one. This car is mostly complete, missing seats.
It’s a factory A Code, 289ci. Engine was sold, no longer into the car. I have another date correct block that comes with the car.
Factory 4 speed manual transmission, it is in good shape, shifts smoothly.
8’’ rear end
Electrical components are still in good condition, front lights, rear lights, flasher works.
Braking system is complete and functional, drum brakes all around
New flowmaster exhaust
New leaf springs rear
Body needs restoration. Floors are in good condition, they were redone 15 years ago, no holes or major rust, I scraped the undercoating on the ‘’worst’’ spots to find minor surface rust. Framerails and torque boxes are in good condition. It needs quarters (new included), rockers (New included), front aprons and front fenders.
Comes with all the windows (doors, windshield, back glass)
4x GT wheels with center caps and rings
This is a project car and is not suitable for road use as is. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions. Thank you.
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