Ford Mustang A-code V8 Cabriolet 1967 rebuilt engine
This Ford Mustang cabriolet was new delivered on the 1st of August 1967 in Omaha Nebraska. It is an A-Code V8 Mustang with the 4 barrel Holley carburettor. The car has the original paint colour Lime Gold Metallic with a black leather interior. The car is in a very beautiful condition. In 2018 the V8 engine was fully rebuilt in our workshop. Furthermore the car has power steering and double exhaust. So an A-Code Mustang convertible, ready for lots of driving fun.
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