1971 Ford Mustang Boss 351 - 66K miles. Needs resto... Engine is
complete as pictured. Started it. It runs quiet with solid lifter
tick. No smoke or unusual noises. VIN on Block. Original engine,
carb, dist etc. 4 speed RUG-AV1. with gear reducer etc. 3.91 rear
complete with tag. Original 15' rims, trim rings and hub caps
Original rev limiter Bottom of car has been scraped to show much
original 'SLOP' paint still on underside. Has a dent in LH rocker.
Repair had been started but not finished. Missing: Original
radiator, alternator, space saver spare, AM 8 track. Maybe shifter
handle and 'T' Needs some rust/repair: Front aprons and core
support. Has new wheel houses installed. Trunk floor needs
finished. Tail light panel installed Original quarters. Rear lower
quarters have been repaired. Driver floor. Appears rain/water rust
from the inside New std interior seat covers. (aftermarket) New
radiator (aftermarket) New RH apron (aftermarket) New Tail light
panel (aftermarket) New bumpers (aftermarket) + original used New
misc aftermarket parts. Some pictured Doors are original. Fender
are not. Fenders/doors are rust free. Please Note The Following
**Vehicle Location is at our clients home and Not In Cadillac,
Michigan. **We do have a showroom with about 25 cars that is by
appointment only **Please Call First and talk to one of our reps at
231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
1971 Ford Mustang
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