1964 1/2 Mustang Coupe
She's a beauty !! Bumper to bumper super clean owned since 1980
Total restoration 1998-2002
All parts purchased a thru Mustang Corral an authentic Mustang shop Edwardsville Il. Receipts included . They also replaced wiring harness when they reconnected the original 260 cu motor. The automatic transmission was also rebuilt at that time. New parts included carburetor, distributor, regulator, starter and solenoid. Reconditioned generator, factory LTD air conditioner, radiator, heater core, slave cylinder-power steering, and power brakes.
Interior has bucket seats re-cushioned all seats upholstered-red .New red carpet.Has original liquid tubed radio and Jensen Mustang cassette deck.
Mustang steel mags along with stock rims and hub caps. Tires are 2 years old-BF Goodrich radials driven regularly to keep tires pliable and engine lubed.
Under the hood is a super clean with original color scheme white firewall/fenders along with a gold accented 260 motor.
Underside is rock solid
Always stored in garage.
Driven approximately 2000 miles since restoration
Awesome running car!!
Price $21000 negotiable
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