Additional pictures are posted on I-95 Muscle's direct website.
Everyone is after a car like this! Glossy Red paint coats this car
from front to back while a black vinyl top that is in mint
condition offers a little contrast and a classy look. This is a
C-Code car, which means it came with a 289 to start with, and the
current owner claims that the engine, transmission, and air
conditioning are all original numbers matching equipment. The
86,991 miles are also stated to be original, which wouldn't be
surprising considering this Mustang's condition. The power
steering, air conditioning, heat, hazards, wipers, and radio all
work on this car. The short list of flaws consists of a few paint
chips here and there, loose upholstery seems on the drivers seat
cushion, and it needs a turn signal switch in order for the
blinkers to work again. Everything else, down to the horn, works as
Ford intended and is in really great shape. Some rare options
appear to be on this car, with overhead map lights and the wiper
swipe pedal still in tact. Financing is easy and trades are
welcome, so let us help you end your search for a classic Mustang
by calling us today!
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