*289 A CODE*, *AUTOMATIC*, *2 FAMILY OWNED*. This Mustang came from
the lady who drove it in high school and her dad had bought from
the original owner she thought back in 1969. They used it in high
school and college and then has been sitting since. MECHANICAL- It
appears to have the factory engine and transmission, power steering
and brakes. It runs good and I have drove it around 5 miles. The
brakes pull to one side as it has been sitting. EXTERIOR- The body
does have some rust on the lower fenders and rear quarters. The
paint appears to be mostly original except a couple spots where it
has probably had some work years ago. UNDERNEATH- The underneath
looks pretty good except a couple bad spots in the front floor
pans. The frame is good except the very rear where it will need
some repair. INTERIOR- The interior appears to be original and
could be used as is if detailed. This will be a great car to
restaore as I was planning on doing but not enough time. Located in
1965 Ford Mustang
Location:Brookings, South Dakota
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