This 1965 Ford Mustang convertible project car has been with the seller since 1992 and is powered by a 200ci inline 6-cylinder engine backed by an automatic transmission. Features include bucket seats, brown carpeting, a recently installed power top, manual brakes, and manual steering. This garage-kept yellow Mustang with a black top and black vinyl interior is available now and comes with uninstalled new front seat upholstery and a clear New Jersey title.
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