1969 Ford Mustang Coupe finished in medium blue paint. PAint has a
nice shine to it. Powered by the 200 Inline 6 that is paired up
with an 3-speed manual transmission. Upholstery has been recently
redone to the blue vinyl buckets you see today. Seat belts intact
with shoulder harnesses on both sides. New clutch, gas tank, and
radiator installed between 2017-2018. Front and rear bumper have
been rechromed along the line and looks nice. There are some spots
on the driver's side door jam that could use some minor touch up.
Fuel gauge, temp gauge, oil pressure and alternator gauges all in
working order. Custom stereo install in the dash with a hidden
digital readout by pushing the chrome piece to the right and vice
versa; additional 6x9's installed in the rear deck. Wipers are
working. Stock sounding Mustang!
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Give us a call at 507-386-1726 or email
"[email protected]" to inquire about this vehicle.
TRADES WILL BE CONSIDERED AND FINANCING IS AVAILABLE
This particular vehicle IS ELIGIBLE for an extended warranty! Ask
us for more details!
•••MN residents are responsible for tax, license and title
procurement fees. Out of state buyers will only have a $125 Title
Procurement fee, no tax or other fees charged.•••
1969 Ford Mustang
Exterior Color:Medium Blue
Stock Number:# 5896
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