1969 Ford Mustang H Code Sportsroof "The Money Trap" 427 FE 2x4
Tunnelport Sideoiler 428 Crank Making the Engine 454 Cubic Inches
Factory AC/AD Ford Drag Race Carbs Tunnelport 2x4 Single Plane
Intake Factory Ford Deep Oil pan Engine was fully detailed and
polished and needs it again C6 automatic with 2500 Stall 9" rearend
with Factory 31 Spline axles San Jose Built California car all it's
life Zero rust anywhere All original panels Rear Seat Delete but
factory wheel houses so a backseat can easily be installed Subframe
connectors Autometer Tach ubular automotive Headers Brand new
battery relocated to the trunk Fresh brake service (drums front and
back) Turn key ready to drive Hood is steel with scoop added Cragar
wheels are new. Graphics are hand painted on. All trim has been
painted black. No issues. Engine doesn't smoke. Great oil pressure.
Doesn't get hot. The quarter vents, rear valance, marker lights
have been smoothed. The car has all original sheet metal and body
panels. It's rust free. Starts right up and is very tame for the
street. Great street manners. Not a racecar. Rust free 69 with a
427 sideoiler Tunnelport that's a blank canvas. Please Note The
Following **Vehicle Location is at our clients home and Not In
Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a showroom with about 25 cars that
is by appointment only **Please Call First and talk to one of our
reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
1969 Ford Mustang
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