Stk#091 1965 Ford Mustang Painted Ragu Red with like new front and rear bumpers. The tail lights, side vent chrome, dual outside mirrors are all like new. The grill bar looks good as does the grill trim. The grill looks good. New head lights. The emblems are good and the ant3enna is like new. The Rocker panel molding is like new, the glass is good. Rubber and felt are good. Window trim is good. Nice car. The interior is new white vinyl with the bucket seats, back seat, door panels, arm rest and bases, headliner and sun visors all done in white. The dash pad is black and new. The sill plates, black carpet are new. There is an AM radio, instrument cluster is new. The glove box door is new. Automatic in the floor, rear view mirror is new. The package tray is white with new dual speakers. The engine is a 289 with Automatic transmission. There is a newer water pump, new battery, Edelbrock air cleaner painted blue. Runs and handles good. Visit our site at www.ecoastcc.com for more info.
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