Stk#058 1966 Ford Mustang Convertible Painted Blue with a white convertible top. The front & rear bumpers look good; tail lights look good. Gas cap is like new. The backup lights are good, as is the dual outside mirrors. All the glass is good; Rocker panel moldings are good. The grill is good, antenna is good, emblems are good, Steel styled wheels and trim rings look good. Grand Am white letter tires are good. New disc brakes up front, new gas tank and sending unit. Looks good! The interior is the original blue with bucket seats. Seat belts, door panels, carpet, dash pad, gauges all look good. There is a Sun Pro Tach mounted in the floor. JV AM/FM/Cassette player. Blue rubber floor mats are good. White convertible top with boot cover. Looks good inside. 289 engine has been rebuilt with 500 miles. 4 speed transmission, new clutch, new pressure plate. New heads, Weiand grooved aluminum valve covers in black. Edelbrock carb, Edelbrock air cleaner, new ignition is electronic, headers, newer belts and hoses, chrome oil dip stick. Dual exhaust, new Detroit locker 2:80 gears. Runs and Handles good, shifts out good. Visit our site at www.ecoastcc.com for more info.
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