This 1966 Mustang has been gone through and brought back to it's original mechanical condition. The following is some of what was done to the car. The car has a new paint job. The 289 engine and automatic C4 transmission were both rebuilt. The gas tank is new and the carburetor has been rebuilt. The interior has been redone. The headliner, front and rear glass seals have been replaced with new chrome trim. The front and back seats are redone and new floor carpets have been installed with new seat belts, vent windows have been replaced, new sill plates, seat side chrome molding and new radio, visor brackets and new rear view mirror are new, Steering wheel and horn button, and a dash pad.
This is a car you can be proud to own and drive. Turn the key and go.
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