MUSTANG 1968, complete reno done in 2010 with its FULL
DOCUMENTATION going along with its sale. It is in PRISTINE
CONDITION with only 11000 miles on rebuilt engine 289, V8
engine, 5 speeds transmission, 4 disc brakes and hand brake
upgrades. With obviously 0 rust inside out.
This mustang in a pristine condition and looks as if it pas just out of its sales showroom. Extremely reliable, I do drive it at least once a week when weather permits and most frequently going to Montauk Long Island for the day or week end.
It is garaged, obviously, with heat and/or Ac as needed.
The renovation was done on 2011 with a fantastic paint quality as per all paint expert says. As said, I do have all receipts of needed parts for the renovation and reno itself as well as all maintenance receipts since I own it on August 19, 2014.
I bought this car from a Ford dealer located in MN and for your information I drove it back to New York city in a beautiful trip of 1200 miles within 3 days......with 0 issue.
A dream to drive.
Please find here below a few information about the car:
APPRAISED at $50K on 04.10.2011 by Bob Holland, Woodbury MN
Renovation done by:
COMPETITION ENGINES, Eagan MN + MODERN DRIVELINE + APPLE VALLEY FORD, Apple Valley MN + STRAIGHT LINES CUSTOMS, Shakopee MN + RODE'S RESTORATION, Galion OH + A to Z GLASS + C&E AUTO UPHOLSTERY, Savage MN
Include 6 upgrades (great when driving on highways):
1. Rebuilt engine with Edelbrock carburetor
2. 5 speed Ford Motorsport transmission
3. Power steering (turn with one finger on the steering wheel)
4. 4 disk brakes (brake on a dime)
5. Pipe mufflers (beautiful deep noise)
6. Shelby wheels with 235/40Z tires
As said, I do have full documentation the entire renovation and parts needed. The interior is pristine including seats covers, carpet and so on.
I will answer any questions and I will help to arrange with local pick up or international buyers.
Email and/or phone calls are welcome. I will send additional pics to serious buyers ONLY.
I reserve the right to end the auction at any time as the car is for sale locally.
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