Owner has 4 Mustangs, and loves to drive them! Bought this unique car as the T-5 story is so special of a story. He feels this one on the other hand is just to nice too drive as much, and has decided to sell. Rotisserie Restoration Preformed in early 2000 and completed in 2010. It was purchased from the daughter of the gentleman who had the restoration performed. There we only 173 – 1969 T-5 Fastback built, and they are the rarest of Fastback models! (See Marti Report)
9 = 1969
T = Metuchen, New Jersey
02 = Fastback
H = Optional 250 H.P. 351 C.I. V8 2 bbl
63A = Sports roof Standard
M = Wimbledon White
2D = Red Vinyl Bucket Seats
14C= March 14th
92 = Import
6 = 3:00.1
180378 = Unit Number
Engine Block Number- C90E-6015-B
Our research indicates that a 1968 -1969 Windsor 351 engine should have the following block numbers. If you review pictures 159 – 162 on our website, that may in fact be the numbers on this engine.
Buyer are required- To do their own research to verify the researched codes above are correct.
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