WoW Here is a 1965 Ford Mustang ConvertibleSurvivor Car- Always garagedAlmost all OriginalNumbers Matching 200 CI 6-Cylinder Engine 3-Speed Manual Transmission97403 Original MilesManual steering and Brakes Drum Brakes front and rear Silver Blue Exterior - Driver quality- There are some road blemishes in the paint There was one repaint on the Mustang Convertible Power Top- Works FineNeeds Back Window There is some minor rust bubbling on the rear quarters Undercarriage is Solid but has some minor surface rust Original Blue interior is in Fair conditionThere is a tear on the drivers seat and back seatNo cracks on the dash Carpet is original and Faded Floor Shift All gauges are working Heat/ Defrost AM/ FM 8- track radio Original Owners Manual and tool kit Included in sale Car is local - Call for appointment Face time Available WE FINANCE/ DELIVER AND SHIP WORLD WIDE
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