1970 Ford Mustang
I bought this Mustang 2 years ago, ept it in the garage and drove it to work sometimes and cruised on the weekends. It was a backyard restoration about 9 years ago by the previous owner. They did a good job but not professional. The paint job is a 10 footer (looks pretty good) but not perfect. I have all the receipts from their restoration along with the Marti report. My plan was to do the body work, epaint, /D/B and A/C with an oversized radiator. Last year I lost my garage to storage, nd need some extra cash to build a shop. That said, ou know why I need to sell it. The engine is awesome. I had a 69' years ago with a Cleveland and love the power! Since buying the Mustang, put in a battery, tarter and voltage regulator. I also purchased a set of wheel well trim(not installed) that goes with it. It does have P/S and A/T. The p.o. replaced the hood and added a hood scoop. It has a set of Rally wheels that were painted black with BFG T/A radials that are worn in the rear but fronts have 90% tread. I purchased a set of Craigar rims with new T/A radialsand a original center console with a new armrest cushion that I will include ONLY if the bid goes over $9,000.00 as I amlisting the reserve several thousand less than what I have in it. The interior is in good condition, o rips or tears in the seats or carpet. The car runs real well and is very fast off the line, ence the worn rear tires on the rear. If the winning bid doesn't go over $9K, can sell the tires and rims for $400.00 and the console for $350.00 separately. I've had the car on a lift and theunderside is in great shape! It looks to be undercoated when it was new or young and saved it from rusting away as are the shock towers. There was a worn strut bushing which I replaced, verything else looks good. Has headers with dual exhaust, raction bars and rear air shocks.I also managed to track down the missing rear window chrome trim but it is not installed.