1969 Mustang GT Convertible Resto-Mod Tribute, Shelby GT-350 Custom Restoration

Price: - Item location: Kennewick, Washington, United States
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Mustang
  • SubModel: Convertible GT Custom
  • Type: Convertible
  • Trim: GT Tribute Custom
  • Year: 1969
  • Mileage: 77,000
  • VIN: 9R03F171582
  • Color: Sunlit Gold
  • Engine size: 351C
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD Automatic Open Rear
  • Interior color: Black
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
  • Options: Convertible
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1969 Ford Mustang GT Tribute Custom

Restored over several years the car has numerous upgrades and is ready for the enthusiast/driver. I have added a picture of the Marti report showing this car was made in San Jose, CA, and started life as a 302 V-8 with a C4 transmission with Lime Gold paint, black power top, power front disc brakes, PS, 2-speed wipers, and tinted glass. During the restoration the paint has been changed to Sunlit Gold, a 351C-2V engine was added for more power along with an FMX transmission. A new convertible top along with new interior seat covers and carpets were added along with a custom center console, radio, and GT steering wheel and after-market tach and gauges. The wheels are new 17"x7" Ultras with new Cooper radials for a classic look.
This is a low mileage solid rust-free car from the West Coast that has all the right stuff to enhance its value. Wilwood 4-piston front brakes and rotors, custom exhaust with long-tube headers and S/S mufflers going to GT tailpipes, S/S gas tank and sender with GT gas cap, Drake mid-eye 4.5 leaf springs on rear and Boss coils on front with new Koni shocks and Drake suspension items added as needed along with a 'Shelby drop' on the UCA with a custom alignment done, Global West sub-frame connectors, new cooling system with 4-row aluminum radiator and custom fans and transmission cooler. The engine is strong and has an Edelbrock intake and new 750cfm carburetor along with an HEI ignition. I am just hitting the highlights I can think of here so if you have any questions just ask, the pictures are recent and show the car in its present condition. It is titled in WA state as a classic car and I have been driving it now during the summer months the past two years.
I am listing this for 10 days with no reserve and a 25k starting bid, serious bidders only with ability to purchase and a 1000.00 non-refundable deposit required. Make sure this is the car for you by having a PPI/inspection done BEFORE the auction ends at any local shop you pick (I can help you with a reputable shop who will inspect the car at your expense). I expect payment in full within 7 days and will assist in shipping the car with any shipper you pick again your expense for car shipping. Ask your questions before auction ends!