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1969 Mustang Sportsroof For Sale

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1969 Ford Mustang Fastback. Here is a list of things that have been updated since I got the car in December of 2012. I have not found ANY notable rust on this car. I have turned 98% of the nuts and bolts on this car and know it from front to back. From what I was told, the owner before me had this car garaged for 20 years before it was sold before me. When I bought it, it was in primer and had no interior. I have the original license plate also. I was also told before I bought it, this car was a Mach 1 … it is not .. I pulled the Marti Report and it is just a 1969 Sports Roof.

 

1)      Holley Electronic Fuel Injection

2)      Stainless Steel Fuel Lines

3)      Stainless Steel Brake Lines

4)      Stainless Steel Transmission Lines

5)      2 Core Aluminum Radiator

6)      Wilwood Front Disc Brakes

7)      Ididit Tilt Steering Column

8)      Kenwood Sound System

9)      TMI Front Seats

10)   Keyless Entry

11)   4 Link Coil Over Adjustable Rear Suspension

12)   Power Rack and Pinion Coil Over Front Suspension

13)   1970 4 Valve 351 Cleveland Engine

14)   Re-Sealed Automatic C-4 Transmission (Original to the car)

15)   Classic Cragar Wheels (Aluminum)

16)   255 Cooper Tires on Rear, 235 Cooper Tires on Front

17)   Fold-down Rear Seat

18)   New Fuel Tank

19)   New Gauges to Include Tachometer  

20)   Replaced the Heater Core

21)   Replaced the Thermostat with a 185* Thermostat

 

Here is a list of some things that I feel needs to still be done.

 

1)      Re-Upholster the Rear Seat

2)      Repair the Driver’s Side Door (The car was lowered onto a jack stand)

3)      Replace the door felts (both doors have rust bubbles forming in the front corners due to the chuckleheads that installed them not doing it correctly and them leaving the car outside in the weather … I have always kept the car garaged)

4)      Replace the Rear window Seal Correctly by the Manufacturer’s Specifications. (Again, the Chuckleheads at the shop I bought the car from did this incorrectly and it leaks. They also tried to fix it with seam sealer! Damn idiots)

5)      Connect Power to the Clock

6)      Replace the Heater Controls

7)      Needs a Paint Job (Currently it has a 30 Foot Paint Job. If you get any Closer than that … you go ACK !!!)

 

I am brutally honest, as I would want the same in return. I have invested NEARLY $80k. I know there is no way in hell that I would get that out of this and knew that going into this. I will not take anything less than $27k for the car and that is my rock bottom $. If you want more picture just ask. If you want to come see the car in person, just ask.

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Nice 69! I see folks looking for 69 fastbacks all the time on different Mustang sites, and for $27k don't think it'll take long to sell. Good luck. 

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