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post #1 of 1 (permalink) Old 11-01-2016, 07:35 AM Thread Starter
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Location: New Jersey, USA
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1966 Coupe Restomod

Finish My Project.

1966 Mustang Coupe restomod project for sale. Have 95% of the parts to complete the car, just needs paint and a few miscellaneous parts. My end vision was to be a 351 Cleveland with front and rear coil over suspension, 4 wheel disc brakes and a T-5 manual transmission.

It has been soda blasted and primed. The rear quarter panels have been repaired, there are rust spots on the both lower door panels and both fenders. I have the repair panels and aftermarket replacement doors and fenders, you can choose how to fix them. Complete pony interior kit ready to be installed. 3Ē cowl fiberglass hood, as well as the original hood. Has the original console, which needs to be restored.

The Brakes and coil overís were done by Martz Chassis in Pennsylvania. The shock towers were replaced with aluminum panels. I have the 4:11 gears for the rear that needs to be installed. There is steel tube reinforcing the unibody to create a frame that accommodates for the larger, more powerful engine. The T-5 is attached to a 351 Cleveland block and installed in the car for mock up. I have a rebuilt 351 Cleveland with a Boss valve job ready to install, it was rebuilt by a local machine shop and has been in a climate controlled storage unit for about 2 years. The T-5 is used and should probably be rebuilt. The car was used by American Autowire to create their 1964-1966 rewire kit. All has been rewired, but the ends need to be terminated.

I have too many parts to list, but here is a sampling of what I have for the car. Billet serpentine belt kit with pulleys, A/C compressor and power steering. Air conditioning retro fit kit. Aluminum radiator. New exhaust. Complete audio system (Stereo, speakers, amp, cd-changer). Tires and rims. New clutch and flywheel along with the parts to make a hydraulic clutch system. Electronic dash gauges. There is much more that I have, I honestly forget all I accumulated over the years, but the majority of them are new.

I am asking $14,500 with the kwik-lift or $14,000 without. The car is located in northern New Jersey.

PM if interested.
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