Here's the story...A customer of mine's brother bought the car 15 years ago from a person who just wanted to get rid of it. Apparently, the guy's girlfriend had a disagreement with him and took a razor blade to every part of the interior. The brother started the disassembly and was going to make it a father-son project but the son lost interest so my customer bought it, towed it to his warehouse and there it has sat. I have known about the car for the last 6-7 years and about every 6 months or so I would ask him if he wanted to sell the mustang. His answer was always no. It became sort of a running joke, always the same question, always the same answer. Then, about 6 weeks ago, again I asked the question and to my surprise he said he was thinking about getting rid of it. He said he had too many projects and he didn't think he would have enough time fix it up. If you look in the picture of the passenger side of the mustang you can see his other project he wants to complete, a 57 Chevy hardtop. When he gave me the price I told him I would take it. It is an original Texas car so it has been spared a lot of the rust issues you normally see. It has had the driver's floor panel replaced but it appears pretty solid. The fenders are in the passenger compartment along with the seats. the doors are leaning against the passenger side. All the original glass is there as well.