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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 07-27-2013, 05:42 PM Thread Starter
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Asking/Offering Price: $19,900
Location: Blue Springs, Missouri
Name: Brad
Year: 1965
Make: Ford
Model: Mustang
Mileage: 2500 on restoration (Unknown mileage on car)
Title Status: Clear and in hand
Transmission: C4 Auto
Drivetrain:FR


ENGINE and EXHAUST:
302 Block Stroked/ blue printed/ balanced punched out to 333
Eagle rods, Eagle crank, SRP pistons, ARP head studs
Edelbrock performer RPM heads 2.02 valves
Edelbrock performer rpm intake
Edelbrock 650cfm carb
Lunati Voodoo cam .522/.538--268/276
1.6 Roller Rockers
9 Qrt Moroso oil pan
Electric fuel pump
Electric cooling fan and 3 core aluminum radiator
Dynomax Ceramic coated Longtube headers
2 1/2" Magnaflow exhaust
Magnaflow mufflers and X pipe

DRIVETRAIN and WHEELS/TIRES:
Fresh TCI built C4 transmission
3800 Rich Dourty stall converter
8" rear end (little bit noisy) 3.55 gear W/Detroit locker
17x8 Inch American Racing Hopsters
235 45R17 BFG G-Force sport tires all 4 corners

SUSPENSION and BRAKES:
Front suspension and steering 100% new and rebuilt
Shelby drop front GT springs
1 inch front sway bar
Calvert racing mono leaf leaf springs 1 inch lower (not installed)
Calvert racing Caltracs traction bars (not installed)
Subframe connectors
Front disc power brake conversion

INTERIOR and EXTERIOR:
Corbeau A4 front buckets
Wood ringed 3-spoke steering wheel
Custom rear bench, A-pillars and door panels covered in black suede
All new Painless wiring harness in whole car
Radio delete panel (All wiring still there custom autosound radio included)
6x9 speakers in rear deck lid
Full TPI Gauge pack 6 Gauge
New factory carpet
Windows have MO legal tint (all glass original)
Trunk has custom finish panels
Fibergalss Cowl hood (factory hood included painted to match)
New front and rear bumpers
GT rear valance
Custom grille with mustang logo
Custom Bright Sunset Orange paint
Under coated and painted to match exterior of car


MISCELLANEOUS:
Converted to a modern 130amp internally regulated alternator
Tinted windows
Undercoated and then painted to match the rest of the car which is a sunset orange
New floor pans were the only thing that had to be replaced
Car is 99% rust free (Its 48 years old there has to be rust hiding somewhere)
It was media blasted to bare metal before the repaint in 2007


Everything in this car has been gone through over the past 5-6 years and is only reading @2500 miles on the clock. (Actual mileage is unknown for the car.)

Title is clear and in hand ready to go.
Folder full of receipts for over $35,000 during the restoration of this Mustang
There will be other parts that go with the car
-Factory Glass
-Factory Hood
-Factory Original door panels
-Edelbrock Carb rejet kits
-Door and trunk seals
-Small jar of touch-up paint
-Many other misc parts and pieces.

I traded for this about a year ago changed somethings, and fixed some things that where not do quite right most of all just have enjoyed driving it for a bit. Im ready for something new or just having cash in the bank.



Its fun, when it runs......
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No interest huh.....

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you interested in swap/trade plus cash for a 2013 boss 302 laguna secs? still on its mso btw. never registered.
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Wait...he is asking $20K for his car...you had to pay at least $40K for the 2013 Boss and you are offering it plus cash for the '66

I don't have a dog in this race but that just doesn't add up.

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you interested in swap/trade plus cash for a 2013 boss 302 laguna secs? still on its mso btw. never registered.
id love to but unfortunately i dont have as much cash available as you are probably needing/wanting.

and it would have to be grabber blue

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I'm in no position to buy another coupe, but I wish I was! perfect and balanced build and I love the look and sound. I just wanted to give you some props (if kids still say "props") and good luck with the sale!



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Wait...he is asking $20K for his car...you had to pay at least $40K for the 2013 Boss and you are offering it plus cash for the '66

I don't have a dog in this race but that just doesn't add up.


He's asking for the car PLUS cash for his Boss, not the other way around.

"Natalie", '66 Coupe, aka "Jinx", "Jinxie Natalie" (everything goes wrong..)
289, Holley Carb, Edelbrock Intake/Water Pump, Northern Rad
3.55 with Posi, Zoom Clutch
Next On the Agenda:
Interior - Soundproof, new carpet, tilt column (done), seat extenders, Motolita MK3 (done)
Exterior/Body/Performance:T5 (done) weatherstripping, power steering (done)
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