EXPERTLY RESTORED '69, BUILT 351 V8, 4 BBL, AUTO, FLOWMASTERS, COLD FACTORY AIR!
You won't get any arguments from us that the 1969 Ford Mustang is the best-looking of all pony cars. Cars like this sleek coupe exude muscle and performance, and with a few well-chosen upgrades, from the strong-running 351 to the all-new interior, it's insanely affordable for the quality that you get.
Code W is Meadowlark Yellow, and it's this car's original color. We like the subtle paint on a car built for combat, although we'd hardly call this car a sleeper. The paint and bodywork were restored a few years ago and still look fantastic, with good panel gaps and just the right shine to the finish. You'll note that a few GT-spec upgrades have been added, including a chin spoiler and black stripes along the rockers, giving it a menacing look overall. Some of you might be puzzling over the hood scoop, which almost looks authentic but is actually a custom-built piece that was taken from a Torino GT, scaled to fit the Mustang, then custom-fabricated to force-feed the small block V8 nice cool air. Very trick! It's also got hood pins, a GT gas cap, and a quartet of exhaust pipes sticking out from under the rear bumper to complete the GT look. Beautiful chrome bumpers, some polished stainless trim, and those three-element taillights round out the traditional Mustang look.
The black interior is mostly new, too, including the Mach 1 style Comfort-Weave seat covers, carpets, and door panels, all of which have an upscale look that suits the formal coupe just fine. An aftermarket 3-spoke steering wheel has a period performance vibe and a leather wrap, and the deep-set gauges show crisp, clear markings that say they were professional restored. They're joined by a pair of auxiliary dials on the center console, which is a very neat installation, plus a column-mounted tachometer. This coupe is also loaded with options, not the least of which is factory A/C which still blows cold and uses R12 refrigerant. An AM/FM/cassette radio is merely filling space in the dash, but that means the car is ripe for a proper upgrade that should be easy to do. In back, this coupe offers a rather spacious trunk that's outfitted with a neatly-trimmed mat and what might be the original spare tire.
Under that functional ram-air hood scoop you'll find a built 351 cubic inch V8. It was recently rebuilt and runs superbly. A 4-barrel carburetor inhales nice cold air and shoves it into a set of mildly reworked heads, enough to make an estimated 330 horsepower but not so much that it's cranky and fussy. Correct details like the air cleaner assembly, Ford Blue paint on the block, and accessory finned valve covers lend a proper Ford performance look and even the original A/C compressor remains in place doing its thing. It's backed by a 3-speed automatic transmission that cracks through the gears without hesitation, making this muscular coupe feel potent and with 3.00 gears out back, it's ready for your next long-distance road trip. The undercarriage got a thorough makeover as well, featuring long-tube headers, a new Flowmaster exhaust system, fresh gas tank, new shocks, and those handsome Magnum 500 wheels wrapped in 225/60/15 BFGoodrich T/A radials.
With less than 2500 miles on the restoration, this is a car that was built without regard to profits. Now you can reap the benefits by grabbing a very high-quality car for pennies on the dollar. Call today!
- AM/FM Radio
- Cassette Player
- Air Conditioning
- Vinyl Interior
- Front Disc Brakes
- Power Brakes
- Power Steering
- Seatbelts (Front)
- Seatbelts (Rear)
- Transmission Spec
- Front Brakes
- Rear Brakes
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