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1969 Ford Mustang Base Hardtop 2-Door

Sale price: $US 4,700.00
Last update: 7.07.2017
For sale by: Private Seller

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Condition:Used
Year:1969
Mileage:50,000
Transmission:Automatic
Manufacturer:Ford
Body Type:Coupe
Model:Mustang
Warranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Trim:Base Hardtop 2-Door
Vehicle Title:Clear
Engine:6.4L 6391CC 390Cu. In. V8 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
Options:Rim blow steering wheel, 390 S Code with C-6 Automatic, Power Disc Brakes and Power steering, deluxe decor interior
Drive Type:RWD
Power Options:Air Conditioning, power disc brakes
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Exterior Color:Blue
Interior Color:Blue
Disability Equipped:No
Number of Cylinders:8
:“Restorable, rare factor Dearborn Engineering test car. Documented, 1 of 3 built and driven from the assembly line to the engineering center in Dearborn Michigan. Gentleman's muscle car. Winter Blue with the deluxe decor interior with rim blow, and selct air option. No engine and transmission are in the car. I have a great running 1970 390 engine and C-6 Mustang transmission for this car. I have over $8,000 in parts that go with this car, including a set of ported and rebuilt 428 Cobra Jet heads and rare factory exhaust manifolds. The manifolds are clean and straight with no cracks.”
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1969 Ford Mustang Base Hardtop 2-Door for Sale
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am private party, not dealer: Up for sale is my (personal owned)1969 Ford Mustang Coupe, code 390, C6 Automatic, factory air conditioning car. According to Kevin Marti, this is of cars with the 390 engines at the Dearborn Engineering Facility in 1968. This vehicle came to me with 1970 front clip. This was the only one that was winter blue in color. have thousands of dollars of NOS parts and other parts for this project not pictured. This is an extremely rare car. have nice set of 428 exhaust manifolds and heat stove with partial snorkel assembly. have rebuilt set of 428 cobra jet heads, date coded 1967 that are polish and ported, ready to install ($1300). have completely rebuilt Air conditioning evaporator and heater box. have 1970, 390 that came out of my Ford truck that ran great for this car and C6 transmission from period correct Mustang. This car has many desirable options such as the deluxe decor interior and rim blow wheel (missing), power front disc brakes, blue interior, shifter on the floor with no console. This was gentleman's muscle car! have professionally rebuilt, period correct, Autolite-Holley, date code correct for this car ($850) plus date code-date correct intake from the famous Grand National mechanic Denny Aldridge. have complete, new, never installed FORD AC KIT with clutch and brackets and pulleys for this car. have NOS set of front disc brakes and Kelsy Hayes calipers to make this car compatible to Boss 302 front disc brake set up. Too many parts to list. Serious inquiries only. No tire kickers. This is of Mustang Coupes specifically built for the Ford Dearborn Engineering Facility. This is rare piece of automotive history. have clear title for this car along with the original build sheets from Lois Eminger-Kevin Marti. Frame rails are nice, have new complete floor pans, and new quarter panels. have new set of front seat foams from CJ Auto Parts (Mustangs). have like new, original shifter for this project. have another nice lower dash panel (metal frame) as the original item has hole cut out for fog lights. Car located in Duluth, Minnesota. 


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