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Restored 95% Great Daily Driver

Make: Ford
Model: Mustang
Type: Coupe
Year: 1966
Mileage: 50
VIN: On Car
Color: Burgundy
Cylinders: 6
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Natchez, Mississippi, United States

1966 Ford Mustang Additional Info:

I traded a tractor for this 66 mustang. I have no need for a vehicle like this. I am offering this as a no reserve auction. To be fair to bidders I will not sell it off of Ebay. Clear title is in hand.
It had been completely restored by the prior owner. He tore it down the bare body and restored it from there. 95 percent of the parts were new when he put car back together. Here is some of the new parts, front new rear suspension, new brakes, all lines are stainless steel, completely removed any rust and treated to keep it from returning, even in frame rails, new front fenders, new rear quarter panels, new aprons, rock shields, all chrome is new, front grill is new, undercoated inside n out, under- over, inside rear quarters, front fenders, aprons, trunk, cowl and much more. New wiring - front to rear, new lighting. Ceramic paint in engine compartment, and was completely stripped to bear metal, treated the metal and sealed it, ceramic primer. All new BLACK interior INCLUDING a new dash board, new front seat foam, heater box inside car has new heater core and gaskets, new carpet and under lament and mats, stereo, speakers. He claimed to have close to 20K invested in the car. I have no reason to not believe that.

Engine is original 6cyl that was sent to be custom remanufactured by Jasper engines, trans original c4 sent to be rebuilt by Ammco, all new engine parts, radiator new. Odometer shows approx 82k, Engine and transmission have less than 500 miles on the fresh rebuild. Paint is painted back to original, it is a 7 out of 10 job, the shop messed up hood and trunk lid and wouldn't fix it, but it can be fixed and matched eas, original paint code X . He spent 5 years restoring this, He did all the work but engine, trans and final paint. The color is one of two rare colors for 1966. One is Burgundy Poly, and the other Amber Glow.
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