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1969 Ford Mustang Coupe Manual Transmission - $7,500 (Chico)

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condition: fair
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 57408
paint color: custom
title status: clean
transmission: manual
type: coupe
odometer rolled over
I have a 1969 Ford Mustang Coupe I have decided to sell. I drove this car in high school and then parked it with the big idea of fixing it up. Then it has sat for over 16 years. I have started it to move it from time to time but never got around to fixing it up. I now have a family and I figured if I keep this car, it would be another 18 years until I can get to it. Honestly, I rather spend the money on something that I can use.

I do have a clean title on this car in hand. No back fees, and it is on non-op right now. It has a 302 engine and a 4 speed MANUAL transmission. That was the best part of this car, it is a manual, not an automatic. This car fires right up. It has a 4-barrel carburetor on it. I have not done much to this car. Again, had big ideas, but never did it. The 4-speed manual transmission was an absolute blast! This is still considered a project car. When I decided to park it, I pulled out the new carpet that I bought for it in high school, and removed most of the interior pieces, thinking that I will paint the inside first and get the inside up to par, then rebuild the engine, make into a stroker, etc. Well, pulling out the carpet and interior was all I manage to do. Good news, I still have the carpet in the ben and it looks to be in good condition.

There is minor rust on it in the back below the rear bumper area, and also under the driver’s side floor pan, but nothing major. The left rear panel needs to be worked on due to an accident before my time. You can see in the pictures. It needs a rear window due to it broke in the past. I have many miscellaneous parts that will go with it. All in all, it is a very good car, and would make a great project. The tires on it now are tires off of a trailer so that I can move it around. It will start and drive but it will need to be towed away.

I am asking $7500 for this car. Please no trades. If you are interested, please contact Jared. If I do not answer, please leave a message and I will get back to you for sure.

Thank you!

post id: 7746599971

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