1966 ford Mustang coupe. Very nice silver blue metallic paint, blue std interior, 289 V8, auto trans, p/steer, excellent straight rust free body, runs and drives very well. This car is currently being shipped, due to industrial action in LA we are not sure of its arrival date. LHD $25,999
SN3175 1966 FORD MUSTANG 2 +2 FASTBACK COUPE REG: CHASSIS N0: ENGINE NO: $47,500 (Inc GST, Excl Govt Charges if Applicable) MAGNIFICENT CALIFORNIA MUSTANG. Still in Original Left Hand Drive configuration, this ``Very Original and Correct`` 2 + 2 Mustang Fastback Coupe will delight the enthusiast. Finished in luxurious Tahoe Turquoise Paintwork with the correct and matching Aqua Interior Trim, the appearance is a joy to behold and will more than satisfy the expectations of the Mustang follower. On road performance is very good with strong and powerful 289 V8 coupled to the Four Speed Manual Gearbox. A ``Ready To Go No More To Spend`` fine example that will be the envy of all American Classic Car Enthusiasts . Your Early Inspection,Test Drive , followed by a detailed On Hoist review will convince you of the quality and value of this most excellent 2 + 2 Mustang Fastback. Hard To Find As Good as This. To Be Sold with Vic RWC TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ENGINE: 289 FORD V8 FUEL SYSTEM: CARBURETTOR TRANSMISSION: FOUR SPEED MANUAL GEARBOX SUSPENSION: INDIPENDANT FRONT, LIVE AXLE REAR BRAKES: DISC'S FRONT, DRUMS REAR WHEELS: ALLOYS
RESTORED TO CONCOURSE QUALITY • Marti Report • Ford 8" / 2.79 gears • Air conditioning • 289-2V V8 (est. 200hp) • Power steering • Updated stereo • C4 automatic transmission • Power disc/drum brakes Back in 2002, Ford ran a commercial with then-president Bill Ford, Jr answering the age-old question: if you could have one car for the rest of your life, what would it be? He chose a Mustang convertible with a “throaty V8”. Given his last name and position, that was probably a pretty easy wish to grant but it certainly isn’t that way for everyone. If you’ve been searching high and low for a solid Mustang convertible with V8 power and plenty of options, this 1966 model may be the perfect answer. Restored to showroom condition, the car features a healthy 289ci V8, C4 automatic, power steering, front disc brakes, and an updated air conditioning system. Forget show queen – this is daily driver level comfort wrapped in a timeless vintage shell. Here’s how the data plate breaks down according to Ford historian Kevin Marti: 76A: Mustang convertible M: Wimbledon White paint, Ford #1619-A 2D: Red standard bucket seats 20K: Scheduled for build: October 20, 1966 72: San Jose ordering district 0: 2.79 standard axle ratio W: C-4 Cruise-O-Matic transmission The car started its life in California and, judging by the restoration pictures, stayed there (or at least in storage elsewhere) for most of its life. With a straight solid shell as the starting point, the car was destined to turn out well. Today, the body displays razor straight lines and a smooth coat of Wimbledon White paint just as the data plate demands. The car shows well from all imaginable angles and the shut lines are impressively even. When the weather fails to cooperate, a white convertible top extends overhead, matching the paint below surprisingly well. There are no graphics or gimmicks here – just an honest Mustang that makes a strong first impression. Ford knew better than to alter their beloved pony car too much, so the ’66 model featured little more than a handful of revisions over the previous year’s offering. Naturally, all those updates are present and ready for show. Up front, the grille remains very similar to the ’65 but the vertical bars are gone for a cleaner look. A pair of round headlights frame the centerpiece while a showroom-new front bumper and clear turn signals round out the fascia. There is no dramatic hood scoop or stripes, just a sleek white hood capped by Ford lettering. Behind the cowl, crisp glass is outlined by fresh stainless trim and fresh weather-stripping. The side profile offers classic Mustang styling with new badges, chrome door handles, a driver side mirror, and side scoops with three horizontal sweeps. Year-exclusive rocker trim completes the view. To the rear of the car, tri-panel tail lights frame a chrome gas cap while Mustang lettering adorns the lower portion of the deck lid. Below the bumper, reverse lights, bumper guards, and a license plate recess complete the look. As the C code in the VIN denotes, this car was born with a 289ci V8 and that’s exactly what you’ll find there today. Ford rated these engines at a healthy 200hp and, given the size of the car, that equates to a nicely balanced performer. The engine is dressed in Ford Corporate Blue as are the valve covers and the single snorkel air cleaner assembly. Below those pieces lie factory heads and a single Autolite 2-barrel carburetor which bolts to a correct C6OE-9425-A intake manifold. At the front of the bay, an OEM-style radiator works in conjunction with an engine-driven fan which shares its power source with the alternator, power steering pump, and Sanden air conditioning compressor. Spent exhaust gases spiral out through correct cast iron manifolds which bolt to a 2-into-1 exhaust system with a transverse muffler. There is a lot of correct hardware here and, thanks to restorative efforts, all of it shows with authority. From the decals and hoses to the tagged Autolite battery, this bay is a virtual time machine. Put this pony car on a lift and you’ll find an undercarriage every bit as honest as the top side. The floors are solid and coated with a layer of undercoating to make quick work of cleaning. Behind the 289, a C-4 Cruise-O-Matic transmission runs through all gears with ease, transferring power back to an open 8-inch rear end with correct 2.79 gears for easy highway cruising. Over the years, most Mustangs have been relatively nimble cars though the basic suspension configuration remains the same. An independent front with A-arms combines with tried-and-true leaf springs out back for a classic setup. New shocks round out all four corners. For an even better driving experience, this convertible packs factory power steering alongside power front disc and rear drum brakes. The car is easy to drive and impressively responsive to driver input. The vintage chassis meets the road through Firestone 205/70R14 radial tires wrap around steel wheels with wire covers. Between the doors a stylish red vinyl interior offsets the Wimbledon White paint while offering a pleasant place to log miles from. Open the doors to find stainless Ford-branded door sill plates covering the edges of clean red carpet which is protected by red rubber mats. In the center, a factory console makes room for convenience lighting, a chrome shifter, and a storage compartment hidden behind a sliding chrome door. At either side, showroom-fresh bucket seats are wrapped in red vinyl and topped by stainless trim and red seat belts while OEM door panels follow the same pattern. In front of the seats, a familiar double hump dash makes room for an updated AM/FM radio that maintains a relatively original look as well as vents and controls for the updated air conditioning system. Instrumentation is pure FoMoCo with gauges that measure fuel, temperature, oil pressure, alternator output, and speed. In front of those gauges, a red steering column is completed by more flawless bright work as well as a three-spoke steering wheel wrapped in wood. At the back, a red boot conceals the white top while a nicely finished trunk space bring a correct trunk mat and full size spare to the show. This honest pony car is supported by an extensive list of documentation that begins with a standard Marti report that outlines all the car’s original traits. From there, an original owner’s manual highlights all the Mustang’s selling points in vintage Ford marketing speak. The car’s more recent history is documented through a series of restoration photos and receipts that document the work performed by Charles Turner in Apex, NC. There are also a handful of component manuals to cover recent additions to the car. If you’re a diehard Ford fan or a new enthusiast looking for a great first collector car, this Mustang is a great fit. With 289 power and timeless styling, you’ll turn plenty of heads without sacrificing comforts and conveniences like air conditioning, power steering, and disc brakes. If that sounds like a deal to you, get in touch with a quickness. A great Mustang is always worth it!
the add says 4.7 L but it is a genuine S code with a 390 6.4 L big block with power air and power steering factory console C6 auto 9 inch diff edlebrock performer manifold perfect paint job in factory lime gold with matching interior absolutely no rust Full WA rego No time wasters
This magnificent 1971 Ford Mustang Convertible is Queensland complied and registered till December 2015. The engine is a 351ci V8 and it's a sweet motor. It is strong and it sounds great. The transmission is a reconditioned FMX that was done not too long ago. It has a B&M quick shifter. The convertible top has a new hydraulic piston which operates like clock work. The Mustang is a car that you can just hop in and cruise away. For more information contact Ol' School Garage on (07) 3806 8421 or visit our website on www. olschoolgarage.com.au.
1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1, 428 Cobra Jet R-Code with forced induction, shaker scoop, C6 auto transmission. 3.25 9`` traction lock rear with power front disc brakes & power steering. Excellent condition interior, fold away rear Sport Deck. Fully restored, drives beautifully! Comes with a Marti report confirming chassis & VIN tags. Early build vehicle used as a show vehicle by Ford - only 1130 produced.
1969 Mustang Convertible 302 cu in 4 barrel carb. Left hand drive. Power top. on Club Plates ( non transferable). Interior like new. new carpets ,dash and upholstery console No Rust . all bushes replaced . Brakes like new .Disc brakes. Runs and drives well . A nice fun car. Turns heads. I have had car for 7 years and have had no issues with paint. all chrome like new. Air conditioning requires regassing, but it is all there, Priced to sell. negotiable.
1967 FORD MUSTANG FASTBACK. S Code 390 CID Big Block 4 speed manual, fresh restoration from top to bottom. Marti report indicates that only 264 of these units with this paint and trim code were ever produced. Very rare Mustang. Vin: 7R02S121359
73 Mustang Convertible Beautiful 73 Mustang Convertable !! Good running 351 Cleavland Engine with automatic Transmission, Auto Top, Oregon USA Car with no known rust ! New carpets and good upholstery , good rubber !! Priced to sell !! Also has Upgraded Back Glass ! Blue slip provided for sellers peace of mind !! Call or email to view
1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1. 351 Cleveland 4V 4 bolt main caps. New Holley, rubbers, gaskets, windscreen seal, door felts, power steering unit and hoses, new chrome, 9 inch rear end with new posi traction centre. Loads of new stuff to go with this classic project. Available as is. #703
1967 Mustang Convertible. True blue Californian car. It has no rust, very solid and straight. Rebuilt power rams, rebuilt and balanced engine, rebuilt trans. and torque converter. It has new extractors and twin exhaust system, new interior, radiator, belts, hoses, battery cables, water pump, trans. and fuel lines. A great car #701
This is the sort of mustang that needs to be seen in the flesh to understand the quality of this rebuild. Approx 500 miles since total nut bolt rebuild. Yes there is lots of mustangs for sale out there but none like this one. Check the rest out and then come take a look at this one. Suit very fussy buyer. All set up professionally. Drives very smooth your grandmother could drive it. But when you stand on the loud pedal hold on. The car is a very rare optioned car. It is a factory triple black car. Black exterior paint,vinyl roof,black interior. Factory optioned with a 289 v8. Has the original door option plate still fitted. When I started on the car it was a well looked after car. It Still has the red oxide primer on the exterior underside of the floors. The body is super clean,no rust ever..none under the vinyl roof. It was repainted in the original black colour. The panel and paint was 10k, done here in oz. Gun barrel straight panels. The bonnet is a shelby style for extra breathing. The exterior was fitted with all new bumpers,bumper brackets. New indicators front and back,new grill,door handles,boot lock. new horse,corral,rear vision mirror.pedal pads. New correct twin horns,bonnet latch,etc Lots and lots of new parts. Painless wiring system with push button starter. All new rubber weather seals. The engine bay has had all unecessary holes filled and the wiring hidden. Repainted in the original satin black. The engine is a tuffy..around 500hp 347 stroker windsor. It is a dss..cnc machined block . Fitted with scat crank and rods. large roller cam Reworked 800 double pumper holley Sitting on a edelbrock victor junior manifold. Alloy edelbrock victor junior heads with roller rockers. Stud girdle and double valve springs. Has a full msd ignition.msd blaster coil,with msd leads.etc etc Alloy radiator with thermo fan and tranny cooler. Extractors with 2.5" twin exhaust, mandrel bent. sounds tuff with a hot cammy sound. Electric water pump,big millodon sump. Holley billet alloy fuel pressure regulator. etc etc etc Nos system with 100hp jets. never used as yet.. All set up professionally just needs a micro switch fitted to the carb to be used. The transmission is a fully rebuilt and strengthened c4 Shift kit ,manual valve body..with approx..3500 stall convertor. Trans brake fitted. The diff is a 9" with a 3.9 true track centre ,with all new bearings etc. Bigger wheel studs fitted front and back. The fuel tank was modified to a rear fuel pickup. No lean outs. Fitted with a holley pump and big braided fuel line front to back.. Battery fitted in the boot. In marine battery box. New booster and mastercylinder. Tailshaft safety loop fitted. Front brakes are willwood discs and 4 spot callipers. The interior is immaculate. New door trims,seats retrimmed and fitted with new seat foams. New glove box lid,dash surround,kick panels,scuff plates, etc b/m shifter.Autometer tacho. Original push button radio. Original interior roof lining is immaculate. The wheels are weld wheels fitted with new tyres all round. The underside body is very very clean and tidy. Theres probably more I have left out. If you drive this you will want it.
MUSTANG FASTBACK, 1973 MACH 1, CALIFORNIAN CAR FOR RESTORATION, ORIGINALLY RED WITH TAN INTERIOR, 351 CLEVELAND, 9 INCH REAR END, DISC BRAKE, POWER STEERING, SOLID CAR LESS ENGINE AND TRANS. $12,800, 0450 951 499.