1969 Mustang Mach 1. FULLY RESTORED. seller was asking $32,000
Paint is K99 Black-Chroma Base and Dupont paint, Mach 1 stripes, Black interior with red stripe on seats, rebuilt 351 windsor 4-barrel, Auto, 40-over Flat top pistons, 490 high Lift Cam and more, FMX auto, Shaker scoop, twin system, fully restored throughout with mostly original steel. Brand new 20" BOSS wheels and tyres
G'day, very interested in the yellow 69 with the 429, [still need a home for my 460] Do you have more info, seams a tad cheap,
And hows the yellow 71 j code coming along ? got any photos or updates, It's been a while....
All are major or incomplete "G" code projects with no engine or transmission and need complete Restorations. There are some New Parts on average over $1000 per car included . Gray (Grabber Orange) and Blue ones East Coast cars that have a little more Rust than average for this area but have been in California since late 1970's so not totally rusted out (floor pans, trunk floors, bottom of quarters and LH Front Torque Box).
Green one pretty rust free car except under carpet. It will need a minor pull on Front Frame Rail
Yellow one has no Rust at all, but was wrecked hard in the 70's down low on RH side. Got RH Front Floor, Lower Firewall and Front Torque box were damaged.
Car was repaired good enough to get it on the road. Later wrecked in RH Rear so will also need RH quarter panel, outer wheelhouse and RH trunk Floor.
Around 1980 this car was not worth saving and was getting parted out and somebody cut the numbers out of the Shock Towers. Windshield Tag is still there. Has Clean Title and has the original numbers that were cut out. Car is repairable but also has a 1970 F Code rolling stripped shell that that would make a decent donor body for $1500
Gray $10,500 OBO
Blue $10,500 OBO
Green $11,5000 OBO
Yellow $8,500 or $10,000 with Donor Body
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