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1969 Mustang Fastback
Marti Report Verified
Factory 351 Windsor
Factory 4-Speed Manual Transmission
Factory Sport Deck Rear Seat
Factory 9" 3.25 Ratio Differential
Numbers Matching 351 Windsor
Very Solid Example
Original Floors & Quarters!
Looking for the Mustang you can get in guilt free & drive? Maybe you are looking for a builder but don't want to be best friends with your welder for 3 months? Take a good look at this one. The bones are good and the jeans are good enough for another rodeo or two.
The Marti Report shows this one was optioned well when ordered from the Big Blue Oval. While not a Mach 1 or a Boss, it still carries a torque rich 351 Windsor, 4-Speed Toploader and the optional 3.25 ratio 9" Differential. Luckily it has survived with its panels in place with no major rust issues or obvious accident history. When it comes to a 52 year old car, you will be hard pressed to find a better example for your next adventure.
Obviously the paint & interior are tired and ready for some proper attention at some point in the near future. Keep in mind that the original 351 Windsor is still under the hood and appears to have been rebuilt but no receipts were provided. Mechanically the car sounds great with a nice rumble to the idle from an aftermarket cam, headers & dual exhaust. This one is making somewhere in the 325 Horsepower, well above the stock 250. The 4 speed shifter is tired but the gears change fine and the clutch works properly.
The interior is showing its age. It's had some attention here and there but its time. The factory fold down seat is still in place which is one of the coolest options of the Muscle Car era. Lots of directions to go here with all the aftermarket companies offering custom upholstery for stock seat frames, upgraded door panels, integrated speaker set ups, full custom consoles, air conditioning, aftermarket gauges...basically your imagination and bank account are your only limitations these days.
So many ways to go with this one you can really get lost in the possibilities. With the market so hot its very hard to find a solid entry level fastback in this condition.
For Washington State residents only, A documentary service fee in an amount up to $150 may be added to the purchase price or capitalized cost.
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