Mustang 68 Coupe in Grabber Orange/Anthracite Grey. A California car that was brought into Manchester about 5 years ago.
It has all the running gear from a later (90ty’s) Fox Body Mustang All donor transfer done in the USA.
Now has high output 5.0 V8 which was EFI but now has a Holley MSD ignition. Long tube headers into duel exhaust with flow master mufflers in mild steel.
Behind that is a 5 speed Tremec and a 8.8 inch LSD diff.
Disc brakes front and back
It has the SVT wheels powder coated in Matt Graphite, good tyres all around. It has a hydraulic clutch and power steering all of which is from the donor car. It also had a fibreglass bonnet with scoop now painted in Anthracite Grey as is the engine bay, tail light panel and bumpers.
All new Weather striping/seals
New American Auto Wiring Loom
All painted by Kenny Kitching ( see the car on Kennys Mustangs face book page)
The car was taken back to bare metal and started with epoxy primer to seal it.
All the body work then done with more epoxy, two coats of filler primer and blocked with two more coats of filler primer.
Top coat which is base and clear in Ford Grabber Orange with contrasting panels in Anthracite Grey
This unusual Coupe if full of GOODIES for example.....
A front and rear disc brake conversion would cost approximately £1500 (without labour)
A 5 speed Tremec gearbox and hydraulic clutch would be somewhere in the region of £ 3,000 to £4000 to buy again without fitting costs
To have this 8.8 inch LSD (limited slip disc) would be £1000 to buy ( without fitting ) ????
And hence the asking price of £26.500 ovno
Please contact Kenny directly for any further information and viewings/ test drive on
the details below
1970 Ford Mustang Mach I * Blue
..Southern California Car
..Absolutely NO Rust
..All Original Panels & Floors
..All New A/C System
..Original 351 Cleveland Engine
1964 Ford Mustang Coupe
..Early Mustang Coupe
..46,156 Original Miles
..Solid Rust Free Car
..White Paint Nice
..Blue Interior Nice
..260 V8 Engine
..Push Button Radio
The Ford Mustang was introduced in 1964. Based on the very basic Ford Falcon mechanicals the car was never intended to be in production up to today. It was an overnight sensation. Ford had literally.....