1968 Mustang Coupe Classic Muscle Car for Sale in MI Vanguard Motor Sales
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Pony car fans, have we got a cool 'Stang for you! Restored, Presidents blue
paint, 4 speed, rebuilt 289 and NICE hardware throughout, this car drives
as well as it looks!! This car is a great cruiser with a good amount of
power. These cars are simply timeless.
It was born and raised in North Carolina, and spend the majority of its
life there. In 2003 it was purchased and shipped up to Michigan where the
total restoration began. It was taken down to bare metal, painted,
converted to a 289 4 speed, and stored in a heated garage. It was only
taken out on the nicest of days. The previous owner is a long time painter
and does body work for dealerships.
Check out the flawless paint on this Pony! The paint color is called
Presidents Blue, which is the original color this car came in. The paint is
just stunning, and is accented by beautiful white striping down the sides.
This Pony is straight as an arrow, with beautiful margins and super clean
lips and jambs. The chrome bumpers on both ends are clean, as are the
badges and trim pieces. Magnum 500 wheels and Cooper Cobra Radial G/T's
(2-15-70-15 front, 2-35-60-15 rear) sit at all four corners. The car's a
heap of fun to admire, but get behind the wheel for what really counts!
Look underneath, where a lot of time and money were spent. Bolted to the
289 is a 4 speed Top Loader transmission, a recently painted and balanced
driveshaft and a bulletproof, open Ford 8" rear end. You'll find a new gas
tank, rebuilt springs and new shocks out back. The floorboards have no
patches, no undercoating and no rust holes, and are covered in a nice coat
of flat black paint. The frame is solid and rust free as well. The drop
down panels and rockers are solid and rust free. Exhaust gases flow into the dual Exhaust system with Thrush mufflers and chrome
Exhaust tips. There are SSBC front
disc brakes with a brake proportioning valve. The steering gear is new,
there are new bolts and new sway bar links. Up front you can see that there
is a new starter, new motor mounts, new shocks, new bushings and new ball
joints. Nothing flashy, nothing silly...just well engineered, quality
components are under here!
Pop the hood -- a ton of time and care went in here, too. You'll find a
super clean and beautifully painted 289 with a Holley carb, with vacuum
secondaries and electric choke, and an Edelbrock aluminum intake. The
chrome air cleaner and fend aluminum valve covers add some eyeball to the
motor compartment. The rebuilt radiator has new hoses. The alternator has
also been rebuilt and sits above a stainless steel harmonic balancer. There
is a new fuel pump, new solenoid and new SSBC power Booster and master cylinder. Everything from
the hood hinges and the underside of the hood, to the core support and the
inner fenders, has a very nice paint job. The combination runs well, and it
looks great, too!
Inside, you'll find a comfortable place to spend some decent miles. The two
tone blue interior looks fantastic. You're holding on to a very cool, new
Hurst shifter. Everything from the dash to the carpet, headliner to the
seat covers looks great. This is one comfortable and clean Pony! Ready for
a road trip?
We just had a 442 very similar to this: Black, built drivetrain, clean
cosmetics and a no-nonsense, drive anywhere demeanor. It lasted a whole
FOUR DAYS before it found a new home. Don't get caught out on this one --
there's no end to the line of people wanting a proven street brawler with
looks like this one!
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my 67 mustang resto
this is my 67 stang. here are pics of the car from start to a few pics i
took a few days ago, along with a few vids. enjoy.
Day 1 The 1966 Mustang Coupe Restoration Project
Day 2 - How to read a Ford title... it's a 66 not a 65!
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A step by step process of a restoration of a 1966 Mustang Coupe, 289. Each video
(Day1, Day 2... etc.) will show you step by step of how we did it. If you
are interested in purchasing it at any phase please contact us.
We now are selling parts please visit our site to see what we have. If you
don't see it, it does not mean we do not have it, please ask us and we will
look for you.
Barn Find Mustangs ! 1969 Mach 1 428 SCJ, 1968 S Fastback, 1965 A Fastback, 1969 Convertible
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Yard Find Mustangs ! Check
out these amazing and very desirable Classic Mustangs sitting in a large storage
Yard in Northern California. The owner call us to discuss preservation and
restoration ideas for these diamonds in the rough. A 1969 Mach 1 R code
fully loaded with a 428 SCJ, 4 speed and Drag pack in Candy Apple Red, a
1968 390 S code Fastback backed by a 4 speed, a 1965 289 4v A Code 4
speedFastback, a 1969 Convertible 351 fully loaded with Deluxe interior. It
would be awesome to see all of these cars get the full Mustang Restoration they deserve.
What a line up!
1969 Mustang Mach 1 428 R
code, Drag Pack, 4 speed
1969 Mustang Deluxe
1968 Mustang Fastback with
a 390 and 4 speed
1965 Mustang Fastback A
code 4 speed
65 Mustang Fastback Restoration Project
This is my 1965 Mustang
Fastback I rescued from a field rusting away. I finished it around July of
2008 in my back yard garage with no professional assistance at all. It took
me about 26 months to complete. It has a 302 Ford motor and an 5 Speed
manual transmission. I restored this car to the information on the original
data plate on the door that included the body color and interior. The
stripe is unique in that I added a darker red to the Poppy Red body color
to get a stripe that is a little darker but blends in with the factory
color. This car features four wheel disc brakes made from all Ford parts.
1947 Ford engine starting after 31 years
Old Henry, our 1947 Ford, engine starting after 31 years.
For video of the car's first drive shortly after click here:
For video of the car's second drive with the old man that purchased the car
in 1959 click here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2OImNZD7L6U
For later photos of the car restored and on the road click here:
Here's a recent one driving in the snow:
Here are all of the road trips he's been on since we restored him:
Monument Valley in March 2013:
Bryce Canyon in February 2013:
Milford, Utah in December 2012:
Nevada and Idaho in November 2012:
Rocky Mountain National Park in September 2012:
Yellowstone National Park in May 2012:
Death Valley in February 2012:
Pike's Peak in July 2011:
Route 66 in April 2010: