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  1. Quick Back Story: My friend Noah (1967 Ford Mustang, 289, 3SPD Auto) and I (1978 Datsun 280Z, L28 straight 6, 5 SPD Manual) ; both bought our cars at age 15. These are our first cars . They are both pretty much original in every aspect. The Mustang still has: original 289 and 3SPD trans, seats, head liner, body. The Datsun still has: origianl l28 and 5SPD trans, seats, head liner, paint, whole road side kit & body. (Thoughs are just the importaint things to me). Now what's the main differences? Well for starters the Datsun is of course foreign. Made in Japan and modern day Nissan. The Mustang is carbuerated, Datsun is EFI. Mustang has drums all the way around, Datsun has disc in front and drums in back. Other than that I can only think of subtle differences, because they are 11 years apart; It would be easier to compare a 240z to a Mustang. So what's the problem? Car rascism. Car rascism is the problem. It sounds funny (which to me it is), but I love all old cars. I think it would just be amazing if all car lovers wether you have a foreign car (to the USA) or a USA made car, can just get along! It was kind of sucky bringing my Datsun to a company where the guy said he works on any classic car; And having him said he won't look at it because it's foreign. What's more ironic is I called the day before and said it was a Datsun and the guy said "Oh sure bring it on up here and we will work on it!" Then when I called the next day a different guy answered and said they won't work on foreign classic cars. As I said before I feel as though the classic car community would be much larger and more creative if everyone accepted eachothers own unique taste in their classic car. Let's be honest if you are reading this you probably have a thing for classic cars; You would'nt want anyone to dis your beauty and your pride and joy! Everyone has a different opinion understandable. But everyone can agree on one thing here. We love classic cars and the history behind them! With all of that said I'm curious what you guys think the about the situation. Here's a video of the Mustang & Datsun reving along with some pictures
  2. 1979 Mustang Indy Pace Car this is a true survivor with 28,500 original miles and in great shape. Recaro seats are like brand new and this is a 302 car with air and auto which is very rare. We lowered the car and put new rims and tires on it and also new dual exahust on it. The original tires are in good shape as well and are included with the car, this is a very nice car mustang collectors here you go. pics wont post on here below is a link to craigslist add price is $13,000. Car is in indiana not oklahma http://oklahomacity.craigslist.org/cto/4860442693.html
  3. I'll preface this by saying I'm not very knowledgeable about cars in general, but I've always had a thing for classic Mustangs. I've never owned one, but I just saw this ad for a 71 mustang convertible. http://neworleans.craigslist.org/cto/4769712880.html Since I've never even driven a classic Mustang I really have no idea how much that car is worth. Does it seem priced appropriately? Is there anything I should know/look out for when purchasing an old car like this? And what does he mean by "clone"? Please forgive my "newbie-ness" on the subject. Any advice is greatly appreciated. Thanks
  4. I need a set of two motor mounts that fit the Ford Mustang inline six cylinder 250 engine. They are unique to the 250 and are not the same as those for a 170 or 200. The part number for the insulator was C9ZZ 6038-B. They are about the size of a pack of cigarettes and have two studs facing up along the length and on the bottom there is a single stud facing down that is offset about a half inch (again along the length) from the center.
  5. Hi, I am new to this forum. I just wanted to ask is anyone looking to sell a 68 Fastback rolling chassis. The max I am willing to spend is between 12-13K, if that price range doesn't workout I am flexible. Also if it is sanded and primed, it's a huge plus, Thanks.
  6. 1983 F100 3.8 v6 43,000 miles just pulled out of Truck will also fit 3.8 Mustang . new fuel pump cap, rotor plugs and wires rebuilt carb 350.00 or best :cool:
  7. 1966 Mustang with current registration in handand new 2015 tags good till next June..New upper/lower A arms,ball joints,frontshocks,starter,tires,pre-molded carpet kit,kick panels,dash pad(not acover),battery tray,heater ducks and new plastic plenum.Suspension alreadyconverted to 5 bolt front spindles with power disc brakes plus 8" rear endwith new brake shoes and cylinders.Perfect for the 289 donor engine andreconditioned V8 radiator I have, which is also included in price,for a V8 swap.Reconditioned radiator,no broken or cracked glass.Good bumpers and trim.PonyInterior front and back seats and good door panels.Dash repainted Mustangblue.All lights,heater/defroster,wipers and turn signals in workingorder.Currently running a rebuilt 200ci 6cyl with auto trans. Also included isan extra pair of bucket seat frames with useable covers and a rear top coverplus 2 white sun visors. Needs paint and headliner..Good First Time DriverCar,Father's Day gift,Everyday Driver or Graduation gift..Will entertain reasonable offers or possible trades for 1930-1950's Fords..Price $6700...north of San Diego area,Jack,760)751-2946
  8. Located in East Calais Vermont. $35,000 to see pictures go to http://bruceclichecars.synthasite.com/1969-mustang-fastback-with-427-4-speed.php will need some work to put on the road was going to be set up as drag car, but did not happen.
  9. ↵1965 Ford Mustang Convertible Auction - Click Now To Learn More! Easy Online Bidding Only - Everything Sells To The Highest Bid! Bidding Begins To Close: Thursday, December 19th Preview:Wednesday, December 18th 16513 Cornerstone Drive; Belton, Missouri 64012 Additional Photos1965 Ford Mustang Convertible, 2 Door, White Manual Soft Top; 200,852 Miles, 13" Black Steel Wheels with Aftermarket Hubcaps, Light Blue Color - Body Has Been Repainted, I-6 Overhead Valve - Short Block has been rebuilt/replaced. Starts and Runs with No Smoke, 200 cu. In., 6 Cylinder with 120 Horsepower, 185 Foot Pounds of Torque, Single Barrel Downdraft Carb., 3 Speed Cruise-O-Matic Transmission, Manual- Recirculating Ball Steering, 4 Wheel 9" Drum Brakes, Solid Rear Semifloating Axle, Vinyl Front Bucket Seats, Rear Bench Seats, Original AM Radio, Manual Windows & Door Locks, Dashboard & Door Panels in Good Condition & Repainted at same time as exterior. Don't miss this great opportunity to own this vehicle at YOUR price!
  10. Was told its an early C4 trans, but do not know for certain. $300. Pick up in North Jersey.
  11. Hey guys, take a look at these cars up for auction (online only), and tell me where you see yourself this summer?Online Only Classic & Luxury Automobile Auction. Auction Ends May 11th!! http://bid.bonnetteauctions.com/cgi-bin/mnlist.cgi?bonnette1%2Fcategory%2FALL
  12. I have a 1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1 that I'm looking to sell, 351 Cleveland, Florida Car. I'm asking $14,950 1973 classic mustang for sale
  13. Does anyone know of a good auto inspector in St. Louis, MO area? I'm looking at a 1966 Mustang and I need someone to inspect the car for me. Please let me know if you know of anyone. Thx. ND67
  14. I have a 3 speed manual transmission, complete setup, everything, that fits a 1971-1976 maverick, cougar 67-72, granada 75-78, Monarch 75-76, mustang 65-73. Price is $300 336-765-8312, North Carolina. Email wwhitfield@triad.rr.com<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /><o:p></o:p> Thanks<o:p></o:p> Jerry Whitfield<o:p></o:p> Winston salem NC<o:p></o:p>
  15. Hi<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /><o:p></o:p> I have a 3 speed manual transmission, complete setup, everything, that fits a 1971-1976 maverick, cougar 67-72, granada 75-78, Monarch 75-76, mustang 65-73. Price is $300 336-765-8312, North Carolina. Email wwhitfield@triad.rr.com<o:p></o:p> Thanks<o:p></o:p> Jerry Whitfield<o:p></o:p> Winston salem NC<o:p></o:p>
  16. 1968 mustang, exterior white, with Shelby racing stripes and GT trim on the exterior plus two tone handsome blue interior, energetic 302 V-8 engine, 68600 miles on odometer, automatic transmission, stainless style wheels, new tires, power steering, JVC mustang am/fm/cassette, disc brakes front. It was a California car until 4 years ago. Vin # 8R01J121384. 336-765-8312,Winston Salem, North Carolina, USA. email for more photos: wwhitfield@triad.rr.com selling below amount invested for $19995. (U.S. dollars) Have receipts for all work done at Memory Lane Restoration Shop. Marti Report included. She has plenty of Muscle power and sounds amazing with dual exhaust flowing from the Original 302 V8. The kind of sound only a true American Muscle Car can make. First to test drive will buy.
  17. Looking for a good solid Mustang project car to fill the time during the cold winter months? The following cars are currently available for sale: 1965 Mustang coupe 289 V-6 Automatic Candy Apple Red 1966 Mustang Fastback GT Original 289 A-code 4V with Automatic transmission. Candy Apple Red with black interior, front disc brakes and power steering. 1967 Mustang Fastback GT 390 4V S code 4-spd. 1968 Mustang Fastback GT 302 4V J Code 4-spd Please click here for details and photos: Mustang Collection and scroll to the bottom of the page. Feel free to give me a call for additional photos and details at 803-370-6354 or click link to email. All these cars are located in South Carolina near Greenville Zip 29654.