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  1. Nothing says summer fun like a classic mustang convertible!! Ready for some Fun in the Sun? One of the most popular cars ever made and so much fun! This 1966 Ford Mustang Convertible, is sure to get many admiring glances as you cruise past. Powered by a six cylinder 200 cubic inch engine it provides both economy and dependability. One of the most popular cars ever made and much fun! Exterior is handsome Silver frost with red interior, a western car, from California, with automatic transmission giving power to the ground, driven 600 miles in last 4 years, garaged, strong running, economical, gas miser, 6 cylinder, 200 cubic inch engine, which is a good thing now that gas is approaching $3.50-$4.00 per gallon. VIN# 6F08T715557, data trim plate information 76A A 25 16 G 55 3 1 , 44,751 on the odometer (unconfirmed). This is a nice 1966 mustang convertible with restoration work completed August, 2011. This California car is clean underneath. New silver frost exterior, has red interior, and new black ( power) top make this a very handsome car. Chrome is nice. Running gear is good. For sale for less than amount invested, sell for $19,900 (U.S. dollars). 336-765-8312, Winston Salem, North Carolina, USA, email for more pictures: wwhitfield@triad.rr.com delivery available by Levan Transport Co. Remember: Collector Cars values are more stable than the stock market. Enjoy your investment. FEEL THE BREEZE! IF you prefer a manual transmission, I have one. The first-generation Mustangs rank as America's most-restored vehicle!
  2. 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.
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