This car was a labor of love. The consignor had the vehicle for over a decade, and he says this full build took four years to complete. So while it keeps the classic first-gen Mustang lines, it also wants to make sure no one mistakes it for a stock car.
And the upgraded AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette means upgraded driving music. While that’s great for everyone, there are a ton of great upgrades just for the driver. The factory gauge panel now has crisp AutoMeter Phantom readouts, they added a large AutoMeter Sport-Comp tach, and you’ll love the grip of the Hurst T-handle shifter.
This feeds a strong Currie 9-inch rear. And as you look underneath, you’ll spot worthwhile investments like added frame bracing, newer bushings, and four-wheel power disc brakes. The sale comes complete with the build receipts, dyno sheet, and restoration photos.