213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
This 1969 Ford Mustang Fastback has the sporty look, full racing stripes, and a ton of performance-oriented upgrades. But more than just speedy style, the more you look, the more you're going to find thoughtful upgrades, too. It's in everything from the custom interior to the overdrive transmission. It all makes for a total package classic.
The silver paint gets this car noticed. It's an upgrade later in life that give it quite a nice shine today. Plus, it makes for a good backdrop for the dark side performance pieces, like the deep chin spoiler and blackout grille. And those dual racing stripes run the full length of the car, including over the roof. It gets even meaner thanks to other details, like the hood scoop, hood pins, side scoops, and NASCAR-style side exhaust. The chrome bumpers and trim have the look of quality against the silver paint. And this full package of style and speed seem to come together nicely on the polished American Racing wheels with a 16/17 inch front/rear stance.
The color theme switches inside where now the deep black dominates, and you get hints of silver on the seats. In fact, speaking of the seats, the front buckets are an upgraded setup with custom embroidered headrests and plenty of comfy bolstering. The rear fold-down bench has been done to match, too. While this is a performance-oriented setup, it's also quite inviting. The door panels, dash, headliner, and all the other major places have been invested in to keep it looking and feeling quite good. There are well-done upgrades like the armrest center console with cup holders, and the stereo is an AM/FM unit with aux input for your iPod. There are even provisions for air conditioning (will need servicing before blowing cold again.) The floor shifter and wood-rimmed steering wheel have a classic-style feel, but the glowing red full gauge package is a welcomed addition to this driver's environment.
Ford's 302 cubic-inch V8 looks quite tidy in the engine bay. This one is even built with the features you want, like an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, electronic ignition, Cobra-style ribbed valve covers, serpentine belt system, and a Monte Carlo bracer bar. The V8 fires up with eagerness, and it makes a sweet sound out of Magnaflow dual exhaust on its way to those awesome side pipes. But while this looks mean, it's also built for all-around driving. It's been upgraded to a four-speed automatic transmission with versatile overdrive. Plus, you have power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and modern sport tires.
Complete with owner's manual, this fastback has been given the right investments to be both sleek and comfortable. So you know it's the pony car you don't want let get away. Call today!!!
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