614 E. Auto Center Dr.
With an upgraded V8, upgraded stereo, upgraded performance look, and much more, this 1969 Ford Mustang offers a taste of the upgraded life for an affordable price.
A red coupe with plenty of brightwork is great look, especially since the '69 Mustang is an evolution of the first-gen that looks so much more aggressive. The finish has plenty of room for improvement, but that's what an economical price classic is about. It's a car you can enjoy today and leave room for improvement in the budget. Plus, we like that this one goes for a cool Mach 1-style appearance while also delivering a dark side with black elements like the big hood scoop, front air dam, and full-width rear spoiler. Add in hood pins, fog lights, polished Cragar SS wheels, and staggered tire height for an aggressive stance, and you have the look of a performance pony.
Inside is more of the dark side and custom work. You see it first on the seats that now have button-top velour inserts. There are more upgrades for comfort, like the AM/FM/CD receiver with full amplified stereo system. And the upgraded tach mounted in the center of the steering column is an indication that you'll like the power in the engine bay.
Under the hood is Ford's mighty 351 cubic-inch V8. It has been upgraded with performance components like a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, MSD ignition, and a rumbling dual exhaust. Plus, you have nice supporting components, like a trans cooler and electric fans. And the three-speed automatic transmission has an B&M Sage 2 shift kit to make the most of the motor. The rear end is even geared for good power take-offs. And you'll like that this is built to deliver good control with its enhanced power. That's why you have traction bars in the rear and power disc brakes up front.
The '69 Mustang looks like a meaner pony, and this one has the motor to take advantage of it. That makes it a great budget-priced classic. Call today!!!
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