2013 Mustang (R ) Convertible


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  • STRONG 289cid/2v/

    1966 Mustang CandyApple Red convertible with ‘great eyes’, has the original data tag showing this was sent to DSO ’71, Los Angeles originally with the build in the San Jose “R” production, now restored with very high standards both cosmetically and mechanically with a terrific presentation Summer 2014, fresh gorgeous paint and bodywork just completed, rocker panel moldings, new Red and White Pony interior, 4 new red safety belts, new carpet, Red boot to match, Black convertible top, strong, fresh 289cid engine with fresh 2v carburetor setup, excellent compression, aluminized dual exhaust system, brand new fuel tank system, new expensive Stainless Steel GT disc brake system, new 1966 styled steel wheels, trim rings and center caps, show dual redline tires, fresh shocks, excellent chrome, black power top, really excellent underchassis, driven show prepared for Summer 2014,

    HISTORY: one of the strong points about this car is the certainty of the history that the VIN # and the Data Tag show, originally produced in the San Jose factory (R) in the VIN# that is on the correct inner fender apron that matches said original data door plate, shows delivered to the Los Angeles DSO (71), this yields the info of a solid car from a salt free home, the original data tag is still with the car (LINK),

    this nice 1966 Mustang convertible was found at a show in North Carolina from a serious Mustang collector and restorer, then great effort is accomplished by Fraser Dante’s experienced shop to bring this 1966 Mustang convertible to even higher standards with a top restoration staff, many, many hours of work is accomplished to produce a detailed show car with a terrific underchassis, very nice newer front and rear chrome bumpers and trim make this really stand out in the show appearance, the extensive mechanicals and road testing as now ready for Summer 2014,

    Engine: This 289cid engine has the C6 OE stamping and the proper C6AE-6015C casting (LINK TO NUMBERS) and is a rebuilt unit from the later date code and all signs of examination and the history given, just all remachined (LINK), was originally a 2V carberator ‘C’ Code with 200 horsepower with the single exhaust, now has the custom dual aluminized exhaust system, should be in the 275-280 horsepower range, this shows that it is ‘fresh’ along with being very even compression, the famous hydraulic lifter 289cid engine is easy to maintain and has a strong torque and horsepower curve, then detailed to MCA driven show presentation, fresh distributor with points and full tune, new spark plug wires, spark plugs, oil and oil filter, testing by the staff of Fraser Dante is just completed,

    fitted with the desirable C4 automatic transmission, works well in all three gears, Ford power steering unit, also just flushed restore radiator with new hoses and clamps, new belts are just installed, also has the new Motorcraft battery and new battery cables to yield excellent starting, then the running test is completed to make sure all work well, the detailing just completed, now a brand new fuel tank system including sending unit and all related hoses, that is just installed (LINK) for Summer,

    Suspension: excellent fresh suspension, has the brand new GT stainless steel front disc brakes just installed, this work includes the new GT master cylinder, (LINK), all the brake lines, all rubber hoses, rear drums and cylinders rebuilt, fluids flushed and road tested completed, this work is around $2500 to insured great driving and safety, four brand new shocks, very good tie rod ends and bushings, has the 1” Shelby sway bar with new bushings for excellent handling,

    Very expensive correct 1966 styled steel wheels are installed with proper trim rings, center caps and lug nuts, then the show 195/75/14 Coker Classic radial dual red line tires for the show correct classic Mustang appearance, this set up is costly, one could choose a newer radial tire if desired,

    Interior: a new two tone Red and White Pony interior is recently installed, has the good door panels, brand new red carpet installed, four brand new Ssynake Oyl red safety belts are custom made for appearance and safety, the wood grained dash and bezel are just nicely installed along with the factory expensive ‘wood’ steering wheel sets this terrific interior off, all the door handles are very nice, has a AM radio with new speaker installed as period, newer more modern red console just installed, working windshield wipers, heater and horn just checked, gauges work,

    the trunk is nicely detailed with new painting done, then the proper mat, side cardboard cover installed, a full size spare with jack is part of the package, also included is the brand new fuel tank, insulation and sending unit (LINK) to insure clean and fresh fuel for great driving,

    Underchassis/body: the front fenders are Ford with proper stampings, both of the inner aprons are as factory with VIN #s on both sides, the rear quarters have been very nicely replaced in the life of the car, hard to tell even, the lower rocker panels and the Ford stampings on them, very solid original floors as benefiting the history, has new lower torque boxes expertly installed as factory, all of this is nicely painted for top driven show, see LINK to underchassis work
    Summary: this Classic Mustang is highly desired in its ‘a’ c really a great presentation with straight body and great luster to the paint, note that at recent Spring 2014 auctions, these very good ‘65-’66 Mustang convertibles sold between $36,000 and $55,000, even at these prices one cannot be sure of the running condition and mechanicals of those auction cars, as Fraser Dante has made every effort with all final testing to ensure this 48 yr old Mustang can be driven safely and with enjoyment as well as top cosmetics for that local show or going to dinner, ready for Summer 2014

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