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9/26/2018 10:06 AM  #1


For Sale: 1965 Ford Mustang Coupe

I bought this coupe in 1980 from the original owner. Shortly after I got it home I began to disassemble it to start the restoration! Well, life got in the way of finishing it and I ended up with three 65 Coupes in my stable. Have one that runs well that I drive on sunny days. I recently sold the first mustang I bought new on January 6th in 1965. Now it’s time to let this one go.

Let me tell you about the mustang that is for sale:
VIN: 5RO7A201263. It has been in my garage and out of the weather since the day I bought it which was 38 years ago. It still has the original black paint it came with from the factory. The engine has been pulled and is in the same condition it was when I got it. I suspect it will need some work. As I began to tear it down, to my delight, I discovered it was a rust free body. Floor, rear quarter panel, even the seam sealer in the rain gutters are perfect!!. You will be hard pressed to find any mustang ready to be restored in this excellent condition. One of the doors was in very bad shape so it has been tossed, so it needs a door. I am also including a brand new factory Ford fender I purchased directly from Ford in 1983.

I have a good idea what this car is worth so I am not going to dicker on the price. It is my hope that this mustang finds its way into the hands of someone who will want to restore it to its former glory.

I’m asking $5,000 for it and located in Portland Oregon.

Here is a Dropbox link with some pictures and if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask.

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/tperlkcegb89qzx/AABXdW3-fRrmU2pxwl332KLAa?dl=0

Last edited by hmartin025 (9/26/2018 10:52 PM)

 

9/26/2018 4:34 PM  #2


Re: For Sale: 1965 Ford Mustang Coupe

Location???


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9/26/2018 10:50 PM  #3


Re: For Sale: 1965 Ford Mustang Coupe

josh-kebob wrote:

Location???

Located in Portland Oregon.
 

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9/30/2018 6:09 PM  #4


Re: For Sale: 1965 Ford Mustang Coupe

Wish I was closer, I have all the mechanical parts I just need a solid (Mustang ) body

 

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