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5/04/2020 5:26 PM  #1

68 mustang parts

I have original and some  repo parts from my 68 289 ac coupe that i sold. I am in NY so consider that in shipping. I have the original c4 with a shift kit in it and aluminum pan with the fly wheel  torque converter etc here free if someone wants to come get it. Shipping that would be prohibited  price wise. But i have many other things original hub caps , valve covers , 2bl manifold and carb etc etc etc original ac compressor heavy!! I just want stuff gone. sold car which was a big mistake. live and learn

Last edited by Mark Z (5/04/2020 5:26 PM)


7/14/2020 1:49 PM  #2

Re: 68 mustang parts

Mark Z. 
Do you still have a/c condenser and hoses if so what would you want for it shipping to 71730.

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7/14/2020 1:55 PM  #3

Re: 68 mustang parts

I know I still have the original compressor, not sure what else I saved after I did the sanden conversion to 134a

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7/15/2020 10:20 AM  #4

Re: 68 mustang parts

thanks for looking

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