- Engine Size
- 347 V8
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- Interior Color
RESTO-MOD NOTCHBACK MUSTANG! 347 STROKER MOTOR.
This 1969 Ford Mustang Hardtop Coupe is a very solid Mustang that appears to have all of its original metal. The undercarriage is very very clean and solid. The car was restored around 8 years ago as a Resto-Mod and has been driven only in nice weather since then. Just a summer cruiser. The body is clean and straight and the paint is very nice with only some minor stone chips from driving over the years. The metal appears to be all original. They added the Mach 1 Scoop which looks cool as well as the Torque Thrust Rims. The Interior is also in great shape and was redone when restored.
The engine is a 347 V8 Stroker Motor built by a High Performance Shop in North Carolina. We did get some parts receipts but not a ton of info. It is a Fully Balanced Rotating assembly Engine with around 10 to 1 Compression so it runs on Pump Gas. It has Aluminum Heads, Roller Rockers, RPM Air Gap Intake, Holley HP Carb, MSD Ignition System, Polished High Flow Pump, Aluminum Radiator with Electric Fan, Headers, and Dual Exhaust. This thing rips and sounds awesome. The transmission is a built C4 Auto with Reverse Manual Valve Body and 2400-2800 Stall Converter. It has the Ford 9" Rear End and 4 Wheel Power Disc Brakes. This thing stops on a dime.
This car runs and drives excellent and all the lights, blinkers, wipers are working. We pride ourselves in locating vehicles we would want in our own personal collection. We hand pick each vehicle, drive it, and make sure it is ready for you to enjoy! We drive what we sell so that we can give you a first hand and accurate report on how the vehicle runs and drives.
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