We sell this Mustang on behalf of a customer.
In 2012, this 1967 Mustang, model 1968, was brought to the Netherlands by a dealer, whereupon our customer bought this car. So he's been in the Netherlands for 10 years and with the same customer for 10 years. Unfortunately the car had an accident on the left just behind the door. Another car rolled into it in the workshop. This damage can either be dented out or a new part can be welded in.
So this is a project car!! And is sold in “as-is condition”
The engine runs well and is a 289 with various upgrades such as Edelbrock intake manifold, new Holley carburettor and electronic ignition for greater reliability. A nice set of M/T valve covers and a COBRA air cleaner are fitted for good looks!!
A set of headers is fitted along with a new exhaust with Flowmaster mufflers. These make the engine sound great.
The gearbox is a C4 and it shifts well.
This Mustang is equipped with power steering to ensure that the car steers well even in city traffic.
The paint is at least 15 years old and looks good from 5 meters away. So it's not a new car or a 1000 point show car!!! Some bubbles or imperfections here and there. But the car is rust free!! The underbody is hard and not rusted through. There are also no rust blisters on the car.
The interior has neat seats, a nice carpet and nice neat door panels. Overall in good condition.
The wheels are 17 inches with good tires. Possibly 14 inch original rims available to exchange for the 17 inch.
The Mustang has a valid Dutch license plate and has been on Dutch roads for 10 years.
The car is being sold as a "project car" as it needs some maintenance here and there and has a damage on the left side.
More pictures at www.rookieclassics.nl
Please note that this is a 51 year old classic car. This is not a brand new or fully restored 1000 point show car. It's nice, but there will always be something that's not perfect or something to improve or innovate.
We speak German, English and Dutch.
We can transport this nice Mustang to your door.
More info : www.rookieclassics.nl