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So yes I still have this little beast. I havn't been able to sell it yet. So I went through and cleaned it up a bit, repainted some things, fixed the rust holes in the hatch. let me know what you think. It is still or sale. I'm only asking $2,500 for it. It has 175,000 miles on it, does not leak any oil, a/c works great, great MPG. If your interested let me know. If not just take a look. leave a comment.



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The Interior doesnt have a before and after cause it was fine to begine with:


 

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Not bad. Like Kurt said fix it up and you would be almost a shoe in for a trophy at all MCA events. Anyone sell interior pieces for the mid 70's Mustangs?
Man, I can't find anything for the car. Every where you look its 64 1/2 to 73 and then 79+. The 74' to 78' are the black sheep of the mustang family. It's crap. lol If I could, I would keep the car and just get a 4-door and store both the 74' and 1633. but I'm poor lol.
 

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Mustang 11 Parts!

We needed several parts when we fixed up our 76. Here are some parts places:

http://www.mustangii.net/parts_rebel.asp

http://hometown.aol.com/JPayne9207/index.html

http://www.ford-autoparts.com/partscategory1.jsp

http://www.mustangii.net/service.asp

http://www.mustangii.net/parts_car.asp

http://www.mustangii.net/parts_specialty.asp (good one) We found most all our interior/exterior parts at this place. He specializes in 78 King Cobra Parts. His name is Phil--give him a call! He is great!

http://www.sscenterprises.net/4images/categories.php?cat_id=16
 

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It looks like it has a lot of potential. That is a great red. Might want to try and keep it, I haven't seen one on the road in years! I bet most of them have been junked and eventually the value will go up when there's not many left. It was Mustang II was a sign of the times with the big gas crunch back then.
 

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Rare Pony said:
It looks like it has a lot of potential. That is a great red. Might want to try and keep it, I haven't seen one on the road in years! I bet most of them have been junked and eventually the value will go up when there's not many left. It was Mustang II was a sign of the times with the big gas crunch back then.
Yeah and we are feeling times of Gas Crunch again. Not so much shortage but over priced, so people are going back to smaller more efficiant motors. I would love to keep it. and if it doesnt sell this year than i probobly will.
 

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You got some pics of the engine bay?
 

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Yup. These are a little older. It is much cleaner now. Allthough I do plan on taking off the air cleaner and sprucing it as well as everything eles up a bit more as well.




 
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