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Vehicle is in New York, not Texas.
I was given the vehicle upon graduating college from my mother who has owned it since the 1970’s. I didn’t have money or time to get it operable and it was put in storage. Then life happened and 15 years passed. Recently I found out that it was no longer stored indoors and hadn’t been for a while. I was back in central NY (near Syracuse) recently and took some photos.
I want to get the Mustang to someone who can restore and enjoy it. I don’t know much about it and what I did know has been forgotten over the years. Feel free to ask questions and I will do my best to find the answers.
I live in Texas and the car is in New York.
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