Inside is a great mix of vintage pieces and upgrades. Two-tone aqua and parchment are classic colors on the seats. Mustang people will instantly gravitate to the premium "pony" package seen here. The parchment door panels provide a nice color bridge between the interior aqua and the exterior cobalt that's now utilized inside for an accent color. The result is a well-coordinated and very distinct total package – and the new restoration means it all feels quite fresh. You get the classic Mustang three-spoke sports steering wheel, and beyond that is the ultra wide speedometer. It has some great period-correct upgrades like the auxiliary gauge trio and provisions for air conditioning. The original AM radio is even still in place. But your real music comes from the glovebox where the Sony Bluetooth Stereo is hidden. That way you get the best driving tunes without spoiling the vintage atmosphere. Also, don't forget to check out the trunk where the custom pony graphic subwoofer box lives. And speaking of upgrades, the large AutoMeter tach on the steering column is a nice indication of something special under the hood.
The presentation of the V8 looks both fierce and clean. The blue wires, air cleaner, and other pieces look great against the exterior paint and glossy black engine bay. And everyone loves polished components like the valve covers, air topper, intake, and Monte Carlo bar. This Mustang has been upgraded to a 302 cubic-inch V8. It inhales deeply through a Holly four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with authority as the long tube headers feed the rumbling dual exhaust. Out on the road you have great driving features like the three-speed automatic transmission and thick front sway bar. Plus, the front disc brakes and grip of BF Goodrich T/As make this bold blue classic and easy driver.
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|Total Price Change:||-$2,500|
Excluding price changes of less than $100.