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1972 Ford Mustang Convertible Q-Code Hipo

Triple Black 1972 Ford Mustang Convertible in Great Condition.

Produced in Dearborn, Michigan this mustang was shipped out to its first owner in Los Angeles, California where it has remained all of its life. Still bearing the 6 digit blue and yellow California license plates which were recently restored.

Exterior jet black paint in great shape. Laser straight body panels, great gaps, fitment.

All exterior trim in good to great shape. Chrome bumpers, window trim straight, shiny without any pitting.

Recent R + R of front window guides, bushing replacement. Easy up / down rolling.

Starts up with a kick or two of gas, runs smoothly with the perfect V8 rumble coming from the H style twin exhaust pipes.

Suspension tight, precise.

This is a Q code which means the left the factory with a Cleveland 351 V8 with a 4 barrel carburetor. Its equipped with air conditioning, power steering, power brakes, front disc brakes, power convertible top.

These big bodied Mustangs are harder to find in nice shape, and are more expensive to fix properly, too. They are coming to their own, and with the right tasteful mods they look great.

This one has been in a dry climate, thus is rust free and has no weld work underneath.

There is approximately 8k. worth of recent work which is outlined below :
– Recent Upholstery work
– Recent Tune Up
– Recent Fluid flush, top off
– New Rotors, Pads
– Rebuilt Transmission
– Recent suspension replacement (New Shocks, bushing kit, upper and lower control arms, alignment, etc)
– Complete detail including color sand
– Some misc. rubber seals throughout the car
– Spark Plugs
– Spark Plug Wires
– New Freeze Plugs
– New Pertronix ignition Coil
– New Steering Column
– New Turn Signal
– New Carlite Windshield, Window Seal
– New Dash Pad
– New Gauge Lenses
– New Door Carpets
– New Door Panel Handles
– New Carpet
– New Rubber Floor Matts
– New Carburetor (Holley 650) but includes the original Motorcraft rebuilt inside trunk
– New Trunk Matt
– New Battery with period cover plate

Clean California title.

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1970 Chevrolet Nova

€ 24,500

Arriving in Europe 1/23/2020

For sale is a nice 2 owner, highly documented 1970 Chevrolet Nova
Mechanical : Starts up easily when cold or hot. Engine idles, runs very smooth. The original 307 200 Horsepower V8 has been upgraded from a 2 to 4 barrel carburetor (which was recently rebuilt) for a little bit more pepp. Steering box is tight, precise. The suspension has a lot of new parts which make it very nice to drive. It moves down the road straight, brakes straight. Since acquiring the vehicle in 1990 the 2nd owner performed a ton of work on the car for which he kept every single receipt in the folder. He spent a little over $20,000 in maintenance. According to the receipts the previous owner was very meticulous. Multiple sets of tires, constant alignments, brake adjustments, cable / hose replacements, lubrication, r&r of parts as needed. There is a little over $20,000 just in receipts in maintenance. I’ve outlined a good portion of them in the photo album with dates, mileage. Although there is a receipt for each individual shop visit with more specifics on misc. pieces repaired or replaced.


Exterior / Body : The car was repainted in the original color back in 1994. The paint job has a nice finish, but it is not perfect. A 7.5/10. There are a few chips here, there. Panel fitment is decent. Doors open, shut with the right amount of thump. The hood and trunk click in, and lock nice. All the glass is in very good condition. Antenna for the radio is inside the windshield. Chrome is shiny, straight.


Interior : Clean, tidy interior with lots of new pieces. Recent carpet, headliner, dash, door panel, sun visor, arm rest, kick panels, matt replacement. Windows move up and down easily.

History : Purchased in San Diego, California it remained in southern California all of its life. Still has the original California blue and yellow license plates.Original sales contract is still in the file. It shows that the original owner had purchased this vehicle for the amount of $2950. He traded in a 1968 Chevrolet Nova for this car. I thought that was pretty neat.In 1990 the vehicle was sold to the 2nd owner at which point he began to document, file maintenance receipts inside a folder. Inside the folder he saved every single registration slip, 2 separate vehicle manuals, a shop manual as well as a very specific tuning diagrams, passenger car specification booklets, few misc. parts catalogues.

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1965 Ford Mustang

For sale is a very nice 1965 Ford Mustang in Arctic White exterior with black interior.

The car was originally procured in San Jose, California with a DSO of Seattle, Washington. It lived most of its life on the pacific north west.

It starts up easily cold or hot and cruises down the road quietly with ease.
Suspension, steering box, brakes are in good working order. It drives the way most Mustangs are supposed to. Light, nimble.

Interior has also been restored including a new carpet, headliner, door panels, seat upholstery (front and back), rubber Pony logo trunk mats, dash pad, instrument cluster. It also has new rubbers all the way around including a new windshield, windshield wipers. The exterior chrome trim is in good shape and has no damage apart from a few small scratches.

There has been some weld work done on the chassis, however the work was well done (see undercarriage photos). The paint job is very good. An easy 9.5/10.

History : The previous owner had purchased the car in the mid early 90s from a newspaper ad which read simply ’65 Mustang $3000 456-7239 (see photo included in the gallery). He began to restore the car in 1997 by rebuilding the original 2 barrel carburetor (C6DF-F, receipt copy included in gallery). Shortly there after the engine was completely rebuilt (receipt copy including in gallery) to the tune of 2143.42. The engine build included a competition cam, .30 over piston set (turning the engine from a 289 to 302) with stock crank, rod specs. Engine build specific outlined in the paperwork included with the car. In 2001 the transmissions was slipping and was also overhauled (receipt included in gallery) including rebuilsing the torque convertor. The restoration continued up until mid 2019 where the car received an excellent paint job with laser straight body work, good panel fitment followed by overhauling the rear differential. The current mileage on the odometer is 11,6XX which, according to the receipts puts the engine mileage at about 15,000-20,000 mile range.

This car has been mechanically, and aesthetically restored with the restoration process taking almost 20 years. Its ready for the new owner to enjoy her and perhaps add his personal touch.

Options :
– Bench Seat
– Front Wheel Disc Brakes
– Rally Wheels with beauty rings, BF Goodridge white letter tires
– Vinyl Top

VIN # Breakdown 5R07C207750
5 – 1965
R – Built in San Jose, California
07 – Hard Top
C – 289 V8 2 Barrel Carburetor

65CK3608R7466
65C – Hard top, standard interior, bench seat
K – Silver smoke grey
36 – Black Bench Seat
08R – Date
74 – DSO (district sales office) Seattle, Washington
6 – Rear axle 2.80 gearing
6 – C4 Automatic Transmission

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