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1969 Ford Mustang Hardtop Coupe

1969 Ford Mustang

Condition: Used
Make: Ford
Model: Mustang
Type: Coupe
Year: 1969
Mileage: 81350
VIN: 2198082275
Color: Primer
Engine: 428 CJ
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Primer
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clean
Item location: Griffith, Indiana, United States

Description for Ford Mustang 1969

1969 Ford Mustang Hardtop Coupe

VIN Number – 9R01F125428

Mileage: 81,350, although I am not sure if this is the correct mileage, as I am not the original owner.

I have the factory build sheet and Marti Auto Works Deluxe report and the Marti Report shows this car was ordered on 11/05/1968 and built on 11/25/1968 at the San Jose plant. The VIN number is 9R01F125428 and I have the clear title for the car.

This 1969 Mustang Hardtop Coupe was ordered with a 302-2V engine, Meadowlark Yellow exterior, with Light Nugget Gold Kiwi Vinyl standard bucket seats, 2.79 axle ratio and a C 4 Select shift Cruse-O-Matic transmission. It was also ordered with E78 x 14 white sidewall tires, power steering and an AM radio. It also has tinted glass-complete, Sports Appearance Group – no tape stripes, color keyed racing mirrors, hood scoop and wheel covers.

This 1969 Mustang Hardtop Coupe body is 100% rust free original sheet metal, under an 18 year old coat of primer and with a bondo free body. I didn’t do any body work, so there are a few small dings on the right side, nothing major.

I have added some things to the car, while I was going crazy buying things. The front sway bar, front coil springs and complete front suspension components have been replaced. I added sub frame connectors to the underside. I replaced the leaf springs and the rear sway bar, I installed a Flaming River rack and pinion steering kit and added a Stainless Brake Company, Disc Brake conversion kit, which includes slotted Stainless rotors and also installed larger rear drum brakes complete, used in the 428 V8 cars. I removed the 8 inch rear end axle assembly and installed a 9 inch rear axle assembly, removed from a big block Mustang, and had our local speed shop install a new 3.50 ring and pinion in it. I removed the original 302 engine, C4 transmission and the original drive shaft. The engine installed is built up with 428 CJ parts inside. I have a description of the engine on an attached photo. Along with the engine, is a C6 transmission and I purchased and installed a new aluminum drive shaft.

The engine and transmission ran 15 years ago, but I purchased and installed rebuilt 428 CJ heads on the engine, so you may want to check the clearance between the two. I also purchased and installed a pair of original early and rare 428 CJ Exhaust manifolds, (C8OE 9430 A & C8OE 9431 A).

Now for what’s not on the car, that will come along with the car. I have most of the original parts, pieces, wiring looms, trim, glass, that came off of the car, boxed up and the boxes identified on the outside of them. The hardware that held the parts on or together are in ziplock bags, in the box with the parts, along with a paper in the bag identifying what they go to. I don’t have either bumper, but do have the brackets.

A new gas tank is installed and I have new Stainless Steel tubing for the gas line and brake lines that aren’t installed yet. I have a collection of other parts that will go with the car, along with five original Ford chrome GT wheels, trim rings and center caps.

Most of the interior needs to be restored. The two front seat frames are good, but will need new padding and covers. The rear seat is fine and both right and left interior side panels are good but will need to be painted. The dash isn’t installed, but was media blasted and powder coated along with the glove box door. I don’t have any of the interior that will need to be replaced. It will need new carpeting, padding, headliner and interior door panels.

Please read the two additional sheets attached with the photos for more information. My loss is your gain, because at my age I don’t see myself finishing this project. Good luck bidding.