Great Project car. She was covered and in a garage for 28 years, then has been covered in a carport or outside covered till now.
She's the perfect car for a teen, kids with dad, present for the wife... to work on as his/her first car. I did almost all of the work on her until 1985. Then bro & sis did for 2 years before she was garaged.
Title is clean since I've owned her for 33 years. I have several books on Mustangs that will go with her Maintenance and Repair, history and etc.
Her biggest drawback is that she can't be a true restoration because the original threw a rod and has been replaced by a rebuilt '66 straight 6.
She hasn't been started since 1991 when I drove her around the block a few times. There's no battery and she's been sitting, don't want to risk starting her up without changing fluids, gaskets and such.
I purchased the car from the estate of the 1st owner. She had special ordered the car instead of buying off the dealer floor. Sounds cliche but the car was driven to church and shopping. It had 10,525 on the odometer when I bought her in 1980. She now has 60K
She is a tudor aka coupe. Color is Frost Turquoise. She has the blight that most 1st Generation Mustangs have... Flintstoning. The floor pans rust. This one only rusted in the well in front of the seats. Other rust on the car is not as bad as I've seen on others.
She has a two tone turquoise interior, But she's not a pony. Most Frost Turquoise I've seen online have had either a black or blue interior. The back seats are great. The front seats have rips on the bottom.
All parts are original. Windows work, doors work, but the drivers door lock spins, you have to lock from inside. Her front bumper looks like Elvis' sneer. Passenger front quarter panel has a rip. The rest of the quarter panels are low on rust.
Ask question, I'll answer.
I have 33 of the entire car except underneath.