Talk about survivor??? This is an outstanding example of why you want a Pacific Northwest native collectible car. She’s been in the same family since new. (two sisters) Spent the last 20 some years in the garage in south Seattle when there just wasn’t enough money in the wallet to do a brake job at the time. When there finally was, life had gone on. The new brakes are now installed and stops straight as an arrow as well as new fuel tank and sender, all fluids flushed and changed and complete tune and service. Drives excellent and super tight. She sports some of the best selling features Ford had to offer for the single female market they were aggressively pursuing. Things like the famed and bulletproof “sprint 200” engine coupled to a 3 speed automatic transmission, driving lights and power steering. Odometer reads 67,200 but selling tmu as the records were misplaced over the years. The car is super solid with it’s original “Ivy Gold” paint mostly intact. It appears that some door nicks had been repaired down driver side (garage) but the only way you’d know is it’s a tiny bit shinier than the right side but doesn’t even show in pics. There are two little paint bubbles (see pics) but they are so inconsequential I hate to mess with them. There’s also a little disfigurement on the roof (basketball?) but once again, I wouldn’t want to mess with the originality. (see pix) As you can see, the interior is all original including the carpet and in fantastic condition sans the drivers seat and a little carpet fade on the “hump” as you might see but you gotta look close. The car is so nice that I didn’t want to replace the one seat and risk being a little off from the original so there is a full interior (ft & r seats) about to be shipped (couple weeks) that will be included and shipped directly to you from the manufacturer. In addition, there is a full high-end molded carpet set to match (new, in the trunk) that is also included in the sale. (seemed the right thing to do w/upholstery) Also, there are the original “sprint” hub caps with the carpets and a full set of black “C” stripes that were an option on the sprint I believe. I just wasn’t sure weather I liked them? New door lock knobs, guide grommets and a emergency brake handle. She’s not a #1 but somehow original seems better, you can truly be very proud to own and drive of this finely preserved mustang.
Located in Seattle, WA.