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Georgeous Tribute 1971 Plymouth Hemi ‘Cuda Convertible For Sale $79,995




1969 Ford Mustang Boss 302 Sports Roof Fastback is Sold.

1969 Ford Mustang Front Right Side1969 Ford Mustang Front Left Side1969 Ford Mustang Engine Bay Right Side1969 Ford Mustang Front Right Side1969 Ford Mustang Floor View1969 Ford Mustang Arizona Car!

This Rock Solid Arizona 1969 Ford Mustang is “jammed out” in its Original Acapulco Blue Paint, is Air Conditioned, has a 4-Speed, Shaker Hood, Tinted Glass, Rim-Blow Steering Wheel. A Perfect Project Car, ready to assemble with all the tough stuff done!

This 1969 Ford Mustang Sports Roof Fastback was purchased from Arizona in 1991, then shipped to & registered in MA. The DMV forced the owner to call it a “Boss 302″ Ford Mustang even though it wasn’t officially, because the DMV said they only had a “Boss 302″ category since it had its original 302 engine at the time. The owner had to go along with it, because the DMV gave her no other option. She wanted to be legally on the road, enjoying this Rust Free Muscle Car and thought about possibly making this a 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 302 in time.

She had previously purchased a ’70 Mach 1 from MA a few years back and it was a rusty project car that ended up being parted out. She saved the key MACH1 parts for this Rust Free 1969 Ford Mustang from Arizona. Her aspirations were for the 351 Engine, or maybe a Ford Motorsports Engine, 4-Speed, Shaker Hood, Monte Carlo Bar and Hi-Tech Speaker Enclosure & Stereo Improvements. All these & More were the goals for this 1969 Ford Mustang’s Future thanks to this Cisco Engineer’s meticulous attention to detail.
1969 Ford Mustang on Rotisserie1969 Ford Mustang on Rotisserie1969 Ford Mustang on Rotisserie This 1969 Ford Mustang underwent an extensive rotisserie restoration with 1 Rear Quarter & Rear Valance being replaced with NOS Parts, since there was Filler found. This Engineer wanted Only the Best, Straight, Solid Metal on her Prized Pony…, since Every Other Panel was Original and Rust Free! As she envisioned this 1969 Ford Mustang being completed, she Collected an Extensive Group of Mustang Restoration Magazines & Literature & NOS Parts to make this ‘Stang Perfect. Many $1000’s of Dollars were spent with a Concours Quality Restorer. Unfortunately, this Engineer had an untimely health problem and passed on with this Solid Project just needing assembly and paint to bring it to completion. Here’s YOUR Chance to Finish a Diamond, that’s FAR from rough…. It’s almost there…. Just a little TLC, assembly and paint….

1969 Ford Mustang NOS PartsFord Mustang Big Valve Heads1969 Ford Mustang Glass Extras1969 Ford Mustang NOS Trim1969 Ford Mustang NOS Trim Parts1969 Ford Mustang Original parts

All Original 1969 Ford Mustang Interior & Exterior Parts included, NOS Seats, NOS Carpet, Headliner, A/C Dash(s), Seat Belts, Glass, Rubber trim, Chrome etc. A Ford Motorsports A4 Engine Block & Big Valve Heads are included. There’s a Spare 351 engine & Trans & TONS of Parts that go with this car. Here’s your chance for a Father – Son Team or Mustang fan to get a head start, on the shoulders of a Perfectionist that had a Vision for an Awesome Mustang with Subtle Tweaks to Enhance Handling, Power, Performance & Sound…. Other Project Mustangs, not anywhere as SOLID as this are going for $19-24K. This Gem is Offered at 15K. There’s close to $20K when you factor in all the included parts!

1969 Ford Mustang Big Valve heads1969 Ford Mustang Connecting Rods1970 Ford Mustang 351C Intake manifold1970 Mach1 Engine 4 Speed Trans1969 Mustang Exhaust Manifolds1969 Mustang Interior Trim1969 Mustang Engine Accessories1969 Mustang NOS Shaker Hood Trim1969 Mustang NOS Parts1969 Mustang 4 Speed1969 Mustang NOS Shaker Hood Trim1969 Mustang Original Interior

The family survivors will finally see this Mustang completed by the New Owner, with the Same Passion that its Previous Owner had. Her Picture at a South Shore Antique Auto Taunton, MA Flea Market Years Ago is Posted in Memory of an Incredibly Great Gal; Caroline, driven with a Passion for Perfection. We all miss your Special Spirit of Inquiry, always asking why, always digging deeper than most could imagine…. We’ve done our Best Caroline to Find the Right Folks for your Treasure. With Great Honor, We’ll Post the Final Assembly Progress By The New Owner here…. May God Bless You…. May this be a Growing & Healing Experience for all involved.




1947 Chrysler Town and Country Woody Convertible For Sale with 46K Original Miles!

Rarely do you find a 1947 Chrysler Town and Country Convertible For Sale….

Even More RARE do you find a 46,000 Original Mile Survivor Wearing its ORIGINAL Newport Blue Paint & Chrome…, with a Charming, Gleaming, Original “Patina” that says I’m Still New in Spirit, with 64+ Years of Pampered Care, Proving this Investor Grade Collector Car has Endured the Test of Time…. In Chrysler Engineering, In Envied Woodie Drop Top Style, and In Meticulous 3 Owner Detailed Maintenance and Preservation Listed Below:
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1947 Chrysler Town and Country Convertible Right Front Side 1947 Chrysler Town and Country Right Side 1

1947 Chrysler Town and Country Convertible Interior Right Side1947 Chrysler Town and Country Front Interior Drivers Side Dash Door Open1947 Chrysler Town and Country Convertible Rear Interior

Complete New Engine Harness in Engine Compartment, Controlling Headlights, Dashboard, through to Trunk. Rebuilt Gas Sending Unit, Rebuilt Radio, Rebuilt Clock, New Tie Rod Ends, New Exhaust-Complete, New Starter & Generator, Voltage Regulator, Original Battery Hold Down, Fan Belt, Radiator Hose, Heater Hoses & Thermostat, Spark Plugs, Wires, Cap, Rotor, Points, Condenser, Fuel Pump, Replaced Intake & Exhaust Manifold Engine Studs and Intake/Exhaust Gaskets, Flushed & Pressure Tested Radiator, Complete Engine & Compartment Detailing, New Wheel Cylinders, Brake Linings, Master Cylinder, NOS Electric Gas Cap, NOS Fog Lights & Brackets, New Tires & Wide Beauty Rings, New Carpets-Wilton-Per Original, New Convertible Top with Original Rear Window, New Interior per Original Bedford Cord, etc, Original Wood Completely Refinished in Original Satin Finish, Trunk, Fenders & Door Veneers are all new.

1947 Chrysler Town and Country Front Dash Speedo1947 Chrysler Town and Country Convertible Front Dashboard1947 Chrysler Town and Country Front Dash 2

1947 Chrysler Town and Country Drivers Door1947 Chrysler Town And Country Left Rear Side1947 Chrysler Town and Country Convertible Right Door Wood

Bumpers are Original Chrome, as is all Interior Chrome & Stainless Moldings and All are in Very Good Condition considering the 64+ Year Age of Vehicle.

1947 Chrysler Town and Country Right Front Side Door Wood1947 Chrysler Town and Country Convertible Left Door Jam Wood

1947 Chrysler Town and Country Convertible Right Side 1947 Chrysler Town and Country Right Quarter Wood1947 Chrysler Town and Country Convertible Trunk Inside

Very little pitting is visible on Rear Tail Light Trim, which is usual on a vehicle of this vintage. The Trunk Tail Light is in Great shape. Rocker Moldings, Stainless Trim Moldings as well as Rear Quarter Moldings have NO Dents, Creases, etc. All, are in Very Good Shape. Other features include: Dual Heaters, Single Spot Light.

1947 Chrysler Town and Country Convertible Front Grille

1947 Chrysler Town and Country Convertible Right Door in Garage

The Current Owner Has Preserved The Original Build Sheet from the Original Owner, Confirming Delivery to a Chrysler Dealer in New York City. The Original Owner, Mr. Knapp, who Performed in the New York Symphony Orchestra, Purchased this Coveted Post War 1947 Chrysler Town & Country Convertible New for his Wife in 1947. Their travels in this vehicle were only on Sunny Days, and with New England Seasons swiftly passing, the accumulated mileage was very limited. This Chrysler Town and Country Convertible remained garaged where The Knapp’s resided in Danbury, CT.

In 1966-1967, the 2nd Owner, Mr. Quinn from Massachusetts, bought this Pristine Chrysler with just 22,000 Original Miles. From 1994 to 2004, Mr. Quinn was befriended by the Current Owner, and would be called on the phone by Mr. Quinn from time to time (who was legally blind and unable to drive) so that he could sit in the car & just listen to the Chrysler Spitfire Straight Eight Engine purr…. Mr. Quinn owned this vehicle up until 2004 when it was sold to the Current 3rd owner with only 38,000 miles. Mr. Quinn never married and lived with his single sister who had a 1940 Ford Convertible.

The Current Owner is a Genuine Chrysler Town & Country Enthusiast Who Understands and Appreciates The Unique Responsibility of Protecting the Heritage and Caliber of this Stunning Low Mileage Example. Within Recent Years, the 1946-1948 Chrysler Town and Country Convertible have been ACCEPTED, and Registered as a TRUE CLASSIC, into The Classic Car Club of America, C.C.C.A., a Most Envied Position to Achieve, Never to be Removed from The Registry and Never to Depreciate in Value. For Years, The Town and Country has been “The Most Sought after Wooden Car in Existence…. ” Their Limited Production, Masterful Hand Built Craftsmanship and Timeless Style make This Magnificent Low Mileage Survivor “The Ultimate” Convertible to own….

We at were Truly Honored to Offer This Historical Chrysler Icon For Sale as a Rock Solid # 2 Condition with a Value Well Beyond $145,000. It was being Offered Realistically from a Well Established Collector, who is NOT a Dealer, for $135,000 to the Right Discriminating Investor with Interest in Continuing its Preservation. It HAS been Sold. For Further Details, Email: cars(at) SweetChariots(dot)com.

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