Stk#064 1966 Ford Mustang Fastback 2+2 Have the documents complete for build. Painted a beautiful Red B/C-C/C with White stripes, slick and straight with new door handles. The drip rail moldings are good, window trim is good, drivers side outside mirror is new, Sequential LED taillights are new, Billet gas cap with Cobra emblem, front & rear bumpers are new, grill is new, head lights are new. Stainless hood pins, all emblems, fiberglass hood with '67 Shelby style scoop are all new. Heidts full front suspension with tubular control arms, Heidts 4-link rear suspension kit, 8" Ford rear end with Tru Trak, American Racing wheels with Toyo tires that are new. 4-wheel power disc brakes, all FoMoCo glass is new as are the wiper arms and blades. A real attention getter. All new Pony interior and black, front buckets and back seats are new. Door panels are new, window cranks and door handles are new, all door and window rubber and felt new, kick panels with speakers new, new pedals. Black dash pad, Woodgrain gauge cluster and glovebox door, all gauges are all new. Column mounted Tach is Champion. Console with shifter new, custom Autosound system is new. rear seat is fold down. New seat belts, new black carpet, new black rubber floor mats with Cobra on them, new sill plates, black head liner and Sunvisor’s are new. New heater and A/C controls. Complete new wiring harness. Beautiful and looks better than new! Powered by a 347 Stroker engine built by Steve Ashworth Performance, aluminum heads, Ceramic coated headers are silver, Ceramic coated intake black, T-5 transmission with overdrive, Entropy cooling system with Twin Fans aluminum radiator and fans. MSD ignition system, Old Air Products A/C system is new. Twin Edelbrock 500 CFI carbs, blue Ford Racing valve covers and oil cap, Serpentine belt system, polished compressor, chrome alternator, hoses covered with black covers, electric fuel pump, Billet power steering reservoir, chrome oil dip stick, Edelbrock air cleaner, Ford Racing plug wires are blue, dual exhaust running through rear pan with stainless tips is new. New Gas tank. Runs and handles great! Sounds great! Visit our website at www.ecoastcc.com for more info.
Lin's passion for Classic Auto's has been steadily growing for many years. He began 'Street Rodding' in 1978 and he has traveled the Highways enjoying many Car Shows and meeting a lot of wonderful people who also share their passion of Yesteryears Automobiles. Lin's knowledge of these Classics has served him well. He not only restored many cars, with a love of painting them. He taught paint and body restoration classes at Central Carolina Community College. He also appraises cars. In March 2010 Lin and Bonnie had the opportunity to move to the next phase of their love of Classic Auto's by buying East Coast Classic Cars. Together they strive to make your Auto purchase, consign or trade with us a very pleasurable experience. Honesty and knowledge of these Classics is how we have built a reputable business.