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General Information

primer red
GT/Mach-1 tribute
I acquired the 69 Coupe back in 2001 for the price of the tow home. The Coupe was almost a bare shell that was being used as a parts car so most of it was missing. The only things left on it were the trunk lid, fenders, trashed front & rear suspension, 4 mismatched tires, & the lower dash board. After moving 4 times in 8 years & 1 business venture fast forward to 2010 when I started working on the Coupe again with the idea of getting it running under its own power again by its 50th birthday, which was 11/26/2018 which BTW I did not make.
1969 Ford Mustang (primer red)


1987 5.0 w/stock block, M-6049-X306 cylinder heads w/Ford Racing roller rockers off a new M-6007-X302B new Boss 302 crate engine, Edelbrock performer RPM intake, M-6250-B303 cam, Fi Tech EFI system, Pertronix Flame Thrower distributor, Hedman shorty headers, 1987 Mustang T-5 WC trans, hydraulic clutch, Ford 9" rear w/3.50 gears w/trac-loc.
Dakota Digital VHX black face gauges mounted in the stock dash panel, 1970 Mustang high back bucket seats, custom Mach-1 r/s dash panel w/clock, & modified 1980 Ford Bronco steering wheel, added a center mount E brake from a 1987 Mustang, metal trunk divider panel, Fat Mat sound deadening material, & dual exhaust rear floor pan reinforcement panels.
I added 69/70 Shelby Convertible lower body brake scoops, 69 Mach-1 front & rear spoilers, hood scoop, hood pins, & dual exhaust rear valance.
1980's era AM/FM stereo w/ MP-3 player interface.
OTR street performance upper & lower control arms, & performance 1" drop front coil springs. 4.5 mid eye 1" drop rear leaf springs, Koni StrT front & rear shocks.
Wheel and Tire
225/70R-14 Cooper Cobra Radial GT's in the rear & 215/70R-14 in the front mounted on 1968/69 GT rims painted silver w/GT center caps & trim rings.



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