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1966 Mustang- 6 Cylinder, Automatic, Pony Interior.
93,000 Miles- 2nd Owner. Clean Title
Car was restored in 1978, has not been driven since 1984, and has been stored in a Garage since that time.
In 2014 I started restoration on it- new brakes, and lines, new plugs, wires, fuel tank. The car was started and ran on a monthly basis until 2018.
It is a pretty solid car, but it will need restoration to make it road worthy.
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The bad- I lost the keys when moving in 2018.

Price is $ 4,500.00
Location Cincinnati Ohio.

Reach out to tommy at [email protected]
 

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UPDATE-
I found the keys, and as I suspected, the Car started right up.

This Car needs to be loved by someone else..

New Price is $3,000.00.

Please reach out to Tommy at [email protected] to discuss.

Thanks!
Can you post a few more pics Please?
 

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1966 Mustang- 6 Cylinder, Automatic, Pony Interior.
93,000 Miles- 2nd Owner. Clean Title
Car was restored in 1978, has not been driven since 1984, and has been stored in a Garage since that time.
In 2014 I started restoration on it- new brakes, and lines, new plugs, wires, fuel tank. The car was started and ran on a monthly basis until 2018.
It is a pretty solid car, but it will need restoration to make it road worthy.
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The bad- I lost the keys when moving in 2018.

Price is $ 4,500.00
Location Cincinnati Ohio.

Reach out to tommy at [email protected]
Lost keys no problem.
You can get a new lock cylinder and keys for the ignition.
The old cylinder pops right out if you insert a large paper clip, (straightened out) into the little hole on the face of the ignition switch.
Use the same paper clip to install the new one.
Not sure about a locked trunk. Maybe take the back seat out and go in with a flashlite, if U can fit!
 

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If you were near by I would buy it, but Ohio is a bit far even for a good deal.
 
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