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Export car T5.
You don't see too many of these!
Needs restoration. Needs floors and torque boxes. Frame rails, trunk floor, fender aprons solid.
See attached pics.
Red on red car.
Has 302 engine, unsure if it is original but looks to be.

Asking $5900
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DOOR DATA PLATE INFORMATION
Serial Number 9F03F184788
9 1969
F Built at Dearborn
03 Mustang 2-Door Convertible
F 302-2V V-8 Engine
184788 Serial Number of this Ford scheduled for
production at Dearborn
76A Mustang2-Door Convertible
T Candyapple Red Paint, Ford #2008-A
2D Red Vinyl Bucket Seats
15D Scheduled for build April 15, 1969
91 Export DSO (District Sales Office)
O 3.00 Locking Rear Axle
5 Four-Speed Wide Ratio Manual Transmission
ORDER TYPE: RETAIL
DSO ITEM #: 860D
DEALER #: 9S0A19
FORD MOTOR COMPANY FIGESO
153 HALSEY ST
NEWARK NJ 07100
IMPORTANT DATES
ORDER RECEIVED: --
CAR SERIALIZED: --
BUCKED: --
SCHEDULED FOR BUILD: 04/15/69
ACTUALLY BUILT: 04/14/69
RELEASED: 04/21/69
SOLD: 06/20/69
STATISTICS
Your vehicle was one of:
2,293 With this Paint Code
802 With these Paint/Trim Codes
245 With these Engine/Transmission Codes
68 Ordered from this DSO
94 With T-5 Package
For the 1969 Mustang 2-Door Convertible
Your vehicle was equipped with the following features:
- Black Manual Top w/Plastic Backlite
- Traction-Lok Differential
- Electric Clock
- 7.35X14-4 Ply Rated White Sidewall Tires
- AM/8-Track Stereo Radio
- Heavy Duty Export Suspension
- Tachometer and Trip Odometer
- Accessory Packaging
- T-5 Package
Your vehicle was actually produced on April 14, 1969 -- one day ahead of schedule.
 

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To clarify, the frame rails, trunk floors, fender aprons are solid.
 

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It appears that the front drivers framerail has poked up thru the floor? That looks strange?
 

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It appears that the front drivers framerail has poked up thru the floor? That looks strange?
I'll take a closer look today but from the pic I don't see anything out of the norm for a car that needs floors. If I were restoring it I'd just put a complete floor in it.
 

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It may just be me, and in the pic it is hard to tell, but the framerail appears bent upward through floor pan. I have seen leaf springs do this through the trunk, but not the front rails? maybe it's just the photo. Other than the missing dash, I would be very happy to take on this project, replacing floor pans is expected.
 

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Wow, it's my car in red!

How do the frame rails look?
You have a T5?

Frame rails, trunk floor, fender aprons solid.
I can get some pics of these area on Friday if you have interest.
Thx
 

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SOLD
 

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It may just be me, and in the pic it is hard to tell, but the framerail appears bent upward through floor pan. I have seen leaf springs do this through the trunk, but not the front rails? maybe it's just the photo. Other than the missing dash, I would be very happy to take on this project, replacing floor pans is expected.
What I'm seeing is if you zoom in on the picture and look closely, you can see that the frame rail isn't bent up, the rusted floor pan hanging down gives it that appearance.
 

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Yea, I thought it looked strange but couldn't really tell from the photo.
 

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This Stang has been sold.
Thx
 
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