Cars with no miles are interesting, but late models don't command the attention yet. Out of the 2, the 93 probably would generate more interest. The 94 ( they didn't have a 95 pace car)should bring $27,000, and the 93, $20,000+. The longer he keeps them, they may go up, but generally the late models are very speculative. Neither car would compare to a 93 " R " model, or the 95 R model, or even the black 95 Cobra Conv. which had the only factory hardtop from Ford. ( Ours was shipped to Germany ).
I've taken a first step and narrowed my project towards a 66 or 69. I'd also consider 67 and 68, but with the mods I'd like to make, unless a deal comes along, they are out of reach at the moment.
Been looking for about 6 months to field the market but I'm not ready to buy till early next...
Early last year I solved my warm start issues by changing to non ethanol fuel but I was adding an octane booster because it was only 87 octane.
Now a new gas station (QT) has opened up down the street from me that has non ethanol 90 octane. Oh happy day!!!
Getting around to test fitting parts I bought in 2016. Went with an Aeromotive 20 gallon tank that's a direct fit for a 69-70 mustang.
Bought the modified filler neck from CJP. This is the problem.
The filler neck doesn't even get close to lining up with the tank.
And it won't go all the...
1970 mustang coupe diff identification.
Well it could be a different one from what it came stock. I’ve done some research and just got confused with how to identify a diff without a tag. At this point I thought I’d ask here how to figure out exactly what diff I have.
I post some pics in a bit