1969 Ford Mustang Convertible
302 cubic inch V8 - Edelbrock 4bbl. Carburetor, Aluminum Intake, Finned Aluminum Valve Covers, Street Cam
3-Speed Manual Transmission
Power Steering - Just installed here at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas
Updated Aluminum Radiator
Headrest Bucket Seating
Power Convertible Top - Black
Custom Dual Exhaust - Long Tube Headers
Mach 1 Hood Scoop
Styled Steel 14-Inch Mustang Wheels - B. F. Goodrich Radial T/A tires x 4
Manual Drum Brakes
AM-FM Digital Cassette Stereo
Remote Driver's Mirror
3.00:1 Rear Axle Ratio
The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the fitting location for many of our photos of this classic 1969 Ford Mustang Convertible. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you ever find yourself in Dallas, Texas. This car has had needed updates to make it a reliable and comfortable driver. Our shop just installed a power steering system. The cooling duties are courtesy of an updated aluminum radiator. This Mustang was originally equipped with a 6-cylinder engine, now powered by a stout 302 cube V8.
This Mustang sounds excellent. Be sure to check out our video of this car in action. The exterior presents a good straight body with attractive paint throughout. The front and rear bumper chrome shows well as does the trim throughout. There may be some minor imperfections on close inspection, overall very clean and straight. The wheels of choice are 14-Inch styled-steel wheels fitted with B.F. Goodrich Radial T/A tires all around. Open the doors to 1969. The interior showcases headrest bucket seating and standard accompaniments along with an AM/FM cassette stereo. There is a little wear on the piping on the top of the driver's seat.
The dash itself is straight and in very good condition. The original gauges are intact throughout. This is a factory 3-speed manual shift car. The transmission shifts with ease and pulls strong in every gear. The upholstery is clean and in very good condition front to back. The updated 302 cubic inch V8 has induction duties enhanced via an Edelbrock 4bbl. carburetor atop an aluminum intake. Exhaust gases are expelled in a hurry through custom dual header exhaust & full length pipes & mufflers. Be sure to play our video. Cooling duties are handled via a high capacity aluminum radiator. Further inspection of the engine bay reveal original sheet metal throughout the inner fenders, core support, and firewall.
The original door identification plate is intact and legible. This was originally a Silver Jade car, now brilliant red. The door undersides are solid, left and right. The original windshield VIN plate is also intact and legible. The door panels have been replaced along with the weatherstripping throughout. The black convertible top is power-operated and in great shape. It raises and lowers as it should. The latch mechanisms are original and functional. The undercarriage looks to be good and solid throughout with some surface rust and original sheet metal, including the frame rails and flooring. The fuel tank has been replaced along with the shocks. The front end has also been previously rebuilt. This car drives down the road great.
The inner quarter panels are intact. There is some rust-through on the passenger side inner panel, shown above, but it is minimal. The Mach 1 hood scoop fits well on this '69, naturally. The trunk is in good shape, complete with the correct reproduction vinyl mat. The trunk weatherstrip has been replaced around the trunk lid.