Here is what I have written in the classified.
Gainesville, VirginiaI am putting up for sale my 1967 mustang fastback project car as it is clear I won't be able to finish the work any time soon. Originally a 289 3-barrel with 3-speed manual, now has a 1968 302 4-barrel with basic upgrades. 8" rear axle. Original power steering. Manual brakes with Grenada disc brakes up front, drums rear.I purchased the car in 2004 and the restoration took place between 2007-08. The work was a rotisserie restoration with complete elimination of all rust and body damage/prior repair. It is all steel with the exception to the trunk lid which is fiberglass with the Shelby duckbill spoiler shape. Besides the body and paint, all rubber seals/gaskets/exterior trim have been replaced as well as all exterior hardware including door locks/latches/handles. Glass is all original and has some discoloration but IMO it's only enough to remind you it's an old car and does not affect visibility. The interior is currently original. A complete Painless wiring harness is installed as well as all new exterior lights. Marty report included.Not installed parts included in the sale is as follows:
Richmond Super T-10 4-speed manual transmission with Hurst Comp shifter
Centerforce Dual Friction Clutch
Interior components including carpets, headliner, and new sport bucket front seats with hardware.
Extra bellhousing for a T-5 trans swap
What the car needs to be road-worthy
Transmission installed with new clutch linkage(either cable or hydraulic as the original z-bar will not work with the installed Lakewood bellhousing
Parking brake assembly
(recommended) upgrade the steering and brakes as they are original