“New Restoration on this Arizona Car. Finished in July of 2017, Used in a Spanish Fashion Commercial, tested for a couple of weeks, and put in storage. Everything replaced or refurbished, Less than 3 Tanks of gas, New Blue Print, Balanced, Dyno'd, professional built drive train from Prestigmoto.com. Engine is from their cruiser line, 425 HP and 400+ Ft # Torque. This car is immaculate and has a ton of get up and go, while the 5 speed gives it reasonable fuel consumption and makes for a great cruiser. You can't touch a comparable new car at this price! And this one will not depreciate to $100 scrap in 10 years.Cost way more to build than the selling price. This car loves it's 68 Cougar sister, and although the Cougar (San Fran Car) is not officially for sale, a buy it now Price of $100,000 can put in in this His & Her's classics. The cougar was restored to 99.9% original.Key Words, Classic, Muscle Car, Camaro, Charger, Cuda, GMC, Chevy, Dodge, Plymouth, Corvette”
For Sale by Private Owner, 1970 Ford Mustang Convertible, very professionally restoration. You can read the whole description, or you can just accept the fact this car was completely dismantled, and every inch this car that could be touched, was, and was either stripped, cleaned, primed, painted, or replaced with new if necessary. So now I will try to explain in detail how the car got to where it is today. In June of 2007 I found this mustang, painted green chameleon (turns purple and blue at different angles), in Phoenix, AZ (Hence the AZ plate is original to it when I purchased the car). The plate has multiple year stickers on it, but had not been registered since 1988. The car had a solid body, and that was about it. It showed signs of not driving in a long time. However, we worked on it for a couple days, and patched together the power train enough and drove it 1500 mile to Calgary Canada. Before We left Phoenix, I had AATCO in Phoenix put in all new upholstery, carpet, and convertible top. The trip was an fun adventure. The car itself was as base model convertible. Manual drum brakes all around, manual steering, straight 6 with 3 speed transmission. For some reason it did have a deluxe walnut grained wood interior (missing the clock). No AC. And everything was eaten up by the AZ heat and sun. September 2007, I dismantled the whole car, and chemically stripped all the exterior paint, sand blasted the engine bay, and underside. As mentioned, the body of the car was solid, and absolutely no rust. The floor boards were rusted with pin holes (common with convertibles, as leaky tops allow wet carpet to hold water). All new floor boards were welded into place. The interior, and trunk were coated with a commercial rust prevention oil based primer. The car was then sent to a paint shop to start the restoration. That paint shop had the car 3 months and never touched it. I took the car back, and went to another paint shop that painted the Blue Cougar in the picture. Ugh, he started working on it, got hooked on drugs, had prostitutes, drug dealers and other sketchy people around, so as soon as it was painted, I took it out of that shop. Prior to painting, his staff did a good job, 3 guide coats, and good prep. Because of the circumstances, the car was hastily loaded on a tow truck and hauled off to storage until Oct 2016. In the mean time, the car received lots of small chips and scratches, so I took it to another paint shop (Ross Custom Paint, in Calgary). The decision was made to sand down the whole car, refit all panels, straighten more body lines, and completely paint the car again (another 3 guide coats). This car is straight. After paint, the car was wet sanded, and professionally polished, mirror finish. The car was ready to be reassembled.A turn key 347 Stroker engine, with Tremec TKO 600 performance 5 speed transmission was ordered from Prestige Motorsports in Concord, NC. Professional builders, please visit their website.New Painless wiring HarnessCar upgraded with power front disc brakes, original parts (all new) for a 1970 Ford mustang, so if you ever need anything. There is no confusion about a part to re-order.Up graded to power steering, with 1970 Ford Mustang componentsAll new suspension, upgraded springs, front coil and rear leafs, new shocks, bushings, etc.New radiator, high flow water pump, new hoses, heater core,New exhaust system.All chrome, re done, fresh polished stainless, all new marker lights and trim bezels.New Dash Pad (not just a cover)Have a center console, not installed yet.All new gaskets and seals, doors, windows, hood truck, convertible top (over $2000 in seals alone).New Front windshieldNew mirrorsAny bolt removed to get a part off was stripped, cleaned, primed and painted.New 17 inch rims with new rubber all around.All light lenses and brake lenses replaced, so all crystal clear and bright.Lower dash was removed, stripped, and painted.Lenses in the instrument panel were replace with new clear ones. If you buy a car, you need trust in the power train. I bought my engine from Prestige Motorsports. Feel free to check out their video on building a good engine. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_60U4BXs8JA If I have not mentioned it, it was probably address, you can ask me. A certified mechanic assisted with the build for quality. More pictures are available upon request. This car was originally from Arizona and I have the original import, and export documentation. I can easily assist with international customs and transportation. There is 0% Duty or Tax on this car between Canada, USA and Mexico. Document fees at the border are minimal. I can guide international customers for ocean shipping.