In garage for 27 years. 97k Original miles. Motor rebuilt 5k ago. AC, Power Steering, Power Windows, Power Seat, Power Door Locks, Factory Compass, Good Interior, too many new parts to list. Solid Frame, min. body rust.
After 13 years the time has come to sell the best classic car I've ever owned. She just came out of an expensive overhaul to prepare her for sale. Work done included professionally rebuilt transmission, power-steering system, all new hydraulic lines for top operation, new exhaust pipe, modernized sequential turn lamps, new motors for both main and both rear vent power windows, and more. Options include 428 C.I. engine, power driver's seat, all power windows (including vents), power locks, power antenna, Tonneau cover. This was originally a California car and is an older restoration so it is about a #3 with the usual minor cosmetic flaws you would expect on a car restored over 13 years ago. I've put about 6,000 miles on her since purchasing the car and I tend to be a bit obsessive about keeping her looking as close to perfect as possible, but this is by no means a "trailer queen." She's meant to be driven. The five digit only odometer reads about 22,000 miles. I'm going to guess 122,000 but with a 52 year old car with who knows how many owners your guess is really as good as mine. She's certainly solid without much in the way of rattles or squeaks. Hate to see it go, especially with all the new upgrades. This T-Bird drives beautifully, looks great, and will be missed. Car is in Freehold, NJ. Please only contact me if you are a serious buyer. IMPORTANT: Buyer must make a $500 cash deposit within 24 hours of decision to buy. The balance must be paid in cash, or by certified bank check within, 7 days. If you plan to ship the car all shipping arrangements must be handled by you. 22K price is a fair one, and is firm. CONTACT: email@example.com
Owned for 32 years. Always garaged, never seen water except for washing. I am 79 years old and it is time to give the car up. The car was bought in Maine, but was never driven in Maine. It was transported to Colorado. I built the car for my own needs. It has standard shift and overdrive. The donor car was a 1959 hardtop. The column shift and clutch assy. are unique. Too much to list. Please give me a call.