Now available in our Dallas Showroom is this 1972 Ford Mustang. The 1972 Ford Mustangs changed very little from the 1971 models, except the Boss 351 did not return for a second year. Outside of red/white and blue color schemes, the only obvious difference was the Mustang name on the rear was now smaller and on the right side, instead of across the center. This 1972 Mustang began life as a Grand...
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Gateway Classic Cars is pleased to offer this 1973 Ford Mustang convertible for sale in their Indianapolis showroom. The Mustang has been an America icon since its introduction in 19694. This 73 is powered by Fords tried and true 351 V8, shifting through a classic C6 3-speed automatic transmission. The air conditioning currently isnt working and will need some attention. Additional factory equi...
Gateway Classic Cars is pleased to offer this 1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1 for sale in our Indianapolis Showroom! Equipped with the legendary 351C M code V8 engine, and the heavy-duty C6 automatic transmission, this car may look familiar to you. Especially if youre a fan of James Bond! This tribute to the famous automotive co-star in Diamonds are Forever, was painstakingly restored using all Ford F...
Ford big block to small blocks even 2.3L turbo C4 C6 9" 429CJ PART 1970 429 CJ Torino ram air: NOS air cleaner assy. Part # D0OZ-9600-C $7,500.00 429 CJ carb: cast # 7040288 , date 1182; AUTOLITE tag # D0OF B , date D227 $750.00 429 CJ / SCJ valve covers $400.00 pr 429 CJ / SCJ exhaust manifolds cast # D0OE-9430-A & D1ZE-9431-CA-2 $1,800.00 pr 1971 429 CJ / SCJ 4 bolt main short block: block ca...
Up for sale in our Atlanta Showroom is this 1969 Ford Mustang Convertible. These cars are very sought after in the collector world. She has the 351 Windsor with 4-bbl carb, mated to the C-4 automatic transmission, and dual exhaust, that makes this car such a blast to drive. The entire engine bay has been updated by adding an aluminum radiator, with electric fan, aluminum intake, Holley 4 barrel...
Gateway Classic Cars of Tampa is proud to offer in our showroom a rare, 1980 Shay Model A! This Black with Yellow Accents beauty is an eye-catcher. The yellow wheels really stick out with the whitewall tires. It's an excellent collectible. These vehicles were produced from 1979 to 1981 and could ONLY be ordered at your local Ford dealership. Picture yourself in the year 1980, going down to the ...
For sale in our Gateway Classic Cars of Chicago Showroom is this orange 1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1. This car was restored about 20 years ago and was not designed to be a trailer queen. The original 351 Cleveland engine was rebuilt 15 years ago and has about 4,000 miles on it since then. The motor is connected to the original FMX automatic transmission. The engine has a chrome air filter Chrome Fo...
Gateway Classic Cars is proud to present this 1971 Mercury Cougar Convertible in our Saint Louis Showroom. Nothing is needed here. It's ready to immediately enjoy and priced to move fast. BACKGROUND: With elegant styling and luxurious appointments, the Cougar debuted to the world as a gentlemans alternative to the Mustang. For 1971, the Cougar was restyled, weighed less, and had only a one-inch...
Gateway Classic Cars is pleased to offer this beautiful 1969 Mercury Cougar convertible for sale in their Indianapolis showroom. First introduced in 1967 as an alternative to its sister car the Ford Mustang, the Cougar quickly became a favorite among the pony car crazed public. Styled with a European flair, and offering such unique features to the segment as concealed headlamps, sequential rear...
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Built by longtime Cobra replica manufacturer Everett-Morrison based in Tampa, Florida. Using the exact body dimensions, 90 wheelbase, and round tube chassis just like the originals, it truly honors the factory design! This one comes fitted with a Paxton supercharged 351C V8, 4-speed top loader, and Ford Traction-Loc solid rear axle! Excellent fit & finish, along with potent road manners that wi...
Now available for sale in our Milwaukee Showroom is this 1972 Ford Mustang. The 1972 Ford Mustangs changed very little from the 1971 models, except the Boss 351 did not return for a second year. Outside of red/white and blue color schemes, the only obvious difference was the Mustang name on the rear was now smaller and on the right side, instead of across the center. This 1972 Mustang, powered ...
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