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   For Sale: Dec 8, 2022

  1994 Cobra Indy pace car. Number 466 of 1000. All stock, all original. 26,000 original miles asking $30k.
  Contact: Nick Banovitz at 707 718 5519.


For Sale: Oct 10, 2022

  New in the box K&N High Flow Air Filter for a 2006 - 2008 Mustang GT. Asking $15.00 or best offer.
  Contact: Bill Davis at 707 688 3761


For Sale: Sept 13, 2022

 1968 Mustang Coupe + extras  $8000.
Project car in good shape, clean title, registered non-op.
Dear Mustang enthusiast,
1968 Mustang Coupe, stripped, bead blasted, sand blasted and primed. Ready to re-assemble. We have done the many hours of disassembly of this car and all the sheet metal parts have been primed.
The back story. We first bought a Mustang coupe, precursor to the Boss (Which came out in 69) This car has the 302 – 4 barrel engine and the front hood with recessed turn signal indicators, air dam with recessed fog lights, and other features. Engine runs well, we drove it 100 miles home. After disassembling and stripping, there was so much sheet metal rust in the body, doors and front fenders, we determined it was not worth the effort to restore this car. We trashed body fenders and doors, and kept everything else. Including all the trim parts for this performance model coupe.
We bought a second car, 289 – 2 barrel engine, and standard features. We studied this one better before purchase. After disassembly, stripping, sand blasting and priming we have a car ready to put back together. Body is in good shape with 4 small standard areas of rust that would benefit from some patch welding. The patches for these common areas are purchasable from mustang shops or on line. One of the trunk wells right side, passenger floor board under the heater core area, left rear seat floor, left rear quarter panel adjacent to wheel well.
There are 2 sets of everything to put this together. Both transmissions are automatic. The 289 engine was not running when we bought it. It has been hanging on an engine rack beside the 302. Everything has been garaged since we bought the 2 cars. This is all clean with no current rust.
You can build this car with the GT style trim parts and have an extra full set of parts including a full drive train and suspension to support a second car a friend may have. With all the extra parts you have to help others in your mustang club, or sell, this is a real bargain.
Attached are photos of the car and the 4 areas you will likely chose to weld patches into. There is a photo of the storage locker with all the parts.