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1991 Ford Mustang Lx Convertible 2-door 5.0l on 2040-cars

Year:1991 Mileage:145737
Location:

Rochester, New York, United States

Rochester, New York, United States

Hello

This car has never let me down and drives wonderfully. 

The paint has wonderful depth and shine, a few small stone chips are present. Very small dents and light little scratches from normal wear of a vehicle this age. 

The car sounds amazing. Adult owned and maintained original. Beautiful interior in above average condition.

No winters, underside is very dry and solid. Some typical surface rust from age on some components are present. 

The vehicle has had normal maintenance through out its ownership from who I purchased from and also myself. 

Here is a list of a few things I know about that could use repair: or if its not a bother to you, don't.

Glove box does not open.
Small passenger rear window must be lifted and lowered manually. 
Canvas top is ready to be replaced
Oil seepage from around the oil pan area, no oil drops make it to the ground. 
Airbag light flashes sometimes along with check engine, has for years. 
Tachometer and speedometer sometimes do not work. 

Recent repairs:

Fuel filter
Plugs and wires
Distributor cap and rotor.
Air filter
Transmission has a rebuilt valve body, done by a professional transmission shop with receipts.
New battery 
Driver power window switch
Passenger side rear view mirror
Ignition coil
Brand new black carpet. 
Water pump
Replaced radiator
Brake master cylinder. 
Clean Title with clear VIN# history, no accidents. 


SOLD AS, WHERE IS. PAYPAL ONLY NO DELIVERY. EMAIL ANY QUESTIONS OR SEND ME YOUR NUMBER AND I WILL HAPPY TO CALL YOU, ITS NO BOTHER TO ME. 
This vehicle is being sold locally so I reserve the right to end this post early




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