1969 Ford Mustang on 2040-cars
Butler, Alabama, United States
CORRECT (POSSIBLY ORIGINAL) 351 W 4V ENGINE
FACTORY 4 SPEED TRANSMISSION
FACTORY 9 INCH REAR END WITH 3.25 TRACTION LOCK
MANUAL FRONT DISC BRAKES
FOLD DOWN REAR SEAT
SPOILERS FRONT AND REAR
15 INCH MAGNUM 500 WHEELS
BF GOODRICH RADIAL TAs
4 SPEED CONSOLE
SOME NEWER TRIM ITEMS
THIS IS A REAL 63C CODE MACH 1 WITH THE DATA PLATE STILL IN PLACE ON THE DRIVER'S DOOR AND THE VIN NUMBER PRESENT
ON THE DASH.
PAINT WAS ORIGINALLY DARK JADE AND AS YOU CAN SEE IT IS NOW A BEAUTIFUL EMERALD GREEN. THE BODY IS VERY STRAIGHT
AND SUPER SOLID. THERE IS A SMALL PAINT BLISTER ON THE TRUNK LID AND THE BOTTOM OF BOTH DOORS. VERY MINOR AND THEY
HAVE BEEN THERE FOR A LONG TIME WITHOUT GETTING WORSE. THERE IS ALSO SOME CRACKING IN THE PAINT NEAR THE BASE OF
THE ANTENNA. THE PAINT STILL SHINES UP NICELY BUT IS A LITTLE THIN IN SOME SPOTS.
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Auto blogFri, 09 May 2014
Poor Escape. Ever since its launch in 2012, Ford's small CUV has been the subject of many, many, many recalls. And today, The Detroit News is reporting that Ford is adding two more recalls to the 2013-14 model year Escape's permanent record, one of them also involves the C-Max hybrid hatchback.
The first recall, covering 692,500 Escape and C-Max vehicles, is due to a software glitch that could cause the airbags - specifically, the safety canopy - to not deploy in a timely fashion during rollover crashes. According to the News, Ford says no crashes or injuries have been reported in relation to this problem.
The second recall, covering 692,700 Escapes, is related to the door handles. The News reports that the exterior door handles could open while the vehicle is in motion, and could also fail to latch properly. Once again, no crashes or injuries have occurred because of this. The National Highway Safety Traffic Administration has not issued an official notice on either recall as of this writing.
Way back in August, we showed you a Ford concept for the Australian market called the Everest. Now, we can show you that work on the new Ranger-based SUV is well under way.
At this stage, it's still quite clearly a mule (note the misalignment of the front and rear doors), wearing the Ranger's front end and the rump of Ford's overseas Territory crossover. The wheelbase is shorter than a Ranger, according to our spy photographers, which strikes us as somewhat odd for a more passenger-oriented vehicle. Disc brakes should be fitted at all four corners, while the new SUV, which will almost certainly wear the Everest name, should sport a new rear suspension.
In terms of looks, we're expecting the Everest Concept to inform the appearance of the production model. Naturally, there will also be some interior tweaks, particularly around the dashboard, which is covered in these photos.
There is a new vehicle that you should keep an eye out for when you're going a little too fast down the Interstate. Ford's Explorer-based Police Interceptor Utility was the bestselling new law enforcement model in the country last year, and signs show that won't be changing anytime soon.
Ford sold 14,086 Interceptor Utilities in 2013, up 140% from the year before, and 10,897 Interceptor Sedans, up 31%, according to USA Today. Overall, the brand's police sales were up 48 percent, and they were enough to boost the company's law enforcement vehicle market share by 9 points to nearly 50 percent.
The success comes just a few years after it made the decision to finally retire the long-serving Crown Victoria-based cruiser for two more modern vehicles. "We had to reinvent the category," said Chris Terry of Ford Communications to Autoblog. The automaker had to convince police departments that a unibody chassis without a V8 could perform better than a model that had been a law enforcement staple for years.