Description of my experience selling a 1966 mustang.
The car sold...locally to a guy that is working on it with his son. We found a nice new home for our "project".
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The 1973 OPEC oil embargo brought with it more stringent pollution laws and the desire for mustang fuel efficiency. This was also the first time in automotive history that the Big 3 were having to compete with imports. The new Mustang II was smaller than the first version but, due to the additional equipment required to meet new US emission and safety regulations, was heavier than the first model. Performance was reduced and in the first year only 385,993 cars were sold. Second generation Mustangs were available between 1974 and 1978 and available in a coupe and hatchback version.
@ Alrady. It's a good thing that it didn't take long before the car has been sold. Judging on the pictures, the car can still be fixed to be in good running condition again. Well, the engine can still be overhauled and some of the parts weren't rusting at all. Anyway, did the new owner modify the vehicle? It would look really nice if he did.
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