This is a 1973 Ford Mustang convertible with 53000 actual miles. The last year model of the first generation Mustangs. It is loaded with factory options air, power steering, automatic transmission, power disc brakes, power top and a 351 Cleveland engine, all numbers match. The paint is original with hardly a ding on the body. There is zero rust on or under it. It still has most of the original ...
over a month agoDallas, TXCars for Sale
This is a 1973 Ford Mustang convertible with 53000 actual miles. The last year model of the first generation Mustangs. It is loaded with factory options air, power steering, automatic transmission, power disc brakes, power top and a 351 Cleveland engine, all numbers match. The paint is original with hardly a ding on the body. There is zero rust on or under it. It still has most of the original ...
Condition: Remanufactured This listing is for a pair of 1971 1972 1973 Ford Mustang upper door hinges that have been chemically stripped, disassembled, cleaned, new bushings installed and reassembled. It is for a left and a right side. I am also including a lower door hinge, also stripped, plated, cleaned, and new bushings with a new pin. The pin needs to be trimmed and peened, so it is free. A...
Condition: Used Since this is a fixed price auction, feel free to make an offer. I know the writing says AF, it has been corrected, sorry. This listing is the harmonic balancer shown above. The part number is D2OE-6316-A2A which shows for a 1972 1973 Ford 302 which would have been in Mustang Cougar Fairlane Galaxie Comet Falcon Ranchero and many other Ford and Mercury cars and trucks. It has be...
over a month agoPlano, TX+17 milesAuto Parts for Sale214-608-2748
Returns Accepted: ReturnsNotAccepted Brand: Edelbrock Manufacturer Part Number: f351 Warranty: No Country of Manufacture: United States This Edelbrock Performer intake came off a 351C, but I don't know what year engine it was. According to the Edelbrock web site, this aluminum intake will fit 1970 to 1973 Ford and Mercury 351C, 351M, and 400M engines. You be the judge. It obviously needs to be ...