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’69 Pro-touring Mustang the “Yellow Horse”

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Specs written by the owner: Presenting Project “Yellow Horse.” This Pro-Touring 1969 Mustang went through a two year extensive rotisserie restoration by well known Mike Rademacher. The undercarriage is as detailed as the top. Only 768 test miles since completion.

The exterior body is extremely straight and the gaps are tight. Has 2006 Mustang Screaming Yellow paint. The black accents and Boss 429 hood scoop look great. Everything on the exterior is brand new. The new TMI black interior with white Mach 1 sport front seats compliment the exterior. Other interior upgrades include custom Julianos front 3-point seat belts, custom rear shoulder seat belts, JME gauges, power windows, American Autowire wiring with power module, IDIDIT tilt wheel with cruise and a Lecara wood grain steering wheel.

It has a custom sound system which consists of a Kenwood CD player with remote control and four Pioneer speakers. It has Classic Air Perfect Fit Air conditioning with polished compressor. The engine compartment is highly detailed and painted the same color as the car. The heart of this car is a 351 block bored and stroked to a 408. It was built with high end parts.

Some engine compartment upgrades include MSD wires, March serpentine full pulley, braided fuel lines, aluminum radiator with dual fans, high torque starter, K&N air filter and Optima Red Top battery. The engine is coupled with a TKO600 5-speed transmission with Hurst shifter. It is paired with a Ford 9″ rear end with 31 spline Moser axles. The front suspension is a Rod and Custom Motorsports tubular Mustang II system, rack & pinion steering and adjustable coilovers. The rear suspension is a Heidts 4-link with panhard bar, subframe connectors, chassis stiffener and adjustable rear coil overs with chrome springs. The SSSC 4-wheel brakes add stopping power. The car is wrapped in 18″ Boss wheels and tires. From the Marc Schiliro Collection.

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