MUSTANG GRANDE and MUSTANG GT For Sale

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MUSTANG GRANDE and MUSTANG GT For Sale

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R1,5 Million for Both

The Mustang Grande was basically a luxury package much like the GT option was a sports package

Another noticeable feature of the 1969 Ford Mustang was its quad round headlights. It's the first and only time they would be featured on a standard production Mustang.

The VIN number, in addition to being located on the driver's door, was also attached to the instrument panel, and visible through the windshield, there were additional identification tags in the right rear taillight lenses and engine tags situated in the engine bay.

VERY IMPORTANT : Both vehicles have their respective, original riveted 3 x “body tags” (VIN No’s, etc.), drivers’ handbook & internal instruction guides (we can even supply you with the individual manufacturing numbers of the respective seats !) and have a few boxes of spares & wheels included in the deal.

The cars are totally original unrestored examples having only two owners in their history.

 According to our research only two “GT’s” & approximately five /six “Grandé’s” are currently available in South Africa.

WE ARE SELLING THE CARS AS A SET AND IF YOU TAKE INTO CONSIDERATION THAT THEY WILL BE TURNING 50 YEARS OLD IN TWO YEARS TIME THIS IS DEFINITELY AN INVESTMENT FOR THE FUTURE NOT TO MENTION A PEACE OF TRUE AMERICAM MUSCLE CAR HISTORY.

No doubt, 1969 was the year of power and performance for the Ford Mustang.

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Mustang Grande 1969  

Body Code: 65E:  Hardtop, Standard Interior, Bucket Seat, Grande

302 cub. Inch; 210 h-p        V8 Winsor Motor        C-4 Auto Gear Box

The 1969 Ford Mustang Grande was marketed to the buyer more concerned with luxury, elegance and dramatic Spanish music.

It was all about Grandeur. The Mustang Grande’ came only in hardtop and it offered 45 options which were geared towards the upscale market and included interior upgrades such as; "Comfort weave" hopsack upholstery, faux wood grain dashboard, padded interior side panels, extra-thick carpet on the floorboards, racing-style mirrors, chrome rocker panel moldings. It came standard with a Rim Blow steering wheel, which allowed the driver to sound the hooter by squeezing the steering wheel.

Only available as a hardtop, the Grande's exterior was just as refined. Ford also offered, in their words, "a vinyl roof that looks like real leather--in either black or white". It now featured quad headlights up front, with the outer two being more recessed than the inner two that were merely mounted on the grille. It was also now larger and wider to look more muscular.

Only 22,182 buyers opted for the elegance of the Grande package in 1969, while Ford managed to sell 128,458 regular Mustang hardtops that year.

Model                      1969         
Transmission type:  Automatic C4 Gearbox          
Vehicle colour:        Candy Apple Red Silver Jade
Mileage:                  56402 miles                          
Interior colour:        Weave hopstack upholstery
Number of doors:    Two Doors         
Convertible:             No    
Driver side:              Left Hand Side             
Fuel:                         Petrol     
Motor size (CC):      302 cubic inch V8 Windsor Motor

Owner's Manual:      Yes         
Service History:       Partial

 

Mustang GT                       1969

Body Code : 65B :   Hardtop, Luxury Interior, Bucket Seats

351 cub. Inch; 290 h-p        V8 Winsor Motor        FMX Auto Gear Box

The GT Mustang featured a 351cc Windsor Engine, special handling package, dual exhaust, hood lock hatches, the corralled grille Pony was replaced with the Pony and Tribars logo, set off-centre on the driver’s side.

1969 was the last year that Ford sold the Mustang GT until it was reintroduced in the mid 80’s. In all only 4,973 were manufactured during the model year whereas the replacement Mach 1 had 72458 manufactured during 1969. (No maths test to work out the more desirable model)  

Model                      1969         
Transmission type:  Automatic FMX Gear Box          
Vehicle colour:        Candy Apple Red
Mileage:                  61000 miles                          
Interior colour:        Black Leather
Number of doors:    White Leather      
Convertible:             No    
Driver side:              Left Hand Side             
Fuel:                         Petrol     
Motor size (CC):      351 cubic inch V8 Windsor Motor
Owner's Manual:      No         
Service History:       Partial

1969 Mustang Facts       Production

Convertible, standard              11307

Convertible, deluxe                  3439

Coupe, standard                     118613

Coupe, bench seats                   4131

 Coupe, deluxe GT                     5210

Coupe, deluxe, bench                 503

Coupe, grand                           22182

Fastback, standard                  56022

Fastback, deluxe                        5958

Fastback, Mach 1                      72458

Total                                        299824