This is a real Fastback, clear Texas Title in my name, C Code Mustang Project. Car is straight, front end isn’t warped/bent from accidents like the last 2 I’ve done. Professionally media blasted and PPG primed last month, by the same guy that’s done a handful of cars for me over the years so the quality of the work is good. The good news is there is nothing hidden, you will now see everything that needs attention on the car – Car will need floorpans. From there, its up to you. You can choose to replace a lot of metal, or none and just use small metal patches and bonding agents to fix the small rust damage areas throughout the car. The frame rails look extremely good, no holes. I would probably replace the front fenders, they appear they were lipped to accept larger tires up front. Please do not expect a perfect car, but this is a straight project ready for some metal work and body work.
The car is about 98% complete, except it is missing the engine and transmission. Seats, interior fastback panels, all of the “expensive” stuff appears to be there.
Location: College Station, Texas, United States
See listing: 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback Project Eleanor/Bullitt (from October 20, 2015)