Stock # EV484
Mileage: 36,018
Sapphire Green
Original Black Vinyl

1969 Ford Mustang
“Neighborhood Complaint
Built for Show … and GO! – ONLY 36,018 MILES
2 Owners
Previous Owner has Owned Since 1979 – His 1st Car
Weiand Tunnel Ram w
Dual Holley Carbs
Over 425 Horsepower
Mostly Original
Lots of Upgrades
Vin # 9R01F103355
9 = 1969
R = San Jose, CA Assembly Plant
01 = Hard Top
F = 302 V8
103355 = Sequential Serial Number (#3355
CALL TODAY 773-267-2684
We purchased this from what is believed to be only the second owner
Evolve Motors is pleased to present this beastly 1969 Ford Mustang
What We Know
This car should come with a warning label: Not for the faint of heart. Our good friend Barry from just outside of Detroit has been building this car over the past 35+ years. In fact, this was Barry's first car when he was just 15 years old! Needless to say, it wasn't easy to pry the keys from his hands, and I believe a tear or two was shed when we loaded her up. The good news is that Barry is an ASE certified mechanic, and all the work done on the car has been done by him. It doesn't take a professional inspector to see the blood, sweat, and love that has gone into this car to make it one of the most unique Mustangs cruising down the highway
The Exterior
The car underwent a mini restoration about 10 years ago, where the previous owner had a friend strip it down and give it a new paint job. He draped her in a Sapphire Green, which was actually a '71 Olds Cutlass factory color. I would say an OK job was done on the paint, not great, but OK. The car does show some orange peel in the cowl, along with a handful of small blemishes in the paint throughout, most notably on the very front edge of the hood (see pics). Outside, under the sun the car shines and shows beautifully. The chrome Cragar rims really give it that 60's – 70's muscle car look. Oh yeah, not to mention the giant tunnel ram sticking out of the hood! The car is sitting in all original sheet metal, with no dings, dents, or bondo to speak of. The car is 100% rust free, as it has been stored in a dry climate year round, and only brought out to be enjoyed on nice days. Overall, to me, the car scores an easy 7+ out of 10. If it weren't for the mediocre paint job, the car would be a 9 easily, with a ton of upside potential. We did leave the lettering on the back of the car, but with a high grit sand paper and a little buffing, we could easily get the “Neighborhood Complaint” and “Mustang” off the rear deck lid and filler piece pretty easily. From the amber fog lights to the hood gauges and pins, to the track bar rear suspension set up, this car is just bad to the bone, and she certainly has that menacing look about her! Give us a call with any questions
The Interior
The interior is mostly original, and in great condition. We were told that the carpet was recently replaced with OEM material, and looks brand new. The seat belts have been upgraded to an RJS Safety Equipment lap belt in the passenger seat, and a full 4 point harness for the captain. The door panels are mostly original, with an added wood panel at the bottom of each door, where an aftermarket door speaker was added. The original seats are in great shape with very little wear and tear on the fronts, and virtually none on the back seats. Most of the gauges have been upgraded to AutoMeter, and relocated to the cowl just outside the windshield. All of the gauges are in good working order, and are easily visible at their new location. The dash pad is in great condition and shows no signs of wear or fade. The original radio has been upgraded to a JVC CD player with a set of Pioneer 6”x9”s in the rear deck to accompany the upgraded door speakers. Amplifiers mounted in the trunk keep the music jamming even when that beast of a motor is screaming at 5,000 RPMs