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1975 ii Ghia

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Old 02-09-2012, 08:11 PM   #1
Join Date: Feb 2012
Vehicle: 1975 Ford Mustang ii Ghia
Location: Florida
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Default 1975 ii Ghia

I recently purchased a 1975 Ford Mustang ii Ghia as a small project car. For being so old, it was in surprisingly good condition.

For those of you who have purchased older/project cars what would you suggest I work on first. There is nothing major to be done. The engine works fine and it runs, I am trying to keep it authentic, but also at a level where I can drive it on a daily basis.
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