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Don Cook
MMCOA Web Editor
38 Larkwood Lane
Burleson, TX  76028
OR
Troy Harrison
MMCOA Web Developer
PO Box 221
Grand Saline, TX 75140
Please Note: The descriptions below are written by the sellers and not checked for accuracy by anyone affiliated with MMCOA - so do your research & ask seller questions.

We delete postings after about 6 months or so unless you have told us the bike sold.

Model: 1961 Mustang Pony Description: Completely rebuilt with original parts as much as possible. Engine has all new piston, rings, bearings. Mikuni carburetor (will include original Delorto). Trophy winner at Isle de Vashon vintage meet. TITLED IN THE STATE OF WASHINGTON. Located near Olympia, WA Price: $6,500 or best offer. Contact: Terry Dummler WQ7A@Comcast.net






Model:

1963 Mustang Stallion

Description:

The bike still has all the original sheet metal, wheels, transmission, Lucas tail lamp and brake light switch, block may have been changed (not sure).    It also has the Bates rear rack with very rare rear seat pad.  This bike runs and rides like a new 1963 Stallion. 

Price:

$5,000

Contact:

Ryan Lyons
rautomotorrs@gmail.com
Broomfield, CO
719-425-8647





Model:

1957 Mustang Model 8

Description:

This motorcycle has been nicely restored. It's runs perfectly and comes with a clean and clear title. Willing to assist with shipping if you are not local.

Price:

Asking $6,000.00

Contact:

Located in Bellevue, Washington

Kevin Turner
Bellevue WA
425-947-5135









Model:

1953 Mustang Pony

Description:

3spd transmission, custom aluminum wheels, new radial tires, new upsweptexhaust, restored with cream/white w/red pinstripe, starts on first kick, runs excellent, clear Oregon titlewith a 1953 Oregon license plate, pictures upon request. Serious buyers only please located in Independence, OR.

 

 

 

Price:

Make Reasonable offer.

Contact:

vnlkruljac@yahoo.com (Victoria/Larry) Ph# 503-838-6465 or 503-999-7109

 








Model:

1960 Mustang Stallion Custom

Description:

Very low miles as it has been on display.

Has been lovingly stored in my show room.

Wheels, tranny and engine done by Allan Wetzel.

Highly customized and priced to sell.

Has rare vegila speedo

Price:

Asking $6,950  OBO

Contact:

Carl Douglas #1255 in Phx.

Call 602-919-0537 for more info






Model:

1961 Mustang Pony

Description:

Completely rebuilt with original parts as much as possible. Engine has all new piston, rings, bearings. Mikuni carburetor (will include original Delorto). Trophy winner at Isle de Vashon vintage meet. TITLED IN THE STATE OF WASHINGTON. Located near Olympia, WA

Price:

$6,500 or best offer.

Contact:

Terry Dummler

WQ7A@Comcast.net








Model:

1953 Mustang Pony or Bronco

Description:

It was fully restored in 1995 and my husband used it until 2007. It has been in storage since that time and picked up some light rust, the worst of which is the strip over the gas tank. Located in northern California and I has a clear title.

Has front brake and rare flat bar luggage rack!

Price:

$6,200 or best offer. CASH ONLY!

Contact:

Heather

vagabonds@live.com









Mustang Shopping FAQ
Question Answer
Where can I find a Mustang?

Well, this is a real good question. Typically they are pretty rare to find, but they are still out there. You can locate bikes from time to time on eBay, or other classifieds, but if inexperienced, it is always best to go look at the bike with a qualified Mustang person. If you can't do this, then start by ask the seller a lot of questions like bike history, and VIN numbers. Alan Wenzel can tell you (free for MMCOA Members) what Model the VIN # is associated with, etc. Go to Contact Page

How can I get it sent to me?

Typically you can work out shipping with the seller. Other ways are to build a crate and ship it yourself, locate a trucking company, stick it on a Greyhound bus, or try a company like www.forwardair.com.

Another great, less expensive way is www.uship.com

How do I get a Title & Registration?

If it has a title, that is a major plus (an worth paying more for). There are several ways to obtain a title and register your bike, the best way is to ask the folks on the Mustang Forum since registration differs from state to state.

If no title exists it is crucial to get a Bill of Sale from the seller.

Where are my VIN number? The frame has a set of numbers on the lower left side below the wheel mount. Typically they are almost impossible to read through the old paint. The engine has a set of numbers up top, between the exhaust port and the carb port. Both sets should be 9 number each. Alan Wenzel can tell you (free for MMCOA Members) what Model the VIN # is associated with, etc. Go to Contact Page
Can I still get parts? Yes, there are several folks that sell mustang parts, and typically this is better/safer than waiting for one to come up on eBay. Check out the Mustang Parts section. Another good place is Motorcycle events, swap meets, and things like that.

How to Submit a Classified Ad.
You can mail information to:

Don Cook
MMCOA Web Editor
38 Larkwood Lane
Burleson, TX  76028
OR
Troy Harrison
MMCOA Web Developer
PO Box 221
Grand Saline, TX 75140

or Email Ad to:
mustangmotorcycle@yahoo.com

OR
or Email Ad to:
troy@kingplinker.com

 

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