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post #16 of 37 (permalink) Old 10-14-2016, 08:49 PM Thread Starter
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The 67 fenders, hood and trunk lid are solid also.
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post #17 of 37 (permalink) Old 10-20-2016, 05:44 AM Thread Starter
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No takers or even lookers so far.
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I'm surprised no one has bought your Fastback!
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What I'm really surprised about is that I've only had one person look at the car and they weren't at all knowledgeable about Mustangs. The other is the amount of people trying to negotiate a price site unseen based on what the bidding went up to. I'm not looking to get rich here but just looking at what I think I would be paying if I bought the car.

I really would like to sell the car before winter comes cause then I'm going to have to pay for storage.
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Going back on ebay for 3 day due to lack of interest. Listing starts tonight at 9:30 PM eastern and will end on Sunday. I'm still open to offers from serious parties. Item number to search for is 252651336160

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1968 Ford Mustang standard | eBay

Not sure how this is going to go but the next bid meets the reserve.
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Just in case anyone is interested in the outcome. Highest bidder is a deadbeat and I'm still working on a sale.

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Nice car, fair price, but didn't GT's have a GT fender badge?


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Yes and the NOS badges are in the boxes of parts going with the car.
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Nice car, fair price, but didn't GT's have a GT fender badge?
They were in place of the standard badge, and were pinned in a different place.


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Yes and as seen in the description those fenders are 1967 Ford fenders so those 67 holes would not line up with the 68 standard or GT badges.
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Just in case anyone is interested in the outcome. Highest bidder is a deadbeat and I'm still working on a sale.

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That's what happened to me the last couple of times I've tried selling anything on eBay...now I wonder if any cars ever actually sell there these days?



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Yea, everyone on ebay bailed and a few later came back with a lowball offer.

Car is still available and if you are serious you can send me your email. I would really like to move the car befor we get some serious snow.

If your not going to give me some kind of contact info I'm not even going to bother answering.

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