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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 03-01-2017, 10:27 PM Thread Starter
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1968 mustang

The time has come to part ways with this project, I've have lost interest and no longer wish to continue.

1968 mustang coupe CA salvage title, i don't know what kind of accident it had.
car has been sanded down to primer by previous owner, floors are in good shape.
located in Abilene tx.

asking 5,000$ firm for the body and parts listed below, i also have a new built 331 stroker and t5 trans will accept offers but might just keep for my next project. engine specs below


Drivetrain-new
king cobra clutch
ford racing flywheel
8 inch track-loc 355 gears
t5 swap kit
cable clutch kit
unisteer manual rack and pinion
new gas tank

interior-new
ididit tilt steering columm
rpm/water/oil/battery gauges
corbeu racing bucket driver side
new carpet/noise/heat mat
new engine bay/rear tail light harnesses
AFR gauge

chassis-
subframe connectors
export brace
monte carlo bar


suspension-brakes-wheels-new
global west upper and lower control arms
rosehill performance adjustable strut bars
1" sway bar
Viking double adjustable coilovers front
bilstein sport shock rear
1" lowering block
street or track watts link
wildwood 11" 4 pot disk brakes front
generic disk rear
US Mag 17x8 wheels 235/45r17 kumho ecsta V720

exhaust-
x pipe kit
dynomax race muffler
302 headman ceramic(gold) coated headers

engine-
331 stroker engine- 0 miles
289 block
Scat 331 stroker kit
edelbrock rpm heads
edelbrock rpm intake
comp cams 1.6 roller rockers
comp cams doble roller timing chain
comp cams Magnum 280H Hydraulic Flat Tappet cam
moroso 7qt oil pan
quick fuel 750cfm carb
pertronix igniter 3
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Wow that's a lot of hardware coming with this package, best of luck on the sale
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Pictures of engine?

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Nice!!
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how much for the lot?

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In California a salvage title could be issued on a vehicle if the repair value exceeded the book value. I have a 68 coupe that blew an engine at one point and had a second paint job. Everything else is there with no body damage. Doesn't mean the car was in an accident necessarily.
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In California a salvage title could be issued on a vehicle if the repair value exceeded the book value. I have a 68 coupe that blew an engine at one point and had a second paint job. Everything else is there with no body damage. Doesn't mean the car was in an accident necessarily.
thanks for the info, i suspected much because i could't find major damage.
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Is that a 68 289 block? Dang I wish I would have seen this before I started my engine rebuild. Your engine would have been great. What's your starting offer on it?
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In California a salvage title could be issued on a vehicle if the repair value exceeded the book value. I have a 68 coupe that blew an engine at one point and had a second paint job. Everything else is there with no body damage. Doesn't mean the car was in an accident necessarily.
thanks for the info, i suspected much because i could't find major damage.
I had to get the car inspected by the State Police here in NJ to say the car was OK but it still says salvage on the title. Did a lot of calls to California DMV and that is what I ended up with. I even still have the vintage AAA sticker on the bumper from the 70s.
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Is that a 68 289 block? Dang I wish I would have seen this before I started my engine rebuild. Your engine would have been great. What's your starting offer on it?
Yes its a 289 block, honestly i want 5k for it. Everything you see in the picture is included exept one of the tempeture sensors that is for the electric fan.
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Yes its a 289 block, honestly i want 5k for it. Everything you see in the picture is included exept one of the tempeture sensors that is for the electric fan.
Sounds about right for everything you listed for the engine. Dang I wish I had seen this earlier. Best of Luck!!
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