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  1. 21.04
    07-18-2014 04:16 PM - permalink
    21.04
    Hi Tony,
    I've found a '66 Sprint conv and may want to purchase it, but have no idea of the value on these cars. Wondering if you could help with a ball park and how much demand is out there for these Sprint 200 cars have vs the V8 cars? Its got under 50K original miles, original owner car, original paint that is still quite nice, and the seller has the original invoice and service docs to show mileage is actual. It looks like a 9 out of 10. Only things the seller has replaced on the car are the tires, exhaust, and shocks. Would make a nice unrestored thoroughbred. Thanks for any help you can give me. Matt
  2. PWKamp
    03-12-2014 10:33 AM - permalink
    PWKamp
    Hey Tony Whats up
  3. whisperer
    11-19-2013 02:38 PM - permalink
    whisperer
    Tony, too bad about the pics of your car, that was perfect for what I was looking for... I have built the Ace key in a T-Lock but there is no excellent quality lock available that the key is removable when the lock is unlocked. Most people don't want the the key in all the time.
  4. NEFaurora
    11-19-2013 10:18 AM - permalink
    NEFaurora
    Hal, On my own car, I will have to decline seeing as how it will be a featured prominently in my own upcoming website. However, I have taken thousands of pictures of classic mustangs, so if you tell me what you are looking for, I can help. Shoot me an e-mail at: NEFaurora@aol.com . I have bought your products twice in the past and I have been very happy with them over the years and have promoted your products such as the T-Lock. Someday, see if you can machine a Cylindrical "ACE" type lock in there. I would like to see that versus the standard "pickable" key type that you sell with the T-Lock now. Tony K.
  5. whisperer
    11-18-2013 10:36 PM - permalink
    whisperer
    Hi Tony, I saw the picture of your 66 on a post and think that is one beautiful car! I would like to use the picture on our Vintage Automotive web site if you would allow it? Please let me know? - Hal, VAP
  6. Sprint200
    11-03-2013 10:01 PM - permalink
    Sprint200
    Tony,
    My name is Ed and I live in Hapmton Bays NY. I was wondering if you could tell me if my 66 Mustang in a genuine Sprint. The following is the vin #6T08T273379. Thank you in advance for any information you may provide.
    Ed
  7. dalorzof
    09-23-2011 03:06 AM - permalink
    dalorzof
    Tony,

    Hi, don;t know if you remember but long ago you sent me some phots of a 65 or 66 convertible well liner, rod and spring. I am still (yes, it is taking ages...) working on my convertible book. I sometimes regret starting as it has spun out into a massive effort....

    In any case, back to the point, I am trying to figure out how the 65/66 well liner goes in. From the FAM it apper to be a two piece item? One at the area behind the seat, then a second lower that laps over and screws down, the FAm drawing is really hard to interpret...

    It also appears there is no cardborad shield between the liner and the trunk, 67 change.

    Last one do you know the rods dimensions ( know somone posted it long ago but i've not noted it in the text)

    If you have any photos or can explain how it goes together it would be very helpful.

    Richard
  8. NEFaurora
    05-27-2010 07:36 AM - permalink
    NEFaurora
    Ok.. I really missed this message... I'm just reading this today 05/27/10.. i knew about the Waterford Lakes show...but I did'nt go.. I went to the Jacksonville show last month. I am a member of the Space Coast Mustang show, and we have a huge show every November..at Palm Bat Ford..definately worth going.. Other than that, I do "Oldtown" in Kissimmee, FL, and Silver Springs in Ocala every January.. The weather here is really nice...Much better than MI... MI has nice lakes though..and Mustang #1 in the Henry Ford Museum! Thanks, Tony K.
  9. cobrajeff
    01-29-2010 09:31 AM - permalink
    cobrajeff
    Hey Tony! Are you going to the MFMC show at Waterford Lakes Feb. 20? I am Wintering in FL - brought my '65 K code convert down. If you get there, look me up. My car is a white ragtop w/red interior and automatic, MI plates.
    My wife's aunt lives near Melbourne - we'll probably be visiting her sometime over the next three months. Maybe we can get together sometime.
    regards,

    Jeff Burgy
    "cobrajeff"
    (248) 515-6915

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  • About NEFaurora
    Location
    Melbourne, FL
    Interests
    60's Mustangs, 60's Slot Cars, Lionel Trains
    Occupation
    Computer Technician
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    Tony Kovar
    Melbourne, FL (Formerly from Long Island, NY!)

    1965 Mustang Convertible 200cid I6, 3spd Manual
    1966 Mustang Sprint 200 Registry Owner/Moderator
    1966 Mustang Sprint 200 Convertible 200cid I6, C4 Auto
    2007 Mustang V6 Convertible w/ Pony Package
    MCA#70001

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