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post #31 of 196 (permalink) Old 03-07-2009, 12:01 AM
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Anyone 2 bbl factory intake?

I was going to put it in my 66 coupe, but decided to stay carbed.

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65 3/8 Fuel Line

Brand new never used for a 65 8 cyl. car. I was going to run a new line but decided not to. Was purchased from Mustang Plus.

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I've got dibs on the EFI stuff!

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Im looking for a A4 or R302 block!

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Saw this posted up on Stangnet today.

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Frank,
Why don't you list the plate numbers you have, maybe putting them in a couple different quality categories. Otherwise sure bring them.
Because you asked...

AUTO PLATES:
BVC 678 - poor/fair, DMV clear
CKP 846 - fair/good, DMV clear
FFR 012 - very good, DMV clear
GWM 024 - very good/excellent
IAD 393 - fair/good, DMV clear
IES 446 - good, DMV clear
IKC 772 - good, DMV clear
IRU 495 - fair/very good, DMV clear
JUV 951 - fair, DMV clear
KBR 113 - fair, DMV clear
LBP 495 - fair/very good, DMV clear
NFY 728 - fair/good, DMV clear

TRUCK PLATES:
A 89 055 - fair/good, DMV clear
P 84 084 - good, DMV clear
Q 37 703 - very good, DMV clear
R 91 552 - fair/good, DMV clear
67 770 A - fair/good, DMV clear

I'll update as I determine DMV clear status. I also have some motorcycle plates, a few are really nice.

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Frank,
Why don't you list the plate numbers you have, maybe putting them in a couple different quality categories. Otherwise sure bring them.
Because you asked...

AUTO PLATES:
BRV 570 - fair
BVC 678 - poor/fair
CKP 846 - fair/good
CQU 461 - excellent/near mint, DMV clear
FAK 546 - fair/good
FQB 142 - good/very good, DMV clear
IAD 393 - fair/good
IES 446 - good, DMV clear
IKC 772 - good
IRU 495 - fair/very good
JUV 951 - fair
KBR 113 - fair
KEZ 939 - good/excellent
LBD 272 - good/very good, DMV clear
LBP 495 - fair/very good
MIX 961 - near mint, one of my best pairs, DMV clear
MMB 263 - excellent
NFY 728 - fair/good
OAN 742 - fair/good
OTA 617 - very good/excellent
SQA 890 - excellent
UHC 571 - fair
UWW 852 - near mint, another of my best pairs
XKZ 852 - good

TRUCK PLATES:
A 89 055 - fair/good
P 84 084 - good
Q 34 585 - good
Q 37 703 - very good
R 91 552 - fair/good
67 770 A - fair/good

I'll update as I determine DMV clear status.

Frank
Although, I won't be attending this year's Knotts Show (my car isn't even close to show ready... much less driving), I'd be interested in a set of plate for my San Jose born pony.

How much are you asking for a good to excellent set?

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Frank, I’m new to the vintage plate trade and was wondering if these plates were just a novelty or could actually be registered on a vintage car. I was under the impression that only the original owner could transfer plates to another vehicle that they own. If they can be registered I’d be very interested. I live very close to SJ and could pick up.
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Beginning in July, you'll be able to register a pair of vintage plates to your '63 to '69 car. They have to be the black plates that were originally issued in these years, in other words, you couldn't use older yellow or newer blue plates.

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I am interested. Nice collection of plates.

How much are you selling them for?

is 2DA BAR clear?

THanks,
NARCO!
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Mix96.1 was a radio station in San Antonio.

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Mix96.1 was a radio station in San Antonio.
There's also a Mix 96.1 in Sacramento--even better!

Maybe I should eBay that pair...

Frank



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If you ever come across a pair with 390 in them let me know. I have two sets of clear plates that I would trade with cash to you. Although the one set I have has my wifes birthday that is why I bought them.

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NOS 65/66 Mustang Convertible Pass Side Full Quarter Panel

NOS passenger side rear quarter panel still in the original red oxide primer. This is an original FORD produced quarter panel from the 60s. Will fit 1965 or 1966 convertible and coupe. Full quarter panel, part number still stamped on back. $800 firm. contact at nelsons565@yahoo.com or call 707-526-0344



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Re: Black Plates

Frank, Send me an email. I'd like to arrange to see your plates before you head to Knott's.

Thanks.
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