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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 02-11-2017, 09:27 PM Thread Starter
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Looking for the car i never should have sold

I live in the Columbus, GA - Phenix City, Alabama area. Fifteen years ago I sold my 67 to a man who wanted to fix it up for his daughter. I was told a year later that the man had not done anything with it and it was sitting in his yard. At some point soon after, I learned that this man died. I have no idea where my mustang might be. I have searched for it off and on, hoping to see it somewhere, but to no avail. I figured I should enlist some help. I checked with the Alabama DMV and the last person to register the car was me, so that may be a good thing. It was a 67 with a black vinyl top and the sport sprint package (200 cui,hood mounted turn signals, chrome air cleaner, chrome body trim). I will attach pictures later, but I am sure you can imagine what it looks like. The most identifying thing was that it used to be pink. I painted it crimson when i bought it but left the inside door jambs and the inside of the trunk the original color, thinking i may get it back to original one day. I figured this might be a place to start, so if you know of anyone that has a mustang that has a pink trunk or something to that effect, I would appreciate it. I would love to have it back but I could live with the fact that someone is loving it as much as i did.
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 04-20-2017, 08:40 AM
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I live in Columbus and see lots of 60ís coupes around. For every car you see on the road there are probably 10 more hidden in garages. I feel like since these coupes are reasonably cheap (especially projects), there is no shortage of buyers who become amateur weekend restorers. Good luck finding your car.

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