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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-21-2017, 12:38 AM Thread Starter
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Museum Quality GT350????

eBay listing 332186626242 shows a 1966 Hertz GT 350 offered at $119,800 by Klasse Auto out of Costa Mesa, CA. Fully documented and previously in a museum collection. But their money shot of the car clearly shows the back up light fixtures bolted in place of the front turn signals. WTF?
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Eye never seen that and it does look good. Put some yellow bulbs in.

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I think someone who normally works on Camaros put that car together and just didn't know any better!
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It doesn't know if it's coming or going.

I like how they say it's 100% Original then go immediately into mentioning things that aren't, like the quarters and engine for instance.

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What 100% original museum quality looks like?
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68' Fastback 302 GT, 350hp,T5z, some mod's
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It doesn't know if it's coming or going.
It's museum quality alright, it's on display at "The Museum of Directionally Challenged Cars", located in southern North Dakota. Or is it northern South Dakota, I always get them mixed up.
Probably has a 4 speed reverse transmission also. Shift over and down to move it ahead a bit.
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[/SIGPIC]67 Fastback GT -- original colour (Frost Turquoise), original 289 A code engine. Pic is of me and the Mustang taken in May of '67, with original F70-14 Wide Ovals. Same car is now restored to "as new" but 3 speed tranny swapped out for 4 speed back in the mid '80's, with tach dash, original Equalock rear, Koni's, Opentracker UCA, LCA, roller perches and idler arm, roller bearing pedal cluster, Cibie headlights, 4100 carb (old 4300 put in storage probably forever)
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If there are no rust issues then why change the quarters? That sounds weird.
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