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Old 10-02-2011, 03:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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CJ’s has a replica Eleanor Mustang for sale! | CJ Pony Parts

Not a bad looking car, I would take it for $50,000 the $95,000 is a tad out of my price range that is what my wife tells me at least.
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Old 10-02-2011, 04:06 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I was checking that out too. I wouldn't pay 95 grand for it either, especially in this economy. Well, that, and I don't have 95 grand. Ha!

I can respect the way they did that car, because it was done with a shell. If it were an original Fastback, I'd have a heart attack.
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wow I'll take a set of those door panels ! nice speaker locations
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yea but it not a replica.... Just a fb with the body kit.
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The speakers/door panels are available on www.mustangstofear.com. I intend on using their one piece headliner & upper console assembly to ease installation and for the extra headroom. Pricey, but nice.
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I think they'll have a hard time getting $95,000 for a custom. It's a cool car and all, but considering one can get a new Shelby GT500 for less money, it's hard to justify.

At least with something like, say, a real Boss 429, it's truly a collector car. But a custom? Again, hard to justify. And, I guess you'd have to register it as a kit car.
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Soo... am I the only one to ask about the mustang in pic 4?
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Soo... am I the only one to ask about the mustang in pic 4?
Sinkhole??
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No its mother earth giving birth to a mustang
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yea but it not a replica.... Just a fb with the body kit.
It's a replica?

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Soo... am I the only one to ask about the mustang in pic 4?
That is our signature early model coming out of the ground, rumor has it we have two more (different years) that may be joining it.

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lol oh dear god as funny as it sounds with all the rain we have had this would be possible right now.

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No its mother earth giving birth to a mustang
I like that.
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So what is the 67 registered as with the PA DMV?
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No its mother earth giving birth to a mustang
Hey Taz, please post some pictures of your car, I love Sea Foam green.
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Well it said that cj pony parts has a replica eleanor... But for it to be a replica it would have to be exactly like the movie one. And look at how much that company that builds them sells them for...
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To me, the fact that it's an 'Eleanor' would drop its value about half if it were a real Shelby. Since it's not a Shelby, it's worth (to me) a little less than what a restored fastback would be since I'd have remove all that body stuff and have it repainted.

I know everyone has their own tastes (and no offense to the Eleanor guys) but I keep thinking that in 20 years people are going to say 'why did they do this to all these nice fastbacks and what was that silly movie called?'.
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Well obviously the look isnt for everyone... I personely like the look think it looks alot sporty/mean than a stock mustang. But wether I would do it to my mustang ehhh prob not.
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