2004 Nissan Titan Crew Cab
1966 Ford Mustang Original 289
Edelbrock RPM Performer Heads; bored .30 over
Weiand Stealth Intake, Holley 600 CFM Carb.
Comp Cam 268H 9.5:1 Speed Pro Pistons
Patriot Tri-Y Headers w/ 2.5" H Pipe, Flowmaster 40S
Ride tech air ride with 4 link
Global West Tubular Arms and Adjustable Struts
CSRP Front Disk Brakes.
Ford 8 3.40 trac-loc rear end
As if the $24,000 was not enough, he added $242 too it and best offer. Kind of a strang asking price? " Little to no rust" except for the entire front clip !!
73 Mach 1 Q code, 4 speed
05 mustang GT (sold)
65 GT350 clone (sold)
73 Mach 1 H code (sold)
91 5.0 LX Conv. (sold)
78 (yes a 78) mustang (sold)
"In the words of Ricky Bobby" If you ain't first, your last Ha, Ha Ha
OK, a 69 mach1 with 351 2V and virtually no rust, the Rim-Blow steering wheel is in the car and not cracked. It does need a small door rust spot fixed, and new seat upholstery. The mouldy appearance of the car is the original factory primer showing through where weathering has ripped off the Black Jade. That practically proves this is original paint, because original 60's Ford paint was known for that. Looks to me like somebody could have this thing ready for cruise night just by working weekends on it this winter, easy. He also said "cash talks". Betcha could get it for under $20k if you showed up with a roll of Benjamins.
Amateur restorer. Well, sometimes I have been paid for it. But not right now.
Given only the pics and the sellers description, It may be a 12k car on a good day.
I was gonna say it's a $12k car too.
1970 Fastback (to be finished outside as a Boss 302 clone)
393 Windsor AFR 205 heads with 11.5:1 compression
Tremec TKO 5 Speed
Link to my Hub Garage and blog about my car http://www.hubgarage.com/mygarage/maxum96
I think there should be a section on this forum for cars that people think are overpriced, or ugly, or just cars that people want to make fun of.
Personally it's one of the biggest irritations of reading this forum. People should be able to try and sell their cars for whatever they want, they should be able to fix their cars up however they want.
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