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Old 02-17-2013, 07:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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There's a few 65-66 fastbacks in storage not too far from me. The guy is asking 2500 for a shell of one, 4500 for another and 6000 for an A code. All are missing doors, hood etc with no interior. They all have at least a little rust but they have been kept dry for awhile it looks like. I'm really tempted to grab one of them but I'd not as big a fan of the 65-66's as I am the '67-'68's. I know its hard to value these by my description but do they sound like something I should be jumping on?
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Is the ones for 4500 and 6000 shell also?...You didn't specify
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Old 02-17-2013, 07:43 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Is the ones for 4500 and 6000 shell also?...You didn't specify
More complete than the 2500 shell but not much more. The A code at 6k has the engine (no carb or valve covers) and is a roller. both the 4500 and 6k cars are rollers and have the glass and the fenders as well..
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3 FB for 13K and with a little rust? If truely just a little rust- buy them all
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Here are some pics of the 6k A code and the 2500 shell..













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Shoot me a PM if you don't want them.
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Shoot me a PM if you don't want them.
I definitely wont be buying them all..

I'm considering either the shell or the A code and just putting it up somewhere until I can get some money together to finish it.
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Put me down for one- or two and I'll bring the trailer
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Seems like a real good deal to me.
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That sounds like an amazing deal, especially if they have the fastback interior panels that are not reproduced!
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That green one looks like it's in really good condition. I'd fork out cash for that.
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Door glass definitely hard to come by, but these are well priced.
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the bottom half of one of the qtrs on the green one looks like it's trash. Is the green car likely to be work the difference in price to the $6k from the $2500 shell? Money is tight right now and I'd have to stretch it to pickup the $6k car and just store it for a few years. If the car needs pans and a qtr how much would that affect an offer price? If it's a worthy investment I can always come up with the money and store one or two. If it's just a decent deal that will likely turn up again, I'd probably be better off if I passed and waited for a '67 fb..
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Hard to tell from the photos- if it needs a qtr and pans- might be priced at the high end of what its worth. Still FB are desireable and valuable- compare a dynacorn body- if you can spend a week or two and have a rust free shell- you are way ahead of the curve. I would prowl around under those cars and get the most rust free one you can-if the 2500 needs the same repair as the green one I would get the 2500 one.
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take the shell! then keep ur eyes out for a v8 coupe for the rest of the non fastback parts. wes
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