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Old 02-01-2014, 06:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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If anybody wants a mustang lawn ornament for cheap that they can decide later if they want to restore it but needs a sh*t load of work. Well today is ur lucky day
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Old 02-01-2014, 08:16 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Looks like pot growing out of it
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Old 02-01-2014, 08:25 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Looks like pot growing out of it
If that's true, it's the only way that pile is worth $1,500.
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Up until a couple years ago we had a truck on family property that had a sizable tree growing through it.
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Old 02-01-2014, 08:28 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Ugh I hate seeing cars that end up in that sort of condition.
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Looks like pot growing out of it
Only if that car was in Colorado we would be in business lol
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hmm... Im in need of a dash pad and heater parts... wonder if the guy would part it out?
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For some strange reason, I wish I had the time and money.... I'd offer him $500 if it came with a title.
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For some strange reason, I wish I had the time and money.... I'd offer him $500 if it came with a title.
If i had the space i would try to bring her back little by little.
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Word of warning.
With the driver side shock tower MIA. I would be cautious. This is where the body vin is stamped. It is probably better to use it as a planter than a project.
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For some strange reason, I wish I had the time and money.... I'd offer him $500 if it came with a title.

I'd give him $500 without a title and strip what usable parts are on it and scrap the rusty mess left afterwards.
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Rat n snake habitat.
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Rat n snake habitat.
And don't forget the Damn Bees/Wasps/Fire Ants/Snakes! I have been attacked (Yellow Jackets) several times at local salvage yards where they did not keep up the grounds (like the pic above), as nice as the National picknpull type yards. Yeowch! Always an unpleasant surprise when upside down under the dash/all the way in the trunk/and or underneath in very tight spot. No easy escape. I would have to hitch that thing to my truck wench and pull it about 50 yards before ever touching it.
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Except the missing apron/VIN stamping, I don't see anything wrong. You guys are clearly spoiled.
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