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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-01-2019, 09:21 AM Thread Starter
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1965 Mustang parts car

Link to my CL ad- https://cedarrapids.craigslist.org/p...877546068.html

Complete 65 coupe, 289, a/m, a/c car, typical Iowa rust, so a great v8 swap parts car or a project for someone glutting for punishment! lol!! Included are all the parts pulled from another '65 coupe short of the shell- it was actually worse. No title- it sat in a barn for the last 25+ years and was last registered in about '86. $900 on my CL ad- $750 to any VFM member that wants to come get it. I know it's worth more pieced out- just don't have the time right now and I need the space worse. The car rolls fine, but would need to be trailered off the ground. Hit me up if you can use it

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Isn't that one of those $20K coupes I've read about on this website?
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Man, that car looks exactly like my first car back in '81. Caspian Blue, white interior, auto, 289....wish I would have kept it. Would love to have this. Just how rusty is it?

69 Mach 1, 351W, T5, owned for 31 years, 03 Mach 1 Azure Blue, 65 fastback, 289, C4 (son's), 67 fastback, 289, C4 (wife's)
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Man, that car looks exactly like my first car back in '81. Caspian Blue, white interior, auto, 289....wish I would have kept it. Would love to have this. Just how rusty is it?
Repairable- yes; anything is with enough time and money, right? This one would need full floor, rear rails, trunk floors, quarters, etc. I think the front end is savable, but will need fender patches, etc. I considered saving it and building it, but have too many other projects in the works. If I had more space in the barn I'd just keep it...but I don't

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