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Old 09-16-2006, 07:48 PM Thread Starter
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- One original color repaint over original metal
- Beautiful 99% rust free west coast body
- No accident solid, straight body
- Gorgeous Tahoe Turquoise w/white top
- Standard black interior
- One of the few Dearborn built "sprint" package
convertibles
- Factory Air that's been converted to 134A
- Cruise-o-matic trans
- Deluxe Wire wheels w/spinners
- Console
- Dealer added Fog Lights
- AM/FM Stereo w/speakers in the doors
- Dealer added remote trunk release
- Dealer added Day/Night Mirror
- Deluxe seat belt warning indicator
- Includes car cover
- Includes dash cover
- Includes two boxes of parts
- Includes original shop manual
- Includes custom color matched "parade seat"
- Gets 22-26 mpg!

VIN: 6F08Txxxxxx
Body: 76A
Color: U
Trim: 26
Built: 25F
Trans: 6
Axle: 2

This car appears to be a 5-7 year old restoration on a amazingly original and rust free west coast car. The car needs nothing but cleaning and TLC from it's new owner. I have a complete power steering package ready to go in the car which can be purchased or added at an extra cost. Asking $17,500 o.b.o. to drive it away. Come see and drive this gorgeous machine and you'll buy it. You'll spend twice this money restoring that project convertible you have sitting in your garage. It's a show car all the way!

Wayne
[email protected]
703-926-9391
Northern, VA
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Old 09-18-2006, 08:50 PM
Dru
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Hey Wayne,

Nice looking car. Sorry I missed a chance for a ride over the weekend. Great looking building in the background there!

See you later.

Doc
'97 SVT Cobra
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Old 10-13-2006, 03:08 AM
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Really nice car. Not much of a convertible fan but I have to admire the condition. Good luck.

Regards,

Roadhog[color:blue][/color]
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