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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 11-17-2013, 02:09 PM Thread Starter
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66 I6 Coupe

Selling my 66 Coupe - I6 - automatic trans -Tahoe turquoise with black standard interior. I have added deluxe door cards and handles. Car was restored about 9 years ago. 200 engine was rebuilt at that time and now has less than 10K miles driven since restoration. I do not think the cowl was totally refurbished when it was restored. I do not drive it in the rain - has a cowl cover - but I do believe it would leak without it.

I am second owner since the restoration. I have replaced the carb, new leaf springs, rear shocks, Pioneer stereo mounted under dash, original AM radio in dash, led light bulbs in gauges, led sequential tail lights, three point seat belts installed in front to name a few things I have done. Car has had annual maintenance - runs and drives great. Paint still looks great with no rust spots or more than minor imperfections.

Manual drum brakes - work excellent. Manual steering - and most front end suspension parts were replaced when car was restored. If you are looking for an I6 coupe - that is ready to drive - this would be a great candidate.
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Car is located in NW Ohio near Toledo. I apparently can't post pictures - so send me an email and I will send some. Asking $7,500.00 - have much more in it - but so it goes....

Link to a few pictures: http://forums.vintage-mustang.com/me...ang-coupe.html

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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 11-20-2013, 09:53 AM
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67' Coupe 6cyl. auto trans.
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post #3 of 10 (permalink) Old 11-22-2013, 10:38 AM Thread Starter
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Thanks! I do get many compliments around town. I really hate to sell it - but I have one too many cars now and SWMBO prefers that I sell one. It is a great car and will make someone happy. I am waiting until spring to put it on Craigslist.
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Update: My Mustang has been purchased by a VMF member and is on its way to the UK. Thanks for all the information I have obtained from this outstanding forum. I look forward to buying another Mustang in 2 - 3 years. I think the next one will be a convertible.
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I would just like to say thank you to Gary, this purchase has gone very smoothly and he has handled himself like a true gentleman.
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Excellent to hear a ghost news story on a Mustang sale. Hear far to many horror stories. I for one would like to hear what it takes to work the sale and shipping overseas.
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The sale is straight forward, basically agree a price then a bank transfer. My shipper then has someone pick it up and deliver in this case to new jersey, where it ships to liverpool england, i then collect it and bring back to nottm.
It can still go wrong as it's not here yet but that has nothing to do with Gary.
The last car i shipped from new jersey, was hit by hurricane sandy.
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The sale is straight forward, basically agree a price then a bank transfer. My shipper then has someone pick it up and deliver in this case to new jersey, where it ships to liverpool england, i then collect it and bring back to nottm.
It can still go wrong as it's not here yet but that has nothing to do with Gary.
The last car i shipped from new jersey, was hit by hurricane sandy.
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How are customs, taxes, title, etc handled?
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The owner writes a bill of sale to the new owner and sends it to the shipping agent along with the title, he then liases with the british shipping agent, it all gets sent to british customs who assess what duties should be paid. However, if a car is over 30 yrs old, you can apply for a lower duty rate which is a flat rate 5% value added tax.
If the car is newer, you pay 10% import duty on the car and the shipping, then you pay 20% on the car, duty and the import tax, so it compounds.
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