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post #16 of 23 (permalink) Old 08-07-2019, 10:03 PM Thread Starter
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He details his cars better than anyone's I know and his cars always bring beyond a premium.
It was Friday afternoon when it ran, and there was really no money in the house...throughout the entire auction...
I give him cudos as well he gets it done when it comes to the cars he sells.

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He details his cars better than anyone's I know and his cars always bring beyond a premium.
It was Friday afternoon when it ran, and there was really no money in the house...throughout the entire auction...
I give him cudos as well he gets it done when it comes to the cars he sells.
What was he expecting @69bosssvt?

I agree, kudos to him!!

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Several recently posted ads for coupes are in the same price range as a 55-57 t-bird.

No way a 65-68 Mustang coupe that is one of 2+ million brings in the same cash as a baby bird.


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"Because the "Accent Group" option it came with deleted those ornaments in favor of Tiffany pinstripes, 3/32" wide in either black or white. They were painted (by roller) at the factory and outlined the side styling accent lines of the car. "

That's correct. Thanks for that Response. Just to add, In '64 1/2, and Early '65, Red and Blue "Painted Accent Stripes" were also offered and available. In '66, Only Black and White were offered.

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It is a very nicely detailed car and I saw a poster in the trunk I believe that said unrestored. At what point though do fix up's" move to the category of being restored? I don't know.


But why did they have to put that perforated plastic wrapped around cover on the steering wheel? I would knock 500 bucks off just for that, LOL.


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So there really are $20K coupes...
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I would let mine go all day long for $20k with no remorse only joy
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What was he expecting @69bosssvt?

I agree, kudos to him!!

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