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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 08-31-2019, 07:13 PM Thread Starter
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Dallas Mustang going out of business auction?

https://rosensystems.com/upcoming-auctions/1564

Its a real shame to see another supplier go down. I had heard they were having problems...I think the last time I ordered from them was over 10 years ago.
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Dude, You're late to the party....Dallas Mustang Parts went out of business like 6 months ago...

Thanks for the weblink though....

Here's all of their stuff that's going on auction in a few days from the Bankruptcy!


https://bid.rosensystems.com/cgi-bin...2/category/ALL



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What a shame.
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Well, their website is still up so if you need anything, just order through the site
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There's actually a few lots I'd bid on but no way to pick them up not being in TX.

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There's actually a few lots I'd bid on but no way to pick them up not being in TX.
Easy...schedule a freight pickup...you are looking at roughly $150-200 a pallet shipping most places in the nation coming from TX
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There's actually a few lots I'd bid on but no way to pick them up not being in TX.
The website mentions a shipping company that has expressed interest.

I'd act as broker but cant guarantee that I can make it even for the stuff I want. If I can make it up there for the preview I'd like to see what and how many pieces are in some of those small parts box lots. Otherwise maybe those seat displays, a few HD shelves or watch for giveaway prices which I kinda doubt.

Anyone else notice all the '71-73 parts? That helped why they went out of business

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Well I made it to the preview. There was a mix of Mustang shoppers who I'm afraid are willing to pay too close to retail on the wheel sets and some pro auction flippers that are likely to be disappointed by how low some Mustang parts prices are. I overheard one couple say the Shelby 10 spoke wheels were ~$1000 for a set.
Many of the small parts boxes of parts were disappointing, one or two items per box, we'll see but I already see plenty lots overbid even @$30.

I found this funny, the Edelbrock intakes on the display have Display Only engraved in them so i think that lot is already overbid by 10X @$140
Same with a demon carb thats @$150-For Display, LOL!

The big items like the lifts and Dyno will be bargains comparatively I bet.

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Its all over but the crying. Im crying because I got tied up and didn't get back to bidding until after the wheels were gone. A set of 5 LW Magnum 500 look-a-likes in 17" went for $315,

the 15" Shelby 10 spokes for $330

and a lot of 9 wheels 6 matching 15" SSWs and 3 in 14" went for only $200

Not to mention the display, good for single spare tires was only $150


Scored me these seats, still debating if the Corbeau and ProCar are leather or not. 1 to keep 2 to flip as gamer chairs if nothing else.


I won the ac parts shelves with 6 compressors, and almost everything else to put my system back together. Along with other evaps, and condenser for later models. If you need AC parts for a Fox or SN95 Mustang give me a shout.

Lots of other odds and ends and trinkets but my big surprise score when i checked the part # on Summit is a set of Deatsch/Werks 88lb fuel injectors for a 4.6 that retail for $599

Anyone else?
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