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At a loss for words on this one

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I'm hoping the price is a typo. Holy crap!

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Icing on the cake is that it was a T-code.
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Wow. Those taillights...


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Hand formed metal body kit it says. Crazy spot for the fuel fill. Looks at the tail lights tho:


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I cannot stand the "double tail light" look on 65-66 Mustangs, but- at the risk of being flamed- I actually think those tail lights are really well done. That is a very cool looking Mustang. Maybe not quarter of a million dollars cool, but...


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Icing on the cake is that it was a T-code.
A T code COUPE, to be exact. One of those conversions we've heard tell about.

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I think I saw that car being built on Fantom Autoworks where they charge those folks crazy amounts of money. I am usually like wow that car will never be worth that much. Its probably what they charged him.
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Dammit beat me to it^^^€€

Hey! I just saw that car built by fantomworks LAST NIGHT! It was a sema build/unveil for an older couple and the husband had it built for his wife Norene.. that name was even engraved and lit on the sill plates. Coyote, ac, huge subwoofers, power windows and locks, fugly tail lights, fugly front bumper, stupid gas filler! I think the main dude at fantomworks even said it was worth over $200k

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I think alot of that car was finished by
Dushy Dan of Fantomworks.

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Dammit beat me to it^^^

Hey! I just saw that car built by fantomworks LAST NIGHT! It was a sema build/unveil for an older couple.
Wonder what happened with the couple
They got bumped off by their kids for squandering their inheritance.
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If it's a '68 where are the side marker lights/reflectors?
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I think he meant yen.
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Well, I don't usually go for modifieds, but I like this one.

As for the gas cap, that's a feature I really like. Maybe it's my Bowtie upbringing.

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Loss for words!
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It has some nice features and some I could do without, but the fact it is all metal and virtually everything has been custom built, the price isn't a huge surprise. That someone would pay it, is what boggles my mind.
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