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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 01-22-2019, 02:41 PM Thread Starter
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1969 Fastback $3500

Not my ad, but what a deal

https://orlando.craigslist.org/cto/d...800682146.html

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Glad it is too far from me I have too many cars lol. I wonder why no pic of interior. It has to be worth money unless it is totally rusted out.
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Glad it is too far from me I have too many cars lol. I wonder why no pic of interior. It has to be worth money unless it is totally rusted out.
I was thinking the same thing, and why no pictures of the engine or engine bay? I'm betting both the interior and engine/engine bay are in pretty rough shape and that's why he didn't post any pictures of those two areas. Seems like a pretty decent deal for the price though....
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Close to me but sadly i already dropped to much money into my current project. Wish this had popped up two weeks ago.

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I don't think that lack of interior or engine pics is really an issue here...

You can see through the glass that it's got a dash, steering wheel and seats.. The interior is in there.

And by the way the car is sitting, I'm believing that the small block and auto tranny are there...

My point being, that if the condition of the interior and the mechanicals are commensurate with the car itself, it all needs to be replaced and/or restored ANYHOW.

So the condition of it is... well.... pretty moot. It's a good deal regardless, unless the rust is far far worse than it appears.
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$3,500?! Hasn't this guy seen Barrett Jackson?
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Cars in Florida rust from the top down. They rust in places that we, in the rust belt, never knew could rust. This one has rust in all the common areas, near New Smyrna Beach.
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I'll offer to go look at it if anyone is seriously interested. It's 45 minutes away if it's really in New Smyrna and not is some shipping container.

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Saved a pic because this should be gone tomorrow...
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It's sold already. Just reached out to them.

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annnnnnnnnnnnnnd that's how you know it was a steal

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My how times have changed!! Back in '80 I bought a 69 fully loaded 351w 4sp mach in a helluva lot better shape than that for $200. Wish I still had it!!

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For sure. My first thought on seeing this posting was about how I remember when everybody would have laughed at that price for such a rust bucket.
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I'm on the side of that being a pretty good deal, especially if it was indeed a S-Code Mach 1. Here is the opposite side of the spectrum for sale near me - a converted hardtop for a whole lot more: https://omaha.craigslist.org/cto/d/o...759729304.html
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I'm on the side of that being a pretty good deal, especially if it was indeed a S-Code Mach 1. Here is the opposite side of the spectrum for sale near me - a converted hardtop for a whole lot more: https://omaha.craigslist.org/cto/d/o...759729304.html
Ouch. Looks like the sprayer for the red primer did not have an off button....
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