Join Date: Jan 2019
Location: Auburn University, Alabama
I had communication with him. Apparently he's a person with no knowledge of early Mustangs, has a relative's car that had been in one spot for years, in rough condition with a pile of new parts, and very limited income or resources to do anything with it. Wrestling with taking forever to fix, or making next to nothing imparting it on someone else, or watching it rot... or, he's picking at the wrong place looking for the uninformed sucker. Apron is stamped with same number and the door tag, decoded as a 66 T code with a 3 speed and 2:80 rear in Vintage Burgundy with black standard interior.
Last edited by myfirstcar66; 05-22-2019 at 08:44 AM.