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For sale in my town!! 1972 olympic sprint!! Who wants her?
#1
He did want 17k for it on this add..has more pics...

http://kpr.craigslist.org/cto/2913154926.html


http://kpr.craigslist.org/cto/2927946234.html

He wants 14k for it now...And its a local car been garaged most of its life...I havent went and eye balled it yet...But talk about a rare mustang...I dont think he asking too much for it..I dont think i could let go of her if it was mine...lol
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#2
Seller said half of the cars were exported to Europe?
I have heard of a Canadian version ot the Sprints but half to Europe??

I don't think that is even close to correct for the Sprints.

Ray


1971 Boss 351  
1972 Q code 4 speed convertible 
1971 Mustang Sportsroof  351-2V FMX 
1973 Mach 1 (parts car)
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#3
It's not a "mach one" either, just a sportroof sprint. It probably is rare though.

1971 Mach1
351C-4v
C6 is history-->>now TKO-500
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#4
But it's not a Sprint, he said so, it's a "Spirit" edition! So it's an ultra rare Mach 1 Spirit edition. 1 of 1!

Steve



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1971mach1;64427 Wrote:It's not a "mach one" either, just a sportroof sprint. It probably is rare though.

its rare, they only made 3,000 sportroof sprints.

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sm3570;64435 Wrote:But it's not a Sprint, he said so, it's a "Spirit" edition! So it's an ultra rare Mach 1 Spirit edition. 1 of 1!

I dont blame anyone for putting mach 1 on them..I got in alot of arguments with uninformed fast back mustang owners about there cars not being a real mach 1...lol
72MustangSprint;64458 Wrote:
1971mach1;64427 Wrote:It's not a "mach one" either, just a sportroof sprint. It probably is rare though.

its rare, they only made 3,000 sportroof sprints.

I think its less than that...Well according to mustang source...Ford made 800 Sprint fastbacks, and 50 convertibles were made for the Washington, D.C. Cherry Blossom Festival. It was recently learned that 6247 Sprint coupes were also offered. Ford also offered Sprint models of their smaller Mavericks and Pintos. Visit Daniel Russell's 1972 Sprint Registry for more info.

So only 800 spring fast backs made...Pretty rare car.
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.jpg   4-3.JPG (Size: 44.92 KB / Downloads: 179) Mustang source does not know what the #$%^& they are talking about. See www.1972mustangsprint.com for actual Marti production numbers.

So - is 3,086 made rare? Well - not really compared to only 50 convertibles unless it's one of the 298 Q codes. But - how many of the 3K+ sportsroofs made are left in this condition - probably not many. Is it worth about the same as a Mach1 in the same condition with the same engine/trans etc. - perhaps so.
Yes a few coupes were exported to Canada and perhaps some servicemen had some exported to Europe but 1/2 of them made- seriously?
I've included a picture of four of the fifty convertibles all in the same place. What are the odds of that?

By Package and Body (Package B has Magnum 500's & comp suspension)
Body Style Package A Package B Total
Coupe 5512 735 6247
Sportsroof 1908 1178 3086
Convertible 50 0 50
Total 7470 1913 9383

By Engine and Body
Body Style L 250-1v F 302 2v H 351 2v Q 351 4v Total
Coupe 365 4306 1486 90 6247
Sportsroof 49 1268 1471 298 3086
Convertible 0 50 0 0 50
Total 414 5624 2957 388 9383


hyena429;64475 Wrote:
sm3570;64435 Wrote:But it's not a Sprint, he said so, it's a "Spirit" edition! So it's an ultra rare Mach 1 Spirit edition. 1 of 1!

I dont blame anyone for putting mach 1 on them..I got in alot of arguments with uninformed fast back mustang owners about there cars not being a real mach 1...lol
72MustangSprint;64458 Wrote:
1971mach1;64427 Wrote:It's not a "mach one" either, just a sportroof sprint. It probably is rare though.

its rare, they only made 3,000 sportroof sprints.

I think its less than that...Well according to mustang source...Ford made 800 Sprint fastbacks, and 50 convertibles were made for the Washington, D.C. Cherry Blossom Festival. It was recently learned that 6247 Sprint coupes were also offered. Ford also offered Sprint models of their smaller Mavericks and Pintos. Visit Daniel Russell's 1972 Sprint Registry for more info.

So only 800 spring fast backs made...Pretty rare car.

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vamach1;64482 Wrote:Mustang source does not know what the #$%^& they are talking about. See www.1972mustangsprint.com for actual Marti production numbers.

So - is 3,086 made rare? Well - not really compared to only 50 convertibles unless it's one of the 298 Q codes.

I've included a picture of four of the fifty convertibles all in the same place. What are the odds of that?

Now that's a very cool photo on many levels!

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My Mustangs:
71 M-code Mach 1, Medium Blue/White Sport, 4R70W, 3L50, Factory Ram Air.
72 Q-code Mach 1, Pewter/Black Sport, 4-spd, 3L25.
65 Convertible, Britney Blue/White/White, more modified than original.
05 Convertible, Legend Lime/Tan/Tan, future classic??
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#9
Looks clean.
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#10
VAMACH1, cool photo where was it taken? Looks like Nashville Superspeedway. I dont live far from there.

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