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1971 Boss 351 unrestored on E bay
#11
(06-12-2019, 06:06 PM)Motorcity Mustang Wrote:
(06-12-2019, 11:44 AM)kcmash Wrote: If I were one of those that had the money i would suck her up and drive it.

To me that is one of the top Mustangs out there.  Grabber Yellow Boss 351.  The only thing greater would be an original yellow GT500 in my book.

kcmash

I have to live within my means, but I sure Dream outside of them....

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Yes Mike, Just like that!  Not sure if you are rubbing it in or adding me to your inheritance beneficiary list since you know it would be appreciated.   thumb

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#12
As far as this particular car is concerned, without looking at it and checking it over good it may or may not be worth getting. If it doesn't need a bunch of metal work and has the right #'s I could live with headers and the wrong carb.
Definitely would be too expensive to pay someone else to restore it. Like I said If my wife would let be sell the Chevelle I would jump on it for the right price . I already tried to trade it for a nice 71 429 Torino GT and she shut down that deal real quick. She would trade for a nice Starliner.
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#13
(06-12-2019, 09:04 PM)I keiths71 Wrote: As far as this particular car is concerned, without looking at it and checking it over good it may or may not be worth getting. If it doesn't need a bunch of metal work and has the right #'s I could live with headers and the wrong carb.
Definitely would be too expensive to pay someone else to restore it. Like I said If my wife would let be sell the Chevelle I would jump on it for the right price . I already tried to trade it for a nice 71 429 Torino GT and she shut down that deal  real quick. She would trade for a nice Starliner.

Which price would be fair for this Boss?
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#14
Nice find. Would make a great project if bought right.

Wish I had the money.

- Mike
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#15
If it's numbers matching or a Boss 351 warranty replacement block it could be worth sinking some money into. If not, it would still be a shame to see it continue to rot away. Someone could sink just enough money into it to keep it on the road, and chip away at the restoration. No idea on the underside, cowl, etc. Yes I think the days are long gone to think of a $40K complete classic car restoration at a pro shop. $30K might get you a really nice driver however. I think the metalwork is always the killer in the deal- how much does it really need... If this one has original paint then at least it doesn't look like it is hiding too many sins with what can be seen. Mike you have a good sense of humor, dangling a pic of the Shelby GT500. LOL
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#16
(06-12-2019, 06:23 PM)kcmash Wrote:
(06-12-2019, 06:06 PM)Motorcity Mustang Wrote:
(06-12-2019, 11:44 AM)kcmash Wrote: If I were one of those that had the money i would suck her up and drive it.

To me that is one of the top Mustangs out there.  Grabber Yellow Boss 351.  The only thing greater would be an original yellow GT500 in my book.

kcmash

I have to live within my means, but I sure Dream outside of them....

Like this?

Yes Mike, Just like that!  Not sure if you are rubbing it in or adding me to your inheritance beneficiary list since you know it would be appreciated.   thumb

kcmash
Adding you to the inheritance beneficiary list, as I know it would be appreciated with you!!

Thanks from MotorCity Mustang!
http://stores.ebay.com/MotorCity-Mustang
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(06-13-2019, 05:56 PM)Motorcity Mustang Wrote:
(06-12-2019, 06:23 PM)kcmash Wrote:
(06-12-2019, 06:06 PM)Motorcity Mustang Wrote: Like this?

Yes Mike, Just like that!  Not sure if you are rubbing it in or adding me to your inheritance beneficiary list since you know it would be appreciated.   thumb

kcmash
Adding you to the inheritance beneficiary list, as I know it would be appreciated with you!!

Wait a minute... you mean I have been coming to Michigan to wash and wax the cars, sweep the floors and clean the restrooms when
I could have just emailed  Chin
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#18
(06-14-2019, 08:02 AM)OMS Wrote:
(06-13-2019, 05:56 PM)Motorcity Mustang Wrote:
(06-12-2019, 06:23 PM)kcmash Wrote: Yes Mike, Just like that!  Not sure if you are rubbing it in or adding me to your inheritance beneficiary list since you know it would be appreciated.   thumb

kcmash
Adding you to the inheritance beneficiary list, as I know it would be appreciated with you!!

Wait a minute... you mean I have been coming to Michigan to wash and wax the cars, sweep the floors and clean the restrooms when
I could have just emailed  Chin
Yep.  But that earned you top spot!!!!!!

Thanks from MotorCity Mustang!
http://stores.ebay.com/MotorCity-Mustang
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#19
Says there is a winning bid,  hope someone from here got it.
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#20
True...got only 1 bid and seller raised price to 30k
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