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1972 Convertible barn find?
#1
http://goo.gl/oS27tp


Ad says unmolested. Tough life in that barn.
Guess for the price not too bad.

Ray

1971 Boss 351  
1972 Q code 4 speed convertible 
1971 Mustang Sportsroof  351-2V FMX 
1971 Hardtop (parts car)
1973 Mach 1 (parts car)
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#2
Nice car, needs work, i like how the ad says "easy fix"
I have learned one thing while redoing my car, there is no such thing as an "Easy Fix".

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Iyman
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#3
Yeah, easy fix is utter nonsense, but if you've got the time and skills it looks like it has the potential to be a pretty great car.
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#4
New Jersey, visible rust (means a lot more) easy fix = lol. I see a lot of money being spent. Mine looked close to show when I bought it after being stored for 12 years and has no rust, that was approximately $27, 000 ago.
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#5
this car was on craigslist for months a little bit ago.. he was down to 1500, obviously like most people if you cant sell it for 1500 might as well jack up the price!!!
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#6
From the photos it looks like a flood vehicle.


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Jim

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#7
Looks sun beat.
I think its a backyard find.

But for the right price to the right person this can be a realy nice car, and by price I would say $1500.- $2000 max.

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#8
It has cancer and without out extensive Chemo it is will rot away setting in place. Even if stored in a good environment. I would hate to see what the frame rails look like right now.
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#9
OpiemusRex;164082 Wrote:New Jersey, visible rust (means a lot more) easy fix = lol. I see a lot of money being spent. Mine looked close to show when I bought it after being stored for 12 years and has no rust, that was approximately $27, 000 ago.

I'm right there with ya... on SO many levels. Mine hadn't been registered since 1980 and left to rot - with all the structural damage and Hilly-Billy rememdies I discovered & repaired occurring prior to being parked. That must've been a HARD 9 years of "out-doing the Duke Boys," is all I can say.

Having said that I say, "That doesn't look so bad - I'd give it a shot." rofl




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#10
That car looks like it will need everything. Complete Interior, probably rocker panels, trunk floor and whatnot. Sad

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