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1973 CJ 4 speed
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I looked at this today, it is not my car. Someone may be interested. If you are email me at c9zx@cox.net. Original engine is there but rod through the pan, 4 speed is there, very few options but very little rust or body damage, wrong hood, glass is not broken. He is a bit high at $4500 and seems to be firm although I did not really try to negotiate much. Chuck


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#2
Interesting car. I think he is about 1k to 1500 too high based on the engine.
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#3
I sent you a email.



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Chuck, do you know if this Mustang still has[/align] the original 3.50 Traction Lok, rear end?

BT

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cobra3073;108104 Wrote:Chuck, do you know if this Mustang still has[/align] the original 3.50 Traction Lok, rear end?

BT

I did not get the car up high enough to check the tag or rotation. However, my source books say axle A decodes as 3.50 open and S as 3.50 traction-lok. Chuck
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c9zx;108110 Wrote:
cobra3073;108104 Wrote:Chuck, do you know if this Mustang still has[/align] the original 3.50 Traction Lok, rear end?

BT

I did not get the car up high enough to check the tag or rotation. However, my source books say axle A decodes as 3.50 open and S as 3.50 traction-lok. Chuck
Duh, the old eyes have once again deceived me. LOL

BT

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BT, I understand the problemSmile. The car has very little rust, the cowl is good, no rot in the shock towers, trunk is good, I don't even think the floor pans are bad. The only rust through I found was the trunk drops and a small portion of the quarter where it meets the drop. If the block is good the rest of the engine is all original down to the emissions equipment, carb is even correct (dist. has been replaced at some point). The car was obviously ordered as a no frills go fast car. Why it has an open rear end is beyond me. He is high on price right now but who knows what 35 $100 bills on the hood of the car would do. There is a big part of me that loves the "sleeper cars" or "Q' ships as we used to call them. It is a good thing I'm out of garage space or the budget department might be very upset with me. Chuck
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I'll bet the rear has the big N on it too.
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Definitely a sleeper...a Q code, 4 speed car with the standard hood. Cool!

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71 M-code Mach 1, Medium Blue/White Sport, 4R70W, 3L50, Factory Ram Air.
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#10
There is something about 02Q cars that I love.

Steve



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