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1973 Coupe Q -code 4 speed coupe project on CL
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https://www.google.com/url?q=http://milw...Fr0gZsNokQ
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A Q-code coupe with 4 speed.

Now that grabs the attention!
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It's not for the faint at heart, but for $4000, it's not a bad deal. There sure aren't many of those around.

- Travis



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#4
Someone needs to go save that one

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Check out my posted pic. I have a 73 Q code 4 speed Grandé that was t boned and totaled by the insurance company. Before the accident it was mint. I picked it up for a song about 10 years ago. Probably could have fixed it if I really wanted to bad enough but ended up using it as a parts car. Haven't brought myself to spend the money on a Marti report.



Steven Harris;170320 Wrote:A Q-code coupe with 4 speed.

Now that grabs the attention!
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Could be a good project. Doesn't look like a rust bucket.
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Very similar to the $5.5k '72 Q-code 4-speed I dug up (and passed on) - with exception to the vinyl roof:

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Marti: http://www.7173mustangs.com/thread-1972-...f01q239431

Still, both of these cars are wasted efforts to restore, though the Craigslist car may be more attractive simply if it is a factory power brake/disc car. Whether 1-of-1 or otherwise, '71-73 coupes do not have strong enough desirability - yet - to warrant the expense of a restoration.

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What town/state is the car in? Disregard, I see the Milwaukee.
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$4K seems a bit steep. My 73 Q code Grandé coupe is 1 of 89 with a 351 CJ with a 4 speed. The 1 of 1 didn't really excite me as much as only 89 built as is. The year, engine, tranny combo are what is important, not the interior/exterior color.

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I wouldn't mind having something like this.
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