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1973 Q -code 4 speed vert project on E bay
yeah that's not askin too much for that shell.......................
So if you pay $5,200 for it then you do all the work and put another $35,000 - $40,000 in it you could sell for $25,000. You would have to get a bigger truck to do any good. Remember the 73 4 speed Q code that sold couple years back for $30,000 that had never been washed and stored in plastic bag in climate control. Had NASA hood and factory applied side stripes and about every option on the list.
The economics are just not here it is just passion.
Would be much better off to find a solid original.

When a man is in the woods and talks and no women are there is he still wrong??
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$5,200.00 is the starting bid...lets see how it goes
What would be a fair price for this convertible in its actual condition?
Starting bid has been lowered to:$4,700.00
Does "I will split this car up next" imply he will part it out if it doesn't sell? Interesting statement from someone who realizes how rare this car it.

71 Mach 1 J code - Japanese export
72 Convertible f code - first car
Numerous other Fords
I though exactly the same! Q-code 4 speed convertibles are very rare..wonder what would be a fair price for this car in its actual condition?
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