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1973 Q Code Convertible project for sale - SOLD
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Hey folks,

I'm looking to sell my project. As the kids get older the money available to complete this car gets less. Let me know if you have any questions.

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#2
How much?

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#3
Price?
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#4
Gosh looks like you spent all the money just need time to put it all in shape and together. I guess you have none of the original Q engine or the C-6? A Mustang in a box just add labor and love.


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#5
I've seen the car, and many of the parts. This is a great deal for someone. Needs floorpans, but everything else looks really nice and restoreable.

I have a C-6 and a 351 block and heads (block will need a sleeve) along with lots of small parts. If they will help make the sale, I'll cut a super deal with the buyer if they are so inclined, just to help out a friend

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"I love my Hookers!" and "Get some Strange" probably have a different connotation to non automotive enthusiasts!
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Carolina_Mountain_Mustangs;276362 Wrote:Gosh looks like you spent all the money just need time to put it all in shape and together. I guess you have none of the original Q engine or the C-6? A Mustang in a box just add labor and love.

I have a few original 351 parts but the engine was seised with 5 cylinders needing to be beat out with a 3lb. hammer and 2x4. The cheapest I could find to rework the block was $450 with sleeves so I had to can the option of bringing it back to stock. It needs interior, a top, and radiator.
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mdunlap;276381 Wrote:
Carolina_Mountain_Mustangs;276362 Wrote:Gosh looks like you spent all the money just need time to put it all in shape and together. I guess you have none of the original Q engine or the C-6? A Mustang in a box just add labor and love.

I have a few original 351 parts but the engine was seised with 5 cylinders needing to be beat out with a 3lb. hammer and 2x4. The cheapest I could find to rework the block was $450 with sleeves so I had to can the option of bringing it back to stock. It needs interior, a top, and radiator.

Doesn't seem like a bad deal to bring the original engine back to the car? This is a good deal, even with spending $$ on the original engine...
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To be clear, the engine I have is not a serial number matching engine to the car, but a proper q code for that year that needs complete rebuild.

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"I love my Hookers!" and "Get some Strange" probably have a different connotation to non automotive enthusiasts!
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#9
Oh, how I wish I was closer and had the room for another Mustang.

New interior, top, floor pans, final details/goodies + engine work = a nice, solid 'vert for around $10K total investment (including the purchase price).

Eric

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#10
I miss San Antonio. I used to live on Bitters and 281. Golf year-round!
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