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71 Boss, Australia...
#1
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Bob is selling his 71 Boss, feel free to donate to my 'car kitty'! thumb

https://www.carsales.com.au/private/deta...8832/?Cr=4

I have more snaps and Marti. If anyone is interested, pls PM me or contact Bob direct through his ad.

Cheers...

...Mickus
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#2
Hey Mickus,

I've been tryin' to sell my Mach 1 for a year now and nobody wants it - go figure.Huh

http://cars.aocarshop.com.au/view.php/ou.../12554461/

Greg.Undecided

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#3
That's a good price for a Boss, £41k UK. Looks great too.

Weird your Mach 1 hasn't sold Greg, it looks a beaut.
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Austin Vert;288737 Wrote:Hey Mickus,

I've been tryin' to sell my Mach 1 for a year now and nobody wants it - go figure.Huh

http://cars.aocarshop.com.au/view.php/ou.../12554461/

Greg.Undecided

Greg, I would dig a hole with my bare hands straight through to you to get your car!! I would roll in a mound of fire ants!! I would let Hillary Clinton have her way wit meSad (YUCK!!!!!) whatever it took to bring your car home! ! Just too far away and I have to spend my 50k on my R code resto.

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I take my addiction to the Henry Ford clinic.Haha
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#5
Greg, your 73 is clean, sharp and well presented. It will sell, but just needs the right discerning buyer. You know this may take some time. If you are after a quick sale, drop the price. Chin

I have spruiked your 73 locally but haven't had any bites, everyone is looking for a bargain Greg. I suppose if you aren't desperate for a sale and are willing to hold off for the right buyer who will see the value, then hold the price you have listed. On the other hand, if you want to get things moving take a look at your price point. Your previous posts regarding this would indicate you are pretty resolute with the price. thumb

Just hang in there Greg.

Bob's 71 Boss is immaculate. I seriously deliberated taking the plunge with this but then I started considering what I'd do with a concourse car. I resolved that a concourse car is not for me. Apart from the time it takes to maintain the presentation, it would be a travesty to mod, in the manner that I enjoy, such a beautiful example of a factory restoration. The clutter of stickers and labels and branding in the engine bay, which are all concourse correct, would trigger my ocd too Sad

I've sold some pretty high priced cars and other items on eBay and have a few strategies to maximise a healthy close price. PM me or give me a call and I'll walk you through them thumb

Cheers...

...Mickus
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#6
Thanks for your feedback guys.

Time will be the ultimate teller i guess.

Greg.Chin

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6972boss;288779 Wrote:
Austin Vert;288737 Wrote:Hey Mickus,

I've been tryin' to sell my Mach 1 for a year now and nobody wants it - go figure.Huh

http://cars.aocarshop.com.au/view.php/ou.../12554461/

Greg.Undecided

Greg, I would dig a hole with my bare hands straight through to you to get your car!! I would roll in a mound of fire ants!! I would let Hillary Clinton have her way wit meSad (YUCK!!!!!) whatever it took to bring your car home! ! Just too far away and I have to spend my 50k on my R code resto.

Thanks man!

$35,000.00 US makes it yours.

Hhmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm - we could go with time payment.TongueTongue

Greg.Smile

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#8
As someone told me today, you could put my 75 rusty XB Coupe right next to my shiny 73 vert both with for sale signs and everyone would be lining up for the XBSmile This is the Australian market. Greg, it will take a while at the price your asking but so what? You have a really nice Mustang to drive in the mean timeSmile


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gpierce;288861 Wrote:As someone told me today, you could put my 75 rusty XB Coupe right next to my shiny 73 vert both with for sale signs and everyone would be lining up for the XBSmile This is the Australian market. Greg, it will take a while at the price your asking but so what? You have a really nice Mustang to drive in the mean timeSmile


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Thanks Greg,

I think you are right there. Thanks for your input.

Greg.Smile

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