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72 Mach 1 for sale on eBay
#1
What I'm I missing here? Is this really worth $200,000? If so mine is a lot nicer so maybe I should sale Smile

http://m.ebay.com/itm?itemId=291109842425
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#2
its not a Mach 1, its a 302 Fastback, that Gas Monkey did last night on there TV show.
it not worth $200,000 but I like to see where its going with the price, I really think some one ran up the Price, or someone really wants it because they (Gas Monkey) made it.

see the trend below
http://www.7173mustangs.com/thread-gasmo...-car-72-fb

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#3
They are buying the GAS MONKEY popularity associated with the car.

Car is probably worth about $10k since the paint looks so nice (from the pics).

Ray

1971 Boss 351  
1972 Q code 4 speed convertible 
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#4
Uhm... all the people who bid on it since around 50k, have been new accounts...

-Gonz
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#5
Boss1Ray;172429 Wrote:They are buying the GAS MONKEY popularity associated with the car.

Car is probably worth about $10k since the paint looks so nice (from the pics).

Ray
I agree with the " is it a TV show car" price run up

But - 10K
Fastback with low miles, new paint [ although who knows how good or bad it is ] new interior, new suspension ,new tires and wheels
only 10 K
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#6
Hmmm. I have a convertible I can let go for $150K less than that....
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#7
Bill73Ragtop;172503 Wrote:Hmmm. I have a convertible I can let go for $150K less than that....

You have to get it on TV first Tongue
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#8
Ohh crap, if this sale ramps up the value of our cars, then the price of the doors will never go down Big Grin

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#9
whats interesting is now the car is listed as "SOLD" for $51,377.77.......
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superduty;172546 Wrote:whats interesting is now the car is listed as "SOLD" for $51,377.77.......

Yep, that is what it shows as the final price. I like all Mustangs but I really don't see paying that much for that particular one. But I guess a high price does boost the value of our cars. Glad it's a big body getting some air time on their show. Good for them and us!
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