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73 Convertible
73 Convertible - Overview (This post was last modified: 09-12-2018, 12:18 AM by BeerDontCount.)
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Owner : BeerDontCount
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Color : Dark Green Metallic
Engine : 351 4V - all stock
Transmission : FMX
73 Convertible
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73 Convertible - Details
Data Added : 12-09-2015 - 11:31 PM
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Color : Dark Green Metallic
Engine : 351 4V - all stock
Transmission : FMX


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#2
Beautiful car...would love to see the Marti report on it.

Jeff
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#3
Great looking vert.



Mike AKA Ole Pony & Rare Pony

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#4
Great looking car!

- Jim
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#5
I think I have a scan of the Marti report. It has quite a few options added by POs over the years, such as the ram air and hood, 4v heads, power windows etc. Wheels might be add ons also. I'd like to take credit for the way it presents, but I've only had it for a couple of months. It is a "one of" car mostly due to the color combination and competition suspension.

Scott
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#6
That's a stunning looking car! Looks in amazing condition.
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#7
Green was always my favorite color. I have a green 65 vert A code 4 speed but never had a 71-73 green other than a 72 parts vert.
I just like the green and argent accents.
Great looking car would like to see more pics.
David


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#8
That was my car... traded it in as part of the deal to get the '71 429 vert project I am currently working on...

Car was originally sold in NY State, went to California soon after where it spent the majority of its life. Back to the East Coast where I purchased from the NE/MA area, brought up to Canada and then sent back to WA State when I decided I wanted back into the BB '71 verts... The short block is original to the car, as well as the tranny and rear... All I did was update the maintenance on it, brakes, hoses, fluids, etc. Only put about 5k on her in the 5 years I owned the car.

Small world...
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#9
Nice car. The interior looks great. Was it redone recently?


John J
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#10
It looks like the interior has been updated. I got a binder full of docs with the car and I believe there are invoices for door panels. Carpet looks pretty new as well. I've only had it few months, so can't really take any credit other than buying the car. Haha. Pastel Blue said he only ran it about 1K per year, so probably not much wear and tear for the last several years. Thanks for the comments.

Scott
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#11
Very nice car!!
That dark green looks great on it, especially with the argent stripes. Very classy!

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Mike

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#12
Awesome car!

- Mike
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