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73 Mustang Convertible Q code 4 speed
Nice looking car good luck with the sale.

John J
(05-14-2018, 04:32 PM)73 Conv. 4speed Q code Wrote:
(05-14-2018, 02:12 PM)JD79 Wrote:
(05-13-2018, 07:51 PM)73 Conv. 4speed Q code Wrote: https://www.futureclassicsnj.com/vehicle...rd-mustang

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Nice car! Good luck with the sale! Are you selling the decor group side molding, which used to be on your car before the modification/repaint as well? If so .... I am interested...


Jerome,  thanks, I do have all of the decor side molding.  Send me an email and I will send you some pics. Arpadge@gmail.com

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Email sent, thanks!
It is great that you took photos of the car as it was to show condition. I just see so many that get a skim coat of filler and sanded and painted and last about a year and the rust shows through.
As a point of reference on price. It was about a year and half ago that a very similar vert sold on Ebay. It brought $35,000 and came with NASA hood with stripe and side strips from the factory. It was also a Q 4 speed and also green. The big thing on it was that it had never been washed or in rain and was always kept in a plastic bag in climate control. The car was more or less perfect and I corresponded with the owner a couple times. It was in the third ownership at that time. It also had about every option. I did have to keep myself from bidding on it never seen one that well preserved.
I need to make a trip to Ford dealer near here he had a 73 vert that had never left the dealership might still be there.
I visited Daniel Carpenter about a month ago and he has a row of Fox body mustangs with most having single digit mileage. They all came from dealers that ordered them and just put them up. Several SVO and a 20 th. Ann car were in the group along with a Ford GT. They will move to the MOM, Mustang Owner's Museum, in the winter.
While at the Mustang Owner's Museum event I was the only 71 - 73 car there and several wanted to buy it, lol. They are going to have the grand opening on Mustang Day next April at the Museum if members want to plan a trip for then. They will have a track day also that is a blast.

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