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Anyone familiar with this car?
#1
Saw this one on Mecum and was wondering if anyone here had seen the car in person. I believe it is from New Jersey.

https://www.mecum.com/lots/PA0819-379787...-fastback/
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#2
I am not familiar with the car but I do like it.
I doubt the tires are original with 22,000 miles. The wheels are also polished and not from factory just high speed turned. Interested in seeing what it brings for sure.


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(07-10-2019, 04:14 PM)Carolina_Mountain_Mustangs Wrote: I am not familiar with the car but I do like it.
I doubt the tires are original with 22,000 miles. The wheels are also polished and not from factory just high speed turned. Interested in seeing what it brings for sure.
Im a fan of Gold Glow. My preference is for a 72, but this one is very nice
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#4
To answer the question of the thread title directly, "No, but I would very much like to be."

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#5
Pretty nice car....probably will sell for somewhere in low 20's unless it has reserve north of $30K.

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#6
Very nice car .I would like to see it in person. I am a huge fan of Glod Glow as well.

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