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Are you KIDDING?
#1
http://miami.craigslist.org/brw/cto/4536366971.html

This car singlehandedly has the worst lower body rot I've ever witnessed - even the outer rocker has a big fat rust hole in it. Makes that rotted Pantera look like a great car to restore. How much do you want to bet that the inner rockers are shot to match the outers?

I'm not sure which shocks me more - the condition or the $3500 asking price, relative to the condition.

"BODY STRIPPED"

Of what - the body?

"COMPLETELY READY"

For the scrapyard.

"I DO NOT HAVE TIME TO RESTORE.."

No single mortal human being has lived that long.

"TOO MUCH TOO LIST"

It all fell off.

"ALL PARTS ARE INCLUDED"

Except the unibody.

"SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY PLEASE"

GET serious.

-Kurt

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#2
So your saying its not a good deal ? Lol.

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#3
Honestly, the aftermarket AC compressor and the "look" of the rust under the hood says "once-submerged car" to me.

Anyone want to bet this was a rough project car not long ago, ruined twice over by a Mississippi flood or Katrina?

-Kurt

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#4
and this one starting bid $999, no title or engine or...

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Ford-Mustang-Bas...ars_Trucks
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#5
eddyw;185661 Wrote:and this one starting bid $999, no title or engine or...

Already a better deal. Someone picked the bone clean - saves time Tongue

Trunk floor rot is scary on that one. Bet the framerails are a hoot too.

-Kurt

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#6
c'mon, a little clear coat and tah dah... rat rod!
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#7
1972MustangSVH;185663 Wrote:c'mon, a little clear coat and tah dah... rat rod!
rofl

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#8
Emphasis on the "rat."

-Kurt

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#9
it just need a little body work, and some panels to be replaced, it will make a nice project car for someone. Big Grin

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#10
Anything is fixable. But that price is rediculously high.
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