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Barrett Jackson 2013 Mustangs (Lots of Pictures!)
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First 6 pictures were not part of the Barrett Jackson but they were in the parking lot next to Barrett Jackson.

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#2
Nice! I'll take anyone of those just sitting in the parking lot.

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Ken

73 Convertible 302-4v-3spd yellow /white int

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If I heard it right, this car was sold for $209,000.
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whitesoc;107507 Wrote:Nice! I'll take anyone of those just sitting in the parking lot.

You can have the convertible, I'll take the other one. thumb
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#4
Nice pics. Thanks for sharing. I watched a lot of BJ on speed channel, but's in always nice to see some candid shots.



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#5
That 71 is NOT grabber green....and gold stripes.. come on.
For $37,400. I'd expect a little more originality.

Rick Bombard
1971 Grabber Green Mach 1 351C 4V
2013 Race Red California Special Convertible
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#6
Let's see - non-original color (thinly suggested to be original), gold stripes (with a blackout hood!), speakers punched through the package tray panel, scratched (or moldy) steering column under the ignition cylinder, 1980's radio installed through the original radio panel, 3,000 mile discrepancy in original mileage on the same 8.5"x11" sales brochure, originally a 351 2V (E-brock'ed into a 351 4V), side stripes missing under-reflector part of decal, Autolite air filter decal applied to right shock tower, outrageous price.

Would have been acceptable had the owner admitted to restomodding it, but that's a $9-12k car anywhere else - and it's still a hard sell with the 3-tone paint job.

A few more photos at the BJ site: http://www.barrett-jackson.com/APPLICATI...18&aid=466

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-Kurt

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71mach351;107529 Wrote:That 71 is NOT grabber green....and gold stripes.. come on.
For $37,400. I'd expect a little more originality.

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beer
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OLE PONY;107519 Wrote:Nice pics. Thanks for sharing. I watched a lot of BJ on speed channel, but's in always nice to see some candid shots.

I will be posting more pictures of BJ's mustangs tonight. I also went to Russo and Steel's car auction show as well so I will start a new thread and post a few pictures of it later on tonight as well.


71mach351;107529 Wrote:That 71 is NOT grabber green....and gold stripes.. come on.
For $37,400. I'd expect a little more originality.

Yeah it is definitely not grabber green. I am surprised the price went up to $37,400.

cudak888;107531 Wrote:Let's see - non-original color (thinly suggested to be original), gold stripes (with a blackout hood!), speakers punched through the package tray panel, scratched (or moldy) steering column under the ignition cylinder, 1980's radio installed through the original radio panel, 3,000 mile discrepancy in original mileage on the same 8.5"x11" sales brochure, originally a 351 2V (E-brock'ed into a 351 4V), side stripes missing under-reflector part of decal, Autolite air filter decal applied to right shock tower, outrageous price.

Would have been acceptable had the owner admitted to restomodding it, but that's a $9-12k car anywhere else - and it's still a hard sell with the 3-tone paint job.

A few more photos at the BJ site: http://www.barrett-jackson.com/APPLICATI...18&aid=466

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-Kurt

You're spot on about everything. I wasn't expecting to see a 3-tone paint job either. Maybe the bidders didn't know much about the small details of the car... Huh
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#9
There were 2 grabber greens in 71 a Z code grabber green poly (mettallic) and an I code grabber green lime, that car looks like the z code to me and as far as the gold stripes (why not) everybody goes with black or argent its good to see some different stripe colors like mine. As far as the $37,400 price tag u should be happy to see that are 71-73 cars are getting more popular and worth more, original or not.

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#10
I agree with Ron. It may be overpriced and they may not be perfect, but I for one am glad they are moving. Not looking at selling mine but it's still good to see.

Steve



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