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http://norfolk.craigslist.org/cto/3437234093.html

155k miles maybe one to many zeros on the price! $17,000 for a plain jane 73 coupe?
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#2
well...I would have to see more picture....i do think thats a high price..But everything original..and never been replaced...I would say its worth a bit more than 1700 just from the picture hehe Wink...It sure looks clean to me...but got to see more pictures to make any kinda price on it...Hear it run...and check if that interior and paint is all original...It could be worth in the 8,000 range..But with high miles..original motor...Those coupes are moving up a bit...I see people tring to get 8,000 on ebay right now for 6 cil version..lol..and one green one with a bubbly soft top getting 4,000 with real bids on it....and it doesnt look quite and clean as the one you posted.
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#3
If its an all numbers match car w/ 0 rust, all original sheet metal. the paint is mint all original and the interior is original excellent cond then it may be worth the money.
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#4
Hard to buy that is mint original paint with 155K
Also a good drivers seat with a 155 K on it ???
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#5
Maybe the extra zero is in the mileage? LOL!

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1971 Mach 1 - 306cid/C4 Bright Yellow
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#6
If I owned it, I might float that asking price to see if there are any takers.

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73 Convertible - 351C/4V CC heads/4bolt/forged flat tops/comp 270/rhodes/mallory unilite/tri-power/hookers/glasspacks/c6/3.50 limited slip/Gear Vendors/Global West sub frames, strut rods and shelby style traction bars/ Rear sway bar/tilt steering (not original)

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#7
My brother bought one identical to that car from my sis back in the late 70's. It got rear ended by a hit and run driver soon after he got it. That car looks clean but would not give more than 8k max for it.

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72MustangSprint;99872 Wrote:My brother bought one identical to that car from my sis back in the late 70's. It got rear ended by a hit and run driver soon after he got it. That car looks clean but would not give more than 8k max for it.

Clean, plain, vanilla coupes sell in the 6- to 8k range on the left coast and by this I mean selling - not asking price, just due to a crappy economy Sad
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rocketfoot;99825 Wrote:Maybe the extra zero is in the mileage? LOL!

Even with 15500 miles that price would be insane. I found a 72 H Code Torino fastback Original owner garage kept they will sell it for no less than $30k. It has 32K original miles. People watch BJ and Mecum and think they have gold.
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mweeps;99931 Wrote:
rocketfoot;99825 Wrote:Maybe the extra zero is in the mileage? LOL!

Even with 15500 miles that price would be insane. I found a 72 H Code Torino fastback Original owner garage kept they will sell it for no less than $30k. It has 32K original miles. People watch BJ and Mecum and think they have gold.

They will probably wait till hell freezes over then. They have not sold too many cars to ask that of a vanilla torinoHuh Time and lack of offers will dictate a price adjustment just like the real estate market!
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