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Excuse me Sir!
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Excuse me sir, but i was wondering if the young lady comes with the car at all?TongueTongue




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#2
Car looks like someone was trying to do a quick flip. And get that girl off the hood, she'll scratch the paint!
I see a lot of things wrong on that car, too numerous to list.
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#3
Greg, you should become a VIP. That picture has a home in the VIP section.

RacerX;103685 Wrote:And get that girl off the hood, she'll scratch the paint!

There is nary a bit of her that will scratch the paint!

Steve



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[quote=Austin Vert;103658]
Excuse me sir, but i was wondering if the young lady comes with the car at all?TongueTongue


What car? I would tell her to get her butt off of my hood .....nicely, then I would sugest an alternative place for her to sit. Tongue
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#5
It seems to need door hinges and some panel alignment. It looks like it is a nice driveable car. But what's the fun in that?!?!?!

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"I love my Hookers!" and "Get some Strange" probably have a different connotation to non automotive enthusiasts!
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#6
I'd take it over mine any day. Gaps and cheap floor mats and all.
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#7
Several things aren't concours, but really, so what? Although I personally wouldn't pay $12k for it, the car is still nice looking and would be a good driver.

Steve



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#8
I have seen several 71-73 mustangs that have front spoilers installed that are nearly parallel to the ground - just like this one. Why would anyone think that looks right?

Steve
73 Mach 1 Blue Glow/Argent Q Code C6 Auto
73 Mach 1 Blue Glow/Argent Q Code 4 Speed
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#9
Agreed about the front spoiler, but it's fixable. Some people do like them installed that way, there are a few members here with that setup. The gas cap is incorrect for '73 as well, but if the owner likes it, then cool I say.

Steve



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#10
my front spoiler came the same way. Removed it and remounted it in about 20 minutes and other than touching up a few screw holes that really aren't visible, for fust protection it isn't a big deal . . . unless you intend to show it, but then it probably wouldn't have a front spoiler in that case!

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"I love my Hookers!" and "Get some Strange" probably have a different connotation to non automotive enthusiasts!
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