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[For Sale] Parting Out '72 Mach 1 in Olympia, WA
#1
Like the title states.....I have no time to finish this project. I bought a ton of new parts and they're just sitting in my garage collecting dust. Some of the new sheet metal I have: both front fenders, inner fender by battery tray, both lower rear quarter panels, tail light panel, trunk lid, plus a few others that I'm probably forgetting. I have a complete suspension kit (1.5" drop I think), factory AC, all glass is good except windshield, etc, etc. I'd prefer NOT to try and ship this stuff. The car and parts are located in Olympia, WA. I will be listing it all on Craigslist so the list of available parts will change as items sell. Please call me at my shop if local and interested. Thanks!

Steve
Soundstage Car Audio
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#2
Since Steve lives in the same town I called him and we're meeting tomorrow to take some pics of what he has available and possible prices, I'll post them for you guys.

Jim

Jim

M code 71 Mach 1, 351 4V Cleveland, Ram Air (not factory), C6 Trans, 3.5 rear
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#3
I met with Steve this morning, nice guy and impressive car stereo shop that he started about a year ago. Steve is juggling a lot of projects and a new business so he's pushing his ambition of restoring his 72 Mustang off of his plate. Looks like got a good start of stripping the car down, buying parts but it's in the way and some of the new parts are starting to rust so he wants to sell it all. His preference is local pick up so he doesn't have to ship any thing. I told Steve I would post the pics I took and when he gets a chance he'll post prices he would like to receive for them after he does a little research. I'm sure he's open to offers if you see something you need. Of note there's was a sticker on one of the front fenders indicating it's NOS, they appears to be in great shape. The rear qtr patches are in good shape but have surface rust. Steve has a few other items but we both had to get back to work and it would requiring digging through the stuff stacked in the car. The rear window has the heating element in it and looked to be great shape. He also has a new truck lid still in the box.

Here's what I saw.

Additional photos of parts Steve has.


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Jim

M code 71 Mach 1, 351 4V Cleveland, Ram Air (not factory), C6 Trans, 3.5 rear
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#4
Great to meet you Jim and thanks for the help. As you stated, I'm willing to be very reasonable on pricing for locals as the parts are doing me no good sitting in a garage. I understand that I'll be taking a loss on what I paid for everything but that's to be expected.

So, I looked up the prices on the new parts that I have not including what I paid for shipping. Here is a partial list of what I have, what I paid, and what I'd like to get for it. I bought almost everything from Mustangs Unlimited. Here goes:

Tail light panel, New paid $120, $80 obo
D.S. Inner Fender Apron, New paid $40, $25 obo
L.F. Fender, New paid $300, $200 obo
R.F. Fender, New paid $300, $200 obo
Left Lower Qtr Panel Patch paid $40, $20
Right Lower Qtr Panel Patch paid $40, $20
Rear Valance, New paid $60, $40 obo
Handling kit, complete "add-a-leaf" kit, new paid $650, $425 obo
OEM rear window molding, still on car $100
Ford 9" rear end, not sure of gear ratio, can check tag, still on car $200 obo
T-5 transmission for 5.0 Fox body $300 obo

All side glass is good. Make offer
Back window w/ defrost. Make offer

Lots of other parts. dash parts, doors, misc sheetmetal, wiring harness, gauges, ect. Willing to accept offers on any of that. If anyone is interested in the car itself I'd be fine with that. I have a good title and it's actually pretty solid considering.

Thanks in advance for helping me recoup some of the money I've spent on this project!
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#5
I was surprised that the car was as solid as it was, sitting out exposed to the rain without windshield or trunk. If someone local needs doors, both of them open and closed very solidly and except for a dent on the drivers door and slight rust on the inside bottom they appeared solid and the glass good. The drip rails were also in good shape. For someone in the area restoring a 71-72 that needs a lot of parts, this is a treasure trove, wish it had been available when I started on mine.

Jim

Jim

M code 71 Mach 1, 351 4V Cleveland, Ram Air (not factory), C6 Trans, 3.5 rear
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#6
Hey Steve... what is the gear ratio of your rearend? Is it new or newly rebuilt? I'm in SC so I'm sure the shipping charges would substantial. Please let me know... thanks.

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73StangCoupe;158089 Wrote:Hey Steve... what is the gear ratio of your rearend? Is it new or newly rebuilt? I'm in SC so I'm sure the shipping charges would substantial. Please let me know... thanks.

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I'm really not wanting to try and ship an axle across the country. The cost of shipping would kill the price of it. You'd be able to find one close to you for a lot less. Thanks for trying to help out.
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(12-18-2013, 08:03 PM)customtronic Wrote:
73StangCoupe;158089 Wrote:Hey Steve... what is the gear ratio of your rearend? Is it new or newly rebuilt? I'm in SC so I'm sure the shipping charges would substantial. Please let me know... thanks.

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I'm really not wanting to try and ship an axle across the country. The cost of shipping would kill the price of it. You'd be able to find one close to you for a lot less. Thanks for trying to help out.

No problem at all... I understand.

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#9
If there is some way that I could acquire the full RH quarter off of the unibody - let me know. I'm in Miami, Florida, so transportation is an issue, but - as I said - if there's a possibility...

Let me point out right now: Freighting costs don't necessarily scare me on this, and I can't find anyone within the state with one. Or a unibody to tear apart (did find one just 20 miles away a long time ago, but it came with two other clapped out '73s that I didn't want).

Steve or Jim/Jutta - PM me if there is a chance. Would also take the rear taillight panel and RH fender if the RH quarter is available.

It's nice and warm down here, just in case I can sucker anyone to come down here to Florida... Tongue

-Kurt

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#10
Wow...honestly I wouldn't even know where to start with something like that. Cutting it out isn't an issue. Boxing it all up and getting it to you in good condition is my concern. The other thing is the body is pretty solid. If I cut it up like that I have zero chance of ever selling the body even though it has a good title and has solid potential of getting on the road again if someone wants to put the time in.
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