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Good lookin Mach1 project available in SoCal
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http://losangeles.craigslist.org/sfv/cto...38361.html

Not too bad of a project...If anyone is interest in going to check it out, let me know and I'll come with.
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#2
Price appears a little strong for the condition (in my opinion) but this IS a very orignal looking car. Guess a serious buyer could always make an offer... Smile Notice white paint looking thin and original color showing -


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Car originally grabber green metallic. Here's a Boss in that color:


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They ordered 15 inch tires and wheels with no Magnum or optional wheel covers chosen so they got the 15x7 steel wheels with caps and trim rings. I'll be sure and capture some pics of this one.

Nice example of a well used but fairly stock Mustang. Thanks for posting.

After further review I noticed the car was sold at "Shelby Ford" in California!!!!!
Probably nothing but might be worth some investigation!


Ray

1971 Boss 351  
1972 Q code 4 speed convertible 
1971 Mustang Sportsroof  351-2V FMX 
1973 Mach 1 (parts car)
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#3
If that was advertised up here in the rust belt and it was largely rust-free and original, I think it would fetch 12k....
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mjlan;196591 Wrote:If that was advertised up here in the rust belt and it was largely rust-free and original, I think it would fetch 12k....

Heck that is priced for what I was going to lower my price to!!!


67 Diamond Blue Vert

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#5
Pretty nice car, if I had 12k, I would buy it.

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- Nik
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#6
Who said 71-73 don't hold value. Car has a lot of potential but $12K is a little high for what it would take to restore it.

Who said 71-73 don't hold value. Car has a lot of potential but $12K is a little high for what it would take to restore it. nice list of options.

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