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How NOT to sell a Boss 351
#1
At an $85k asking, you could maybe take the car somewhere and take some decent pictures. 

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1971-Ford-Musta...96&vxp=mtr


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#2
Yes, those photos suck. Some fool changed the steering wheel and the shift knob (I have a Hurst shifter handle he can buy). Tasca is still in business here in RI where I live. I bought a car from them last year. I also by parts from them. They are in Cranston RI.

Ron
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#3
I will take it, lol. Do not know why they change stuff like the wheel and shifter. Might need a closer look at engine transmission also.
I have removable hard top that was sold at Tasca Ford. They were know for selling performance cars and equipment. The hardtop is called a Towne Top pretty rare accessory for 1964 1/2 - 1967 mustang vert.
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David
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#4
David, take your meds! Or one of us could Foster Child one of your fleet so you could then have room for a new Family member! Any one of us would be willing to Take One For The Team and provide a good loving home.
Guess they figured the deal needed to be enhanced with a custom steering wheel and shifter knob.  Agree, that if you are going to ask a premium price for a Boss, some under carriage and engine compartment pictures would be way nicer than than the same 2 or 3 views of the body.
Alright David, your move is next! Big Grin

Steve

No Officer...I really don't know how fast I was going, my speedometer stopped at 140!
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#5
That's definitely not an $85K car.  With all the changes, obvious repairs/replacements (the front bumper isn't 'on/adjusted' correctly, for instance), and the seller's own words, "is one of the nicest A beautiful two-stage Red finish," says this car has been restored... but to what level is the big question.  Last I heard, no '71-'73 came from the factory with two-stage paint finishes. (If he's referring to the black on red, well than that's just a weird way to say it)

Eric

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#6
There is no way that car is worth 85k. Not even close!

- Mike
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