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


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.

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.

When a man is in the woods and talks and no women are there is he still wrong??
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


No Officer...I really don't know how fast I was going, my speedometer stopped at 140!
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)


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

- Mike
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