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is this a good deal
#1
Thought you guy's might get a kick out of thisSmile
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1971-Ford...230e4161b2

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Qcode351mach;12565 Wrote:Thought you guy's might get a kick out of thisSmile
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1971-Ford...230e4161b2

That seems a bit over priced in my opinion.

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#3
Wow!

Get 'em while you can guys...if everyone starts asking high prices for their 71-73's like this, we may have the next Shelby's! LOL

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rocketfoot;12576 Wrote:Wow!

Get 'em while you can guys...if everyone starts asking high prices for their 71-73's like this, we may have the next Shelby's! LOL

Humm,
I think Sidney's been hitting the crack pipe a bit too much..Not even a deluxe interior..rust under the hood, Ouarter window seals cracked..Man oh man..everybody thinks they have gold !


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#5
That's gotta be a typo... the decimal point is in the wrong place. If that's correct WOW there are many cars here worth 50k plus.

I'm thinking this guy watches too much barret jackson.

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#6
The word "steal" comes to mind, but surly not on the buyer's side.
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72Mike;12614 Wrote:The word "steal" comes to mind, but surly not on the buyer's side.

Cool I'll post mine tonight.... and go buy another one.


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#8
Heck I hope he gets it, just raises the value of ours.
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#9
Maybe that's Pesos!



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#10
This one looks like they slapped a new carpet and reskinned the seats. I'd move on.

Here's a link for a 73 Mach that sold at B-J for a little under $7700.

http://www.barrett-jackson.com/applicati...d=49&pop=1

From what I've seen lately, a good one with a little work needed should run you 5-10k with one in pristine condition closer around 20-25k.

However, it only takes one buyer to set the price.. Again, I'd keep shopping.

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