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R code HO motor
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SO is this a good price?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/201436711953?_tr...EBIDX%3AIT

Then I read this quote:
"This engine was removed as a complete unit from a low mile '72 R-code Mach 1 that was pretty much unmolested."
The fact that the numbers matching engine is now gone out of the R code mustang would mean it is now very molested?
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Way over priced in my opinion. It is an unknown condition core. Chuck
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c9zx,

I am with on this. Maybe $1500. Just image what it would cost to refresh the 351 H.O. motor. It is a beautiful engine to see!!

mustang7173
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#4
I agree way over priced, rare or not.
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#5
Is this the one that was on here for sale for $10k that he pulled to put in a Coyote engine?
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