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SOLD! 1972 Ford Mustang Fastback Sportsroof ~ YouTube Video! ** LOCKED **
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Copy and paste for YouTube video - https://youtu.be/8XZqwiMUXe4  
Located in Hobart, Indiana - Just SE of Chicago. 
Beautiful 1972 Fastback / Sports Roof Mustang with original and rare Olive Green interior / Ivy Bronze Metallic w/Clear Coat exterior color.
Front seats were just newly recovered and re-foamed 2 weeks ago
This car is ready to roll and show
Car has power Disc Brakes all around! No drum brakes on this car!
Sump oil pan. Ceramic Headers.
All the following was just done to this Mustang within the last 2 weeks:
New Comp Camshaft Kit - # 32-221-3.
Head was machined (of course)
Premium lifters - hydraulic flat tappets
Valve springs - Timing chain
Gaskets for cam change - cam change kit
16 chrome moly valve spring retainers - chrome moly hardened
New blue cap electronic distributer (eliminating points), new plugs, new Ford racing plug wires.
New Holley 600 carburetor. New battery.
Engine is a 351 Cleveland with ram air hood, ported close chamber heads, ceramic headers.
FMX automatic transmission, 9" gear ratio 4:11.1 limited slip.
Upon completion of rebuild Mobil 1 synthetic 15-50 weight oil and Lucas synthetic treatment were added.
Car shows excellently with a couple hard to see dings. (see YouTube video)
Runs perfectly.
Was in 1 family from new in 1972 until April of this year, I'm only the second owner.
Have copy of original title and other original paperwork, bill of sale, owners manual, etc...

$25,000.00 OBO
Call / Text 219-228-0580
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Photos of underbody.
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Underbody Front wheel photos
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I have NEVER seen an oil pan like that!   What is that, a 20 gallon sump?
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(07-30-2019, 09:19 PM)kcmash Wrote: I have NEVER seen an oil pan like that!   What is that, a 20 gallon sump?
It looks similar to my Kevko racing pan. 7 gal.

73 Grandé H Code. Headman long tube headers, T-5 Transmission, 3.70 Traclok, Lowered 1" all around, Aussie 2v heads w/ 2.19 intake, 1.71 exhaust, screw in studs, full roller cam 608/612 lift 280/281 duration LSA 112, Quick Fuel 750 CFM double pumper, AirGap intake.

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(07-30-2019, 09:19 PM)kcmash Wrote: I have NEVER seen an oil pan like that!   What is that, a 20 gallon sump?
You guys do nothing but criticize this car, NO! It's merely a 7 qt. sump. This cars fine and your only wishing you could afford this car. I'm sick of all the mockery trying to list this car. Try to find another one!
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I did not think anyone was downing the car. We all have them and all have their faults. No such thing as a perfect car. We all wish they brought big money but they just do not. I had to quit looking for them or I would still be buying them. As far as finding another one there are several on here that are pretty nice cars that are original some concourse. To do an almost perfect car will cost right at $100,000 and will not be worth more than probably $35,000. Supply and demand. There is ample supply but little demand.
My 73 Mach 1 is not a show car but all original one owner that is me. It has 12,301 miles and has every option on it. I have never been offered more than $25,000 for it. It sits in museum in Concord, N.C..
I have personally seen cars sell on ebay way cheap and bought a couple very cheap. There have been cars that have never been washed, kept in climate control in plastic bag only sell for $30,000 recently.
Each car is different and will appeal to only a few people and even fewer have the money to purchase one. 
Rare or unusual does not make a car valuable. Demand makes a car valuable and nothing else.
Enjoy your car and if you sell it that is great also. 
I like green cars myself.


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(07-31-2019, 07:38 AM)72SportsRoof Wrote:
(07-30-2019, 09:19 PM)kcmash Wrote: I have NEVER seen an oil pan like that!   What is that, a 20 gallon sump?
You guys do nothing but criticize this car, NO! It's merely a 7 qt. sump. This cars fine and your only wishing you could afford this car. I'm sick of all the mockery trying to list this car. Try to find another one!

People in here have high respect for everyone... I certainly do ... there are modifications however that do get questioned... I get questioned on mine; but in general people arn't being disrespectful. Humorous perhaps; No one can ever doubt you car is exceptional. They all have been tweaked one way or another after 48 years of life. 

If my opportunity for a financial windfall came off...we'd be talking turkey. but alas. 

You have a very nice car that would work very well over here.  The colour is a delight. But right now I'm $15k too short and I've just imported a 1968 notchback (these forums don't cover).  
I'm certain it'll get snapped up.

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(07-31-2019, 09:00 AM)Carolina_Mountain_Mustangs Wrote: I did not think anyone was downing the car. We all have them and all have their faults. No such thing as a perfect car. We all wish they brought big money but they just do not. I had to quit looking for them or I would still be buying them. As far as finding another one there are several on here that are pretty nice cars that are original some concourse. To do an almost perfect car will cost right at $100,000 and will not be worth more than probably $35,000. Supply and demand. There is ample supply but little demand.
My 73 Mach 1 is not a show car but all original one owner that is me. It has 12,301 miles and has every option on it. I have never been offered more than $25,000 for it. It sits in museum in Concord, N.C..
I have personally seen cars sell on ebay way cheap and bought a couple very cheap. There have been cars that have never been washed, kept in climate control in plastic bag only sell for $30,000 recently.
Each car is different and will appeal to only a few people and even fewer have the money to purchase one. 
Rare or unusual does not make a car valuable. Demand makes a car valuable and nothing else.
Enjoy your car and if you sell it that is great also. 
I like green cars myself.
This car gets surrounded at every cruise/show I take it to. You simply do not see green 72's around and there are usually zero 71-73 Sportsroofs at the shows period. This car will sell for 25K I have zero doubts about that.  Try to find another.
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(07-31-2019, 10:29 AM)1sostatic Wrote:
(07-31-2019, 07:38 AM)72SportsRoof Wrote:
(07-30-2019, 09:19 PM)kcmash Wrote: I have NEVER seen an oil pan like that!   What is that, a 20 gallon sump?
You guys do nothing but criticize this car, NO! It's merely a 7 qt. sump. This cars fine and your only wishing you could afford this car. I'm sick of all the mockery trying to list this car. Try to find another one!

People in here have high respect for everyone... I certainly do ... there are modifications however that do get questioned... I get questioned on mine; but in general people arn't being disrespectful. Humorous perhaps; No one can ever doubt you car is exceptional. They all have been tweaked one way or another after 48 years of life. 

If my opportunity for a financial windfall came off...we'd be talking turkey. but alas. 

You have a very nice car that would work very well over here.  The colour is a delight. But right now I'm $15k too short and I've just imported a 1968 notchback (these forums don't cover).  
I'm certain it'll get snapped up.
Only place I get criticized for the mods is here! I've the car for sale on other sites and no one bitches like this forum does. Read the original listing I had on this car...my Lord, all their whining! Anyway, good luck with your 68.
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