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The Abandoned 71-73 Mustang thread
#31
rpmcarter;181987 Wrote:
Boss1Ray;156842 Wrote:Very nice Ranchero!
I owned 2 factory 429 Torino Cobras, one SCJ and one CJ and then one N-code Ranchero. They were all fun cars.
Many years ago, I changed job locations and could not afford to store them, so I had to sell them all.
That was a sad day in paradise - no doubt. To add insult to injury- now I cannot locate my old pics!

Ray

Hey Ray!!
It just happens that yesterday on my latest wasted attempt to find "original parts" to have an ORIGINAL interior in my Mach I...... I stumbled upon a 71 Torino GT CJ car. The guy says its not for sale..... BUT IT NEEDS TO BE...lol. But it was cool just to FIND IT!!! It was stuck in an old shop with 19 other cool cars. Just sitting. Unfortunately that close to the bay...it won't last long.

worthless



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#32
Ha ha Ole Pony .... I use an iphone 4 not the 5. Getting pics is questionable 90 % of the time.


67 Diamond Blue Vert

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#34
1mach1, where is this at?
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#35
Its in a junkyard just south of Culpepper VA on rt 29. Leon's Auto Salvage. He must have a dozen of them.....coupes, verts, and fastbacks. Even has 5 or 6 71-73 cougars.
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#36
That might be worth the drive. I'm just a bit south of Fredericksburg va


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(07-23-2014, 10:19 AM)matrixx Wrote: That might be worth the drive. I'm just a bit south of Fredericksburg va


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Totally worth the drive. I go there from Arlington. Plenty if parts left on them.
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1mach1;189227 Wrote:
(07-23-2014, 10:19 AM)matrixx Wrote: That might be worth the drive. I'm just a bit south of Fredericksburg va


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Totally worth the drive. I go there from Arlington. Plenty if parts left on them.
Yeah! I'm looking for a straight rear bumper. Mine must have been in a slight bender at one time. I'm going to paint match it anyway so the chrome i'm not worried about as long as its straight. Is the guy pretty decent to work with?
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#39
He is. You pull your own parts. He has two straight bumpers. One has bumper guards.
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1mach1;189229 Wrote:He is. You pull your own parts. He has two straight bumpers. One has bumper guards.

just looked at his website. Say no access to yard after 10am? i grabbed his number and did a mapquest. If i take RT3 its 1hr 15mins from my house so thats definitley doable. now i just need a day off!

Thanks for posting!
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