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These are just two of the 20 or so cars I found today. A half a dozen coupes of all years, a green 70 fastback, some mopars, etc. But these I thought were interesting to Mustang folks.

The torquoise coupe is an original car meaning original paint, interior, engine etc. It was built in 9/64 and has a 64 style hood but it is a 289 auto A/C car. Check out those rust free quarter panels!! The real interesting thing about it is it was bought by the second owner (who still owns it) at the airport where he works from the Hertz rental company that rents cars here at the Knoxville airport. He bought it with 12K miles on it when it was a year old. They were selling two fastbacks and the coupe at the time. The fastbacks were always getting rented and had 30K miles on each and made them out of warranty so he bought the coupe. I bet he wishes he bought the fastbacks now!

The other pic is just a neat old Fairlane sprouting flowers. A 289 auto car with a decent black interior. It looks like it was nice when it was parked there 12 years ago.

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I've seen people in the south make "planters" out of just about everything, but that's the first time I've seen a car used! :)
 
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