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For those of you unfamiliar with this daily Jalopnik feature - you get to decide if this is a good price for the car. 1973 is outside of my wheelhouse as far as knowing originality, options and such things, so, what say you VMFers?

At $18,999, Is This 1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1 A Mack Daddy?

There is a link to the Craigslist ad at the bottom of the article, but it seems to be wonky...

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That car is a disaster.
 

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I will never understand what Ford was thinking on '71+ 'Stangs. (T-Birds was well for that matter). Ya, I know they called it NASA styling but NASA never made anything bigger or bulkier than it needed to be!
 

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I will never understand what Ford was thinking on '71+ 'Stangs. (T-Birds was well for that matter). Ya, I know they called it NASA styling but NASA never made anything bigger or bulkier than it needed to be!
They were thinking the same thing every other auto company was in the late 60's - larger, longer, more powerful. That's what sold cars until the gas crisis.
 
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