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Hey:
I am relatively new to the forum. Currently own a 1965 Coupe and am looking to purchase a 1965 convertible.

Anyone out there from the Northwest? I would be interested in chatting about mustangs and locating a conv. in the area to purchase.

(I am in Spokane)

If you are near by, send me a quick e-mail or reply to this post.

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I'm in Wenatchee....... Have a 68 convert..... always will ta talk cars....

Ken
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I'm down in Portland. I haven't checked lately, but there have
been a couple of verts showing in the Nickal Ads the past
couple of weeks.

65 FB "J" 302 lots of mods. 94 GT K&N only.
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There's a few of us over here on the rainy side of the mountains (I live in Snohomish, just east of Everett). If you're ever in need of parts and in this part of the state, let me know. I can line you up with my Stang-stuff supplier who is EXCELLENT!

I, too, am searching for a 65/66 convertible. I'm looking for a relatively rust free shell as my next resto project. Having a lot of trouble with that "rust free" part! Are you looking for a resto project, or something complete and ready to drive? Let me know exactly what you're after, and I'd be happy to include your criteria in my search. Also, if you hear of something your interested in on this side of the hills, maybe I can check it out for you.

DanM
66 Coupe, check her out at http://www.66CoupeNW.stangnet.com

"Imagination is more important than knowledge. It is a miracle that curiosity survives formal education" - Albert Einstein
 

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I too live in Portland, OR. I drive a 68 coupe, and see verts for sale periodically down here. My only real contact with Mustang people is here and a few contacts for parts around Portland.

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I'm in Bend OR and run across stuff on occasion. I'll keep my eyes open for you. What kind of condition are you looking for. thrashed but savable, a driver, already restored, modified etc.? 6cyl, V8, GT?

Hal
Love hard, drive fast, wear your seat belt.

PS, that's my 'bird...... My Mustang is too ugly to take pictures of yet........*G*.

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I live near Lake Stevens WA. No convertible leads from my pool of friends. Good luck in your search.
 

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I'm in North Snohomish, my next door neighbors are Lake Stevens address.

DanM
66 Coupe, check her out at http://www.66CoupeNW.stangnet.com

"Imagination is more important than knowledge. It is a miracle that curiosity survives formal education" - Albert Einstein
 

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I know how she feels about that gorgeous red convertible! I believe I helped her hobble it back from the show in Vancouver, WA last summer (where she took 1st!) when her water pump sprung a leak!

DanM
66 Coupe, check her out at http://www.66CoupeNW.stangnet.com

"Imagination is more important than knowledge. It is a miracle that curiosity survives formal education" - Albert Einstein
 
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I live in Portland and I'm not quite sure what a convertible looks like.
jimbo

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I live in the lovely Yakima Valley (Washington) just outside the small town of Granger. I'll keep my eyes open for a convertible for ya.
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I'm in Renton (ya know.. where Boeing used to be). It may be worth it to check with Memory Lane Motors (206) 575-1258. Mark, the owner deals mostly in consignments and no junk. I've seen several restored converts there selling at realistic prices. You gotta see the siver jade 69 Shelby that's there now.....
 
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