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A code car. Running and driving.

Post up what $$ you think was paid for this car. I know the amount, and let me just say it's worth making a thread about it.

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A buck thirty seven fifty?
 
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Saw it on Facebook. It seemed like a no-brainer price, for sure, given fastbacks today.
 
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Man, some of you guys are some world class low ballers, lol.

I was shocked to find out that this went for $3,500. That’s a lot of damage, but $3,500? There’s more than twice that in parts alone, never mind the fact that pretty much any fastback is worth saving. (for most people anyway)

Saw it on Facebook. It seemed like a no-brainer price, for sure, given fastbacks today.
Really? Not sure how I missed that one. I check Facebook for 65-66’s every day. Must’ve been just out of my radius.
 

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Man, some of you guys are some world class low ballers, lol.

I was shocked to find out that this went for $3,500. That’s a lot of damage, but $3,500? There’s more than twice that in parts alone, never mind the fact that pretty much any fastback is worth saving. (for most people anyway)



Really? Not sure how I missed that one. I check Facebook for 65-66’s every day. Must’ve been just out of my radius.
I should have been more specific - the guy posted it on the VMF Facebook group asking if it was a good deal at $3,500. You can imagine the response he got.
 

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We will see if the project dies on the vine and is worth it or becomes a $3500 paper weight. I can only tell from the body pics that I wouldnt want to mess with that but that is why there is something for everyone out there...best of luck.
 

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Wow!!! When I was in high school, the swinging 70's, you could find a decent FB for $1,500. "If I had a time machine...."
 

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That car looks like it did a belly flop onto a boulder.
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I paid $3200 for mine... here's what it looked like the day I DROVE it home...
 

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We will see if the project dies on the vine and is worth it or becomes a $3500 paper weight. I can only tell from the body pics that I wouldnt want to mess with that but that is why there is something for everyone out there...best of luck.
The guy who bought it is a buddy from the local Mustang forum. He’s on the downhill side of a VERY extensive 67 coupe build that involved replacing almost everything but the roof, so I have faith that it will be brought back to life.
 

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This dude got it:



My buddy's dad sold a 289 Cobra in 1965 for $3,500 and was happy to make $500 on the deal...and it wasn't wrecked. I think they paid the same for a '66 GT350 in 1979, which they still have. As Bob Dylan said "Times, they are a changin'..."
 

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The guy who bought it is a buddy from the local Mustang forum. He’s on the downhill side of a VERY extensive 67 coupe build that involved replacing almost everything but the roof, so I have faith that it will be brought back to life.
I have mad respect for people who bring back cars literally from the dead and when I see members doing that here, I am reminded that the 20k I spent for mine a year ago was a steal relatively speaking.

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