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Its for real, but not a factory conversion.

At 77k, I say good luck.

I would be interested in a Durango.
 

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They're for real alright. There were like 10 to 15 total of them built I think... They were all built in California in the Late 70's and early 1980's from J. Brunk (Who was a partner with Shelby) at his Beverly Hills Mustang shop. He's also the guy that helped Shelby built the (12) 1966 Shelby GT-350 Convertible "Continuation" Cars from 1980 to 1983 (Hot Rod, December 1980 Issue) in another project.

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Ad now says SOLD
 

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they are as real as the mustang station wagons that were built in new york. they were not factory built, or even factory authorized though, they were all aftermarket conversions.
 

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All those pictures, even a video and we barely get a peak of the bed. I think that demonstrates how bad of an idea this was.
 
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