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I just got a chance to get a 66 Fastback for $2700. it has new reproduction qtrs, fenders and decent paint. Interior is all there and floors have been replaced. The bad part is it has no engine or tranny and it is setup for a 6 cyl. I could strip my 65 coupe and be able to rebuild it to a V-8. The coupe needs doors, floors, paint and some interior work so it would probably cost close to the $2700 to finish. My question is, "Is this a no-brainer or is the $2700 too steep"?
 
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No brainer.. Can I buy it??? Unless there's significant rust (with the resultant replacement of structural members), this is be a steal!

E-mail me if you plan to pass on it and I might buy it.

Thanks,

Mike
'66 Springtime Yellow Coupe
289, slightly warmed over
driven daily
 

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I'd strip the coupe also. Remember, you will still be able to sell a bunch of parts from the coupe to off-set at least part of the $2700.

Hal

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

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Get it., if you don't tell me where it is.

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I say buy it. It will be worth in in the long run.

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San Antonio, Tx
66 coupe 289
70 fastback done by may/graduation...hopefully
 
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