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Hey, how is everyone? I was wandering if anyone knows any Mustang Salvage yards, that deal with 67-68 Fastbacks directly, or any yards for Late 1960's to early 70's Mustangs.


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I found a couple of salvage yards by using "google" and using key words, like salvage, mustang etc. If there is a club around your area, try asking some members if they know of any. Hope this helps
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In Washington State, Wild West Classic Mustang Ranch has a couple of hundrend 60' and 70's. 425-481-6780 will reach them (Tuesday-Saturday.)
 
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Yes, Jason is in florida, but doesn't answer email's. What's wrong with this picture !!!!
 
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I drove all the way to Florida from Michigan to pick up a 70 R-code from J. Mountz. The car was extremely rough for supposedly being in storage since 74. The VIN tag was put in place with some type of black RTV not rivoted. I left the car and came back empty handed eating the cost of the trip.
 

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yea , what you did was buy the car on with a buy it now ending the auction early . and then waste my sunday off and my listing .
the car had over 30 pictures and an acurate description
it also had all the original vin apron stampings ,windshield vin and the buck tag , none of which were glued on .
also a FL title

the guy that bought it next time I listed it was more than happy and it bid up higher .

Jason Mountz
 
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Did you find out why the vin-tag was removed from the stock location ??? These are put on with special rivits from Ford !!!
 
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There is a old mustang salvage-yard in Ellensburg, Wash. Should be good clean rust-free parts. I have the guys name and no. here somewhere !!!!!
 
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