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Hello,,,Jeff here,,i am trying to find computer guru to help get pics online of my car i have posted on here.I will describe further:This car needs VERY MINIMAL bodywork,,only rust spot is in the drivers door corner.Door shell is perfect.Car is in red-oxide primer now,,(has been for past 6 years)Stored in nice garage,,No structural work needed at all.I figure that the car in this condition,,,nearly ready to paint,,with a new big-block that goes with it,,,,should be worth around 15K.I'm bieng honest here,,,this car is not a typical 69 from the rust-belt area.Body lines are tight,,,rear decklid fits the quarter caps perfect.I have way too many cars to build for other people and too many of my own.I would like to move at least two of them.I have recieved a ton of interest in just 24 hours on this car,,i f someone wants a solid 69,,,,give me a call.Price will be firm.(502)338-1218-mobile,,,(502)722-9900 at my shop. Located 5 minutes off I-64 15 miles east of Louisville Ky.
 

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If you go to the FAQ at the top it will tel you how to post a pic



In order to add an image to your message or your signature, you must have the image already available on a web server. This can be an image on your own personal web page, for example. To place an image within a message, simply use the following Markup Tag:

http://www.url_to_image.com/image_name.gif

For example, if you have an image called cateye.gif and its available from your own website at http://www.mywebsite.com/pics, then you would use the following image markup:

http://www.mywebsite.com/pics/cateye.gif

You can do the same for your signature. Click the My Home option found on any page. Then, under the Main Configuration heading, click on "Personal Information, email, password...". Look for the Signature box, and enter your desired information, including any images/markup as above.

Note: To keep the forums loading quickly for everyone, it is recommended that you do not exceed 35k for your image size. ::
 

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I have personally seen this Mach and it's as nice or better than described. The car only needs 2 hours of body work and it's ready to paint. The interior only needs seat covers. Jeff builds extremely nice, tight and straight cars. If your looking for a Mach to put your finishing touches on this is a car you should be looking at. Good luck with the sale Jeff and I hope to see your GT done soon.
 
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