Nope! well maybe I should clarify...... Just how many $1000 of dollars do you wanna put into it? I see about 10,000 just to make it a "decent" daily driver.... Every thing I've done on mine ends up costing close to double what I think it will....all those little suprises keep popping up..... I think theres better deals out there even if you spend a little more up front... but that's my opinon....
That's kind of a fuzzy engine photo but I see a GM air cleaner and can't seem to find a distributor. Oh look, the coil wire is running to the back of the engine. What this means is that either the engine shot is from another car for sale and was put here by mistake (that's what it looks like; look at the firewall) or this Mustang has a GM engine in it. The latter is bad news!
I might pay $100 provided they throw in the boat...
http://my67heven.tripod.com/emsm.gifI was looking for a restoration of fantasy. I do not want my car to be as it was in 1967. I want it to be as I imagined it in 1967. -John Baird Got Rust? 1967 A-Code Coupe
I didn't see any salvageable parts worth $2K and the poor quality pictures provide sufficient information to make a decision. Run, don't walk, away from this basket case and save your hard earned dollars!
"What we have here is--failure to communicate."
'67 GTA (clone) coupe soon to be 5.0L w/Edelbrock 1406
I've been searching for a 65/66 convertible project for ages. If that one were relatively rust free and a little more complete, body and structure wise, I would probably give $2000 for it! Even with a toasted engine, shredded interior etc. However, the pics and description indicate lots of rust, so I'd stay away.
64 1/2 shouldn't have firewall to inner fenders support rods. They also shouldn't have the rocker chrome trim. That engine picture is not even the same car. Probably doesn't have an engine. Run away, fast.
Coppertone's current condition:
That person has got to be crazy! I think someone would be better off getting a cardboard box, sticking a steering wheel in the side, put the box on top of a wagon, and have somebody push them around. Stay away from that guy, he's trying to get way too much money for it, especially since he can't even show the correct engine. Just my opinion.