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if any of ya'll are into old mustangs I know where there are two for sale. One is a '69 coupe, i might be wrong but I am pretty sure, the other is a '65 coupe. The '69 looks like it need quite a bit of TLC. But the '65 needs a new floor pan and interior, and the motor to be cleaned up, thats all I really saw. The '65 they are asking $3,000. The '69 I am not sure how much they want. I have a '66 if someone wants it and the price is right.
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No need for two threads. I can't afford any of them, but would love to see pictures.
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Fastbacks are more my style
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I can't figure out how to put them on here. lol.
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I got it now. lol.
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Manual tranny, nice. I once had a 67 Fastback with the manual 3sp.
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yep a good ole 3spd. this one is mine, it's a workin progress. it'll be awhile till I get it all done.
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Here's my baby...


all original 64 1/2 mustang (the Cragars are the only mod)
289 v8
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48000 original miles
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we even have the factory window sticker....



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nice man soon..... well maybe not soon, but mine will look that good one day.
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Stig88, nice looking car. You should post a couple more pics. Countryboy, yours doesn't look to bad either. A little bit of work/paint and it could be a great classic. I myself have a 65' GT fastback in progress. I've been working on it for awhile, but only recently really got going on it after getting into my career. Its bare sheet metal at the moment getting everything straight, then getting chemical dipped and e-coated.







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Here is our little quick project. Took the rusted up 289 apart, honed and re-ringed it. Runs awesome, C-4 and the electrical seems well. Needs about everything brake wise though. Probably have to dump it soon since I got a job cross country. I've had a 1969 302 Coupe, and a 1987 5.0 Mustang in the past.



gotta sell the 'Stang so I can get a couple bucks to transport the 'Cuda where I'm headed.
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