1968 Ford Mustang project car

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  1. Landlord Landry

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    I'm selling my 1968 Ford Mustang. I'm moving and can't take it with me. I'm asking $900. I have everything that goes to the car(all original) bagged/boxed and tagged except for the driveline. I sold that separately. Including the motor.

    the car has very minor superficial rust and a dent on the rear inner wheel hub. but the rest is solid. no wrecks. cowl is good. floor pans need replaced and typical fender skirt work. drip rails need work. that's about it.

    willing to trade for anything interesting, but nothing too big as I don't have room. looking for a marshall/fender amp or semi-hollow body guitar.

    email me for more pics/info if interested. I'll answer any and all questions.

    car has a clear title.

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  2. DaDakota

    DaDakota Contributing Member

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    Dang, that car deserves to be restored....

    DD
     
  3. BrooksBall

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    Where you moving to, LL?
     
  4. Landlord Landry

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    my buddy might be interested in it,i'll tell him..
     
  6. Kam

    Kam Contributing Member

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    how much for the jack stands.
     
  7. Landlord Landry

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    jackstands are free with purchase of car.
     
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    clutch citizen Contributing Member

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    at least you didn't say it was in "near mint condition"

    Seriously though, that would be a great project for the "Tim the tool man Taylors" of the board
     
  9. ElPigto

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    I agree. I wish I could buy it, but I haven't even graduated from college yet :(. That would be a great project.
     
  10. Bandwagoner

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    I would buy it if it was not taken apart.
     
  11. cdeezballz

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    Great car. But I think I would need some hair gel when I'm styling in it. Luckily there was some in another thread...

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    What is the condition of the motor?
     
  13. Landlord Landry

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    car(and jackstands) have been sold.
     

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