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    #1
    hey! this post is actually for my dad..he's looking to buy an old mustang, yung from '65-'67 na model. he wants a really old one to restore, baka meron kayo nakaparada lang sa mga garahe nyo dyan. basta medyo good condition naman yung engine ok na yun. he doesn't want one that's restored na, he wants one to restore. i thought you guys might be able to help. you might know someone, or might be one...please contact us soon!

    thanks you guys!


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    wala lang...

    matagal ko na rin gusto magkaroon niyan. pa sakay ako pag na restore na!!!


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    wow restore ng mustang, magkano kaya ang benta ng hindi pa restored? Dream ko rin magrestore nyan eh.

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    hindi na pala '65-'67...'66-'68 pala..heheh, frankly i don't know what the difference would be but...how do you change the title of the thread?

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    Pricevaries depending on condition. The most expensive regardless of condition are the limited/special production mustangs.

    From a collectibility standpoint, I recommend you look for a fastback or a convertible with a V8 engine (289c.i., 302c.i., 351c.i., 390c.i.)
    Last edited by woodfire; November 2nd, 2005 at 04:30 PM.

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    The Classic Generation:
    1st release - 1964 1/2 to 1966
    2nd redesign - 1967-1968
    3rd redesign - 1969-70
    4th & 5th redesign - 1971-1973

    Beyond 1973, its just crap!

    Buy a V8 (whether small or big block), take note of the following:
    The most collectible (concourse quality) as stock: 1964 1/2 to 1966
    Selective collectibility - 1967 to 1968 (fastback and convertible)

    Limited & special production mustangs (all are V8's):
    1966 Shelby GT350 and Shelby GT350R (the purest iteration Shelby cars)
    1967 California Special coupe
    1968 390 big block GT (the one used in the movie Bullitt)
    1968 Shelby GT500 and GT350
    1969 Boss 429 (big block)
    1969 Mach 1
    1970 Boss 302 and new version of Boss 429

    Happy hunting!
    Last edited by woodfire; November 2nd, 2005 at 04:53 PM.

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    thanks woodfire! any tips on the best places to look?

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    there is a 1968 fastback being sold at Sta. Maria Bulacan - unrestored. It has an automatic tranny and a 351 windsor V8 engine.

    Call mang radie at 0916-7044665

    A '68 fastback looks like this:
    Last edited by woodfire; November 2nd, 2005 at 05:43 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prysm_1
    wala lang...

    matagal ko na rin gusto magkaroon niyan. pa sakay ako pag na restore na!!!


    oo ba! basta makahanap lang ng marerestore muna na nasa budget! hehehe..

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodfire
    there is a 1968 fastback being sold at Sta. Maria Bulacan - unrestored. It has an automatic tranny and a 351 windsor V8 engine.

    Call mang radie at 0916-7044665

    A '68 fastback looks like this:
    wow! thanks for the pic and the info! will definitely give this a look-see... if you have more contacts please keep them coming! thanks much!

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