Mustang And A Half

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  1. candphall

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    image.jpg image.jpg Found these when searching a junk yard near my home.
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    What year is the first pic?
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    horse sence Please don't call me Mom SN Certified Technician

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    Woah ... that's my kind of wrecking yard :eek:. You should go back and get that stainless of of that 69 vert., very hard to find.
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    i think it is a 70 fastback.
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    Yes it's a 70. Hard to tell but the half is a Mach.
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    horse sence Please don't call me Mom SN Certified Technician

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    No i zoomed in, it is a convert. you need to get the window stainless and all the trim. see how it has the wide stainless. I would be bringing that home.
    the 69 trim is not available.
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    I know what you mean. I would want it if I saw it in a yard. The last '70 convertible I saw in a yard was worse than that '69 and they wanted $1,500 for it. It had been hit hard, rusted completely in half, and had almost no usable parts left on it other than that trim. I might have bought it anyway if it had been a good VIN. But it was just a 302 automatic car.
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