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I just saw this on MustangDreams.com

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1968 Ford Mustang Fastback Asking: 31,500 Color: Highland Green Engine: V8 Transmission: manual four speed

302 GT. 104,371 mi. No Rust. Sports deck. Stock but Cobra valve covers/air filter/Hurst shft. Bullitt look: Highland Green, American Mags, Black interior. Paint excellent. Just rebuilt entire front end/carb/timing chain/clutch/flywheel/rear main for $4500.

Contact: Chad in Donnelly, ID USA Phone: ( 208 ) 325-3825 Posted: 5/24/2008
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The site lets you email the seller through an on-line form. No pictures on-line.

I emailed the seller and invited him to join IMBOC! :)

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Steve
 

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Pics from the owner....

I got a reply from the owner containing the following pics...

His name is Chad Lidell. Email: [email protected]

He thanked me for telling him about IMBOC.







Looks pretty nice on the outside to me. :)

Steve
 

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I checked with Rick Flores, a professional Must builder, $60K-$100K is what he builds. He said it's an "as market car" if it's good, whoever will pay what.
 

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1mach1 said:
Looks like a beauty. 31K sound steep.
Depends on what you have to pay around your neck of the woods...here we're looking at about $100,000 for a mint-quality '68 fastback GT, fully restored...

Ten years ago you could find a reasonable 65-69 GT for under $30,000, now suddenly the marked has gone dry - these are VERY collectible in Europe all of a sudden...

Anyone feel like starting up an export business...?
 

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Arkady001 said:
Depends on what you have to pay around your neck of the woods...here we're looking at about $100,000 for a mint-quality '68 fastback GT, fully restored...

Ten years ago you could find a reasonable 65-69 GT for under $30,000, now suddenly the marked has gone dry - these are VERY collectible in Europe all of a sudden...

Anyone feel like starting up an export business...?
Anyone will pay anything at any given time. The problem is finding them. At the right time.
 

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Nice car ...... looks like the correct "early production" model too....kinda makes me think ....If only I had waited until now .....
 

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MrStangman said:
Nice car ...... looks like the correct "early production" model too....kinda makes me think ....If only I had waited until now .....
What do you mean Pete? Isn't it like yours'?
 
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