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4/22/2017 10:00 PM  #1


1967 390 Fastback

My neighbor came by today and told me the car was for sale and said the owner http://i63.tinypic.com/20prp0x.jpg
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did not want to make any money off it and wanted it gone!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I am so stoked, looking to see what wanting gone is going to cost me!

 

4/22/2017 10:01 PM  #2


Re: 1967 390 Fastback

I posted this before but now there is a chance to revive the beast!
 

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4/23/2017 9:04 PM  #3


Re: 1967 390 Fastback

Happy hunting!!


John  -- 67 Mustang Coupe 390 5 speed
 

4/25/2017 9:40 PM  #4


Re: 1967 390 Fastback

Good luck!  Keep us updated.


"It's better to burnout, then fade away."
 

4/27/2017 7:39 PM  #5


Re: 1967 390 Fastback

I talk to my neighbor today and come to find out the  gentelman that owned the car had it stored at his friends place and owed him money for storage and shuch and could not pay so left the car and gave him the title as payment. All I am being told at the moment is that the man that has the car and title wants the car gone! This might go well for me, http://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons/grin.png

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5/03/2017 8:12 PM  #6


Re: 1967 390 Fastback

Going to look at the car Sunday. If that is the original engine and transmission it may be an S code Fastback, only time will tell, and hopping it will be a decent purchase. I do not think it is a GTA, it has drum ft brakes, but has delux interior from what I have seen in pictures.

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5/09/2017 7:35 PM  #7


Re: 1967 390 Fastback

It is an S code base 390 numbers matching car but it is super bad, I think the only salvageable parts on the body are the roof and glass and some interior parts, but the internals of the engine look like they have been left out in the rain and I am not sure it is worth messing with. I am going to pass on this one but if someone is interested let me know and I will forward your information to the owner.

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