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10/08/2021 9:52 AM  #1

‘66 K code, GT, Wow.

EBay 1966 K code GT, Pony interior, Raven Black. Less than 10K original miles, yet has had a restoration.  Almost too good to be true.  Of course, it’s a trailer queen at this point.  I would have liked to have seen it preserved rather than restored.

'66 Fastback since July 27, 1981. Springtime Yellow, originally a 200 cu in, 4 speed. Also a '92 LX Coupe, 5.0, 5 speed.

10/12/2021 9:28 PM  #2

Re: ‘66 K code, GT, Wow.

Well, if it was totaled with 9,000 miles in 1968, then rotted in a salvage yard for 52 years, then got discovered and rebuilt, wouldn’t that description be truthful?

Not saying that is the case, but…

Money you enjoy wasting is NOT wasted money... unless your wife finds out.

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