I once had a customer come in our shop about working on his 67 Mustang
Convert. We got around to talking prices on cars and he told me someone had the
nerve to offer him $3,000.00 for the car(this was a while ago). He then went on
to explain to me that if he put another $4,000.00 in the car he could get
$7,000.00 for it. Some how the logic of this escaped me. You pays your money
and takes your chances.
In a message dated 2/5/2009 3:04:49 P.M. Pacific Standard Time,
I agree that the car was a good purchase.. a MKII at that price is cheap...
but.. as mentioned its missing some expensive MKII specific parts.. not to
mention some other expensive tiger parts like A/C etc. Then if the car
really is twisted at the front you are buying a car that might need some
serious work on a jig. It has about 5K in missing parts and then the issue
of do you sort whatever damage has required the large shim.
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