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Old 03-04-2012, 12:30 PM   #1
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Well everything is taken care of for my donor car just waiting for it to be delivered. Here's a couple of pics as it sits now. Going to clean it up and take some more after arrival.
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Old 03-04-2012, 12:39 PM   #2
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thats cool.what are u using it for?
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thats cool.what are u using it for?
Going to use it to replace some parts on my 93, and swap the motor in later. Going to sell the rest to other mustangs in need.
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Old 03-04-2012, 12:58 PM   #4
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ahh.i was just wondering cause i thought yours was pretty complete.
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ahh.i was just wondering cause i thought yours was pretty complete.
It is but the front bumper and bumper cover are bad along with little bits and pieces.
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Old 03-04-2012, 01:04 PM   #6
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gotcha.its always nice to have a good donor.im sure u could make your money back with the left overs.
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gotcha.its always nice to have a good donor.im sure u could make your money back with the left overs.
That'd be nice, going to check again to make 100% sure I can't get some strings pulled on clearing the title.
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Got it about an hour ago, jumped it of and she started right up.
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hell yah.it even runs.sweet.
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That looks almost to good to be torn apart.
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That looks almost to good to be torn apart.
That's why I want to be absolutely sure I can't title it, put a battery in it and it cranked up easier than my 93. Going to try and post a video of it running along with some pics of it clean.
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That's why I want to be absolutely sure I can't title it, put a battery in it and it cranked up easier than my 93. Going to try and post a video of it running along with some pics of it clean.
Try this maybe?
A friend used them several years ago to title a 55 Chevy he drug out of a farm holler and he didn't have any problems.
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Try this maybe?
A friend used them several years ago to title a 55 Chevy he drug out of a farm holler and he didn't have any problems.
I saw that earlier, figured it was a bs advertisement.
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I saw that earlier, figured it was a bs advertisement.
Like I said it was several years ago and I'm not sure they are still out there, but my friend used them and got a title for his car and he had no paperwork on it at all.
What they did was to title it in their home state which had less restrictive laws, then my friend took that title and had it re-registered in his home state. It went through without a hitch.


One thing you might check is to see if there is a lien anywhere on that VIN number.
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Here's their website Broadway Title Co. with more information.
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Here's their website Broadway Title Co. with more information.
Appreciate the info, I'm going to have the vin ran after work and take it from there. Found out last night I can get the due for destruction taken off to have it titled, going to be a pain but worth it if I can get a title. If not, parts car it will be.
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