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Old 12-15-2011, 04:15 PM   #1
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1970 mustang mach 1 dark ivy green where can I get one.?

I'm not buying at the moment this is just for future reference but where can I find one at a good price. and if so what is that price
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1970 mustang mach 1 dark ivy green where can I get one.?

I found rare cars at ebay..you will be surprised.. also there are Mustang websites, just google search it.
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Old 12-15-2011, 05:22 PM   #3
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1970 mustang mach 1 dark ivy green where can I get one.?

older Mach 1's sell for well over $50,000 depending on the condition. my best advice would be to find a regular '70 Mustang fastback that's been converted into a clone, which means it looks just like the real deal but for a fraction of the price. with a clone, you don't have to worry as much about damaging it and it's a lot more fun to beat the living hell out of it. plus, everyone on the streets doesn't know the difference.
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1970 mustang mach 1 dark ivy green where can I get one.?

There must be Mustang Owners Clubs that you can find on Google.

http://tedthedogbooks.com
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Old 12-15-2011, 06:24 PM   #5
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1970 mustang mach 1 dark ivy green where can I get one.?

best place to find rare cars like that is ebay
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I own one, just bought it

1970 Mach 1 all Original 351 Cleveland H Code and FMX Trans. Dark Ivy Green ext, Ginger int. 120k miles. Currently Restoring and waiting on Marti Report. Told to be 3r owner.
Stoked to have it, restore it and sell it or keep, it's a keeper for sure.
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I'm not buying at the moment this is just for future reference but where can I find one at a good price. and if so what is that price
you will be looking in a large variety of places, craigslist, autotrader classic, cars.com, the dandy dime or what ever local ad paper there is in your area. you can even hit the mustang clubs and let them know you are looking for a particular stang.

in the end however, my advice is to find yourself a fastback mustang of the year you want, and clone a mach one, if you cant find what you want. it will be cheaper that way, and you can build the car the way you like it without hurting the value of the car.
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