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Old 05-09-2013, 08:19 PM   #1
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value of a 68 390 GT coupe

Does any body know what a 68 390 GT coupe x code partially restored might sell for.
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+1 and what has been restored on it.
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Pics. It's it a gt? 4speed? Deluxe interior? Disk brake car? 9inch?

I have a fully restored 67 gt 390 fastback deluxe interior upper and lower consoles 4 speed. Original engine/tranny/9inch. We had it appraised for $63k back in 2003 right after my dad restored it.
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You mentioned that's its an "X" code car. That refers to the paint which is presidential blue. The 390 was a "S" code

Given that its a coupe, its not worth anywhere near what a fastback would be. A partial resto could bring anywhere from $8k-$15 depending on the level of the resto and what's left to be done. Now if it were a "W" code (427) or "R" code (428) that would be another story all together.
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Like he said ^.i agree. If it were a GT 390 coupe with some good options I'd say it would be pretty rare and could fetch anywhere from 10-22k depending on the level of restoration.
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If I said it were only worth 20$ would u please sell it to me for that? Lol. I'm just playin. Get us some pics.
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Pics. It's it a gt? 4speed? Deluxe interior? Disk brake car? 9inch?

I have a fully restored 67 gt 390 fastback deluxe interior upper and lower consoles 4 speed. Original engine/tranny/9inch. We had it appraised for $63k back in 2003 right after my dad restored it.
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Thanks man. I just got on this forum too.
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Thanks man. I just got on this forum too.
saw that, barely breaking in the first week. All of the mustangs running?

If you ever decide to let go of the blue fastback, let me know haha. Is that a 65 or 66?

Also is that a 69 or 70 in the garage? That's a beauty of a ride
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It was a 65. I traded the blue 65 for the 69 mach 1. And then traded my 69 mach 1 for my own owner 03 10th anniversary cobra .

So right now I own

67 fastback gt 390 4 speed
67 coupe 351 4spwed
90 fox 5.0 lx
95 cobra
03 10th cobra.
And today I bought a 98 gt with no title for $500. Couldn't past it up. 121k. Going to part out
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Ill take the fox please lol.
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It was a 65. I traded the blue 65 for the 69 mach 1. And then traded my 69 mach 1 for my own owner 03 10th anniversary cobra .

So right now I own

67 fastback gt 390 4 speed
67 coupe 351 4spwed
90 fox 5.0 lx
95 cobra
03 10th cobra.
And today I bought a 98 gt with no title for $500. Couldn't past it up. 121k. Going to part out
Not a bad price at all

65 fastback and 69mach 1 are the last 2 mustangs I'm looking to add to the collection
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