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Old 06-21-2013, 02:19 PM   #1
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I'm looking into buying a none running solid 1970 Mustang coupe; I'm wondering what a fair offer should be. If you have any information please text/call this number 218-259-1676. Thank you much.
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I'm looking into buying a none running solid 1970 Mustang coupe; I'm wondering what a fair offer should be. If you have any information please text/call this number 218-259-1676. Thank you much.
Problem is most non running are rust bucket turds. Probably your best bet would be to find a restoration someone started and can't finish. I would think less than $4k, but the no rust is hard to find. Craigslist is a good place to look, but make sure it's got a proper transferable title. I was looking for a 67 last year and many don't have good titles or they are bill if sale only. If you can't title it, then it's for racing only for the most part. I finally found a running one with some issues for $4,500. Overall it's in pretty good shape.
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I only got a bill of sale on my car and was still able to register it
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I only got a bill of sale on my car and was still able to register it
Every state is different. That won't work in Texas without a lot of hassle.
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Every state is different. That won't work in Texas without a lot of hassle.
Yeah mine was a paint but still got it
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