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Old 11-10-2013, 03:24 PM   #1
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66 Mustang too good to be true?

I am listing a Nissan 350z for a friend of mine and got offered a 66 Mustang as trade. I have his 350z at $12,500.

I got a text message from a guy today, asking about trading his 66 Mustang for the 350z.

Here is what he said,

"Yeah runs great, it's my daily driver right now almost 52k miles original straight 6 with 3 speed Manual transmission. New tires, batter, alignment, some new wiring and body work (minor stuff) it's never been wrecked. It needs carpet and door panels and the paint is alright but not show quality. Half a sound system (from previous owner) minor power upgrades for better spark. Hardly no rust at all! Want some pics?"

Here are the pictures the guy also said that he has a 289 V8 that needs to be rebuilt that can go with it

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My basic concern is this legit or should I run?
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Old 11-10-2013, 03:27 PM   #2
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I don't know about GA, but that's a pretty fair trade in Cali. Classic Mustangs are a lot more common over here, can't go to a show without seeing 30 of them.
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Seems like a fair price for a l6
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Can't see pictures for some reason, but A solid body classic and some minor restore classics go for that price here in Colorado. I wouldn't trade that for a straight 6 though
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