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Old 01-31-2012, 04:25 PM   #1
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Anyone know any good websites where u can buy late 60s early 70s stangs for under 10 grand? I know that's not much of a price range but ive found a couple for under 10Gs but couldnt drive to c em because they were too far to drive
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I've seen a few on eBay but I've got the same problem. They are too far away.
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I want a classic, but im only n high school, I have an 01 GT and love it, but I want a classic, I think u should c more 60s and 70s muscle as daily drivers
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Yeah me too. I'm looking for s 1970 mustang Auto trans. to use as a DD. they are out there. We just gotta keep looking.
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Looking for a 60's for my son. Found some on Craigslist, but you have to be cautious with that. I'm looking for a cheap low rust 6 or non-running that we can rebuild with a 289 or 302. There are some out there. I've seen a few good ones if you're looking to spend close to 10K.
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Re: 60s stangs

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I want a classic, but im only n high school, I have an 01 GT and love it, but I want a classic, I think u should c more 60s and 70s muscle as daily drivers
That's a nice thought, but unfortunately they drive, get MPG's & have safety specs (or lack thereof) of cars from the 60s & 70s. They are nice to own and make great cruiser cars & weekend warriors, but it's generally not very practical at all to drive one of those as a DD...
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I know, but im willing to accept that, I personally think that classics should b driven every day, not just to car shows or for a sunday drive, I hate it when some rich guy buys a classic then puts it n his collection, they dont drive em,they hardley ever take care of their of them themselves, they will pay someone to do it for em, they deserve the love from someone that actually wants them as a car, not a show piece
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