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Old August 6th, 2011, 07:48 PM   #1
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Just picked up a 68 Mustang extremely solid converted to a 302 auto. Was originally a 6cyl manual and paint is supposed to be original along with the interior.

I have some work cut out for me though, but runs and drives.







Not in it for original, just for nice and what I like.
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That is my fricken' dream car! I always wanted a 68 and will always want one! Its in great shape as well. Jealous kid right here !
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Old August 6th, 2011, 08:43 PM   #3
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I was looking at brake conversions and had to double take, the one I want for the front is close to $1500 and the matching rear gets close to $2000. fawk! Not including doing rims and tires because of having to go up in size to work with the brakes.

Thats mainly the only thing I need to buy, I mostly just have to put time in to make everything straight again. Prep it for paint and ready to roll.
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Looks like a solid driver! Enjoy it for the rest of the summer, then tear into it over the winter.
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I can only do little things as I don't have money anymore Anything major I want to do, I will have to save up for.
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