1970 Ford Mustang project

Put links to cars and parts for sale on gumtree, junkmail etc. here
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Re: 1970 Ford Mustang project

Post by IndianaJones » Mon 04 May 2015, 18:50

With that front spoiler and centre spotlights, seems it was heading in the Eleanor direction.

These coupes, only ever came with the 2V 302, correct?

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Re: 1970 Ford Mustang project

Post by JR7800 » Tue 05 May 2015, 07:26

Do any one know about this mustang or the person?

Did a search on cell number and found following for same number:
- olx add - Randfontein, Gauteng dr thabo 0843358858
- East London town house to let. R7000. lonwabo. 0843358858
- alberton jhb bought bigger trucks for company ita an urgent sale. NO CHANCE TAKERS CALL: INTHING TRUCKING 0843358858
-ADE motor in good running condition for sale contract ended and relocating URGENT SALE (100K EACH) CALL: FLOYD 0843358858
PIANO OWNER RELOCATING CALL : JAMES 0843358858

List goes on and on...

I so hope the add is real for some one, but just be ware.

Happy hunting all.

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Re: 1970 Ford Mustang project

Post by HughMuller » Tue 05 May 2015, 11:51

seems a little fishy to me
be careful guys
I tried to get a local friend to call and now he is dodging him cause mate want to go have a look
he keeps saying wants a deposit cause lots of people want it

So straight away I say SCAM!!!!
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Re: 1970 Ford Mustang project

Post by Bird 455 » Tue 12 May 2015, 18:19

ID the M-code coupe was 351c. 4brl vented brakes extra clock high back seats. Mine was M-code
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Re: 1970 Ford Mustang project

Post by Bearhawke » Wed 13 May 2015, 04:20

Look closely at the pickup to the right of that Mustang; it appears to be LHD. I too have a feeling this ad is a big, fat scam.
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Re: 1970 Ford Mustang project

Post by Gavin RS » Wed 13 May 2015, 10:07

Definitely a scam :x
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Re: 1970 Ford Mustang project

Post by BURT » Wed 13 May 2015, 21:46

Car is definitely in SA, that box in the back of car is for local brand of body filler .I'm kind of sure I've seen this car, with that Eleanor setup. Think it was in Paarden Island a few years back. Marchani Car had just moved from Woodstock and were selling two, a fast back and this notch back.

That all said,it still sounds like a scam never heard of a viewing deposit before.

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Re: 1970 Ford Mustang project

Post by Tagg » Thu 14 May 2015, 07:26

A viewing deposit is nonsense, especially for a car that is in pieces! What, is he scared that the viewers will hold him ar gun point and steal his bumper!

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