66 Mustang notchback

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66 Mustang notchback

Post by IndianaJones » Sat 26 Sep 2015, 16:34

Saw this on Gumtree...

1966 Ford Mustang notchback (289 / T5)
http://www.gumtree.co.za/a-cars-bakkies ... 0206887509
R595000
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Re: 66 Mustang notchback

Post by IndianaJones » Sun 06 Dec 2015, 17:38

Saw this on Gumtree..

1965 Ford Mustang notchback project (original 289ci/4-speed)
http://www.gumtree.co.za/a-cars-bakkies ... 0020666309
R285000
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Re: 66 Mustang notchback

Post by Waterhond » Sun 06 Dec 2015, 17:45

Since seeing that video of the screaming blue 289 coupe, I am having sleepless nights again !!

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Re: 66 Mustang notchback

Post by IndianaJones » Mon 07 Dec 2015, 08:26

Waterhond wrote:Since seeing that video of the screaming blue 289 coupe, I am having sleepless nights again !!
Then build one ;) :mrgreen:

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Re: 66 Mustang notchback

Post by IndianaJones » Sat 28 May 2016, 18:41

Silver coupe/notchback still for sale, same price...
https://www.olx.co.za/ad/1966-ford-must ... c961a93cd5

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Re: 66 Mustang notchback

Post by Burnthosetyres » Sun 29 May 2016, 08:21

Still for sale 8 months later.... Because a coup with stock motor, stock brakes, stock suspension is not a 600k car!
'A Camaro is a little animal that eats Mustangs!'

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Re: 66 Mustang notchback

Post by Nuvesh » Sun 29 May 2016, 22:25

Hi there guys. With regards to the above posts,the silver mustang for R600k is my vehicle. So without an actual viewing of the vehicle how has our forum members actually determined that this vehicle has stock brakes,suspension and engine since non of the details regarding those items were posted in the ad. Furthermore the vehicle was previously up for sale for a month during which time a fellow forum member had paid a deposit for the vehicle upon viewing but I backed out of the deal at which point I took the car of the market and reposted 2 weeks ago. So correction on the statement that it's been up for sale for 8 months because it has not and yes any classic car camaro,mustang,firebird etc can fetch any price regardless of spec of engine,brakes and suspension. The only deciding factor is how deep the potential buyers pockets are and how badly he wants to own that specific vehicle. Thanks for reading guys. Kind Regards.

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Re: 66 Mustang notchback

Post by brennan67 » Mon 30 May 2016, 09:53

Nuvesh wrote:So without an actual viewing of the vehicle how has our forum members actually determined that this vehicle has stock brakes,suspension and engine since non of the details regarding those items were posted in the ad. .
Well does it have upgraded brakes, suspension, engine ? I would agree with Burnthosetires that a mustang coupe is a push at that price if not.

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Re: 66 Mustang notchback

Post by johan wepener » Mon 30 May 2016, 12:25

Nuvesh , it is a risk to advertise a car on this Forum. I know, you did not advertise it on this Form

but it landed here under "Cars advertised on other sites".


You may advertise here and get great support from members and it will advance your sale.


But, you may advertise here and get some negative reaction, or reaction that suggests something

negative. And that is a huge risk because this Forum is widely visited and when negatives regarding a

car for sale spread like veldfire it is bad for the seller.


The fact is that all of us are entitled to our opinion and on this Forum members do

give their opinion freely and that makes this Forum a very enjoyable and informative Forum.


I think you must stipulate in detail why ,according to your view, your Mustang is worth R600,000. I

am not an expert re Mustangs. Maybe, with all the knowledge of your car the feedback will be

very positive.


I hope you find a buyer soon.


Johan
JOHAN WEPENER

IF YOU WISH TO DRAW AN INFERENCE IT HAS TO BE CONSISTENT WITH ALL THE PROVEN FACTS.IF NOT, THE INFERENCE CANNOT BE DRAWN

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Re: 66 Mustang notchback

Post by jlebenon » Mon 30 May 2016, 13:44

:lol: fck me I have to laugh hey
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