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70 Vert, new project

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Bought this car yesterday, coming home today. Floor pans already replaced, brazed, with min rust on one lower door. 302 mtr went thru 15 years ago and wasn’t  touched after that. Only thing missing is the carpet. Oh, came with a shaker hood and complete shaker scoop/air cleaner. 

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35 hundred would be a steal. I hope you didn't pay 35 thousand. In 1976 I paid $42 for a running 65 Mustang, but 35 dollars today...hmm. 

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Right. There were about 14,000 1969/1970 Shelby's produced

There were around 7,500 1970 Mustang Convertibles produced, about the same amount as the 1970 Boss (302 and 429) Mustangs.  

So, yes they are getting hard to find.  The good thing is that they share some rare parts with the '69 Mustangs and the Cougar convertibles.....

 

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Around 7000 is the number built, the first one I built and sold, fetched 22000.00. This one, I will take longer to build and have a little fun with it..not so much all original, but no butchering. Thinking about dropping my spare 390/C6 in it. Weird thing is, this one too was originally ivy green that had been repainted white, dashavue. Pictures attached are from the first one I built 6 years ago

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