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1969 SCJ/4 Spd/3:91/Black car/white interior
What's a car like this worth....in basket case condition, missing most parts, with typical rust. are they worth rebuilding. are folks still looking for projects like this? Not really wanting to build, since I already have one done., but may purchase to resell here if the market supports....Your honest thoughts welcomed. Thanks.
ido have some pic's (not sure how to post here). also have short marti report. clear title.


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12-07-2016, 10:20 PM
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Just off the top of my head it sounds like you have one of the most desireable Mustang's out there. The 69 is sought after as one of the best looking Mustang's The SCJ, 4 spd and 3.91 (Dragpak?) up the ante, and you can't go wrong with black with white interior. The only way I think it could get much better is if it was a Mach1.
And yes there are lots of people out there looking for one. I recently sold my 3, 71-73 Mach1's For $4000.00 and the guy that bought them sold them again within a week. I believe he may have had them sold before he came to get them. The crazy part is 30 years ago, I wouldn't have given you a $100.00 bucks for any one of the cars I had. I had roughly $3000.00+ in them, and I though I'd made a fair deal, but when I found out how quick he sold them I realized I may have left to much meat on the bone. So as always Caveat Emptor, or let the buyer beware. But there is definitely a market for the car. Hope it helps. JTS 71 Mach1
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12-07-2016, 11:29 PM
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Yes sir...that is the more desirable car. I know most of the R-codes in this condition have been robbed of their drivetrains. Accordingly it is hard to place a value on it without its drivetrain. After all it is the drivetrain that makes the car an R-code. But I do know that people are goo-goo over these cars so I am sure there will be some meat left on the bones if you can get it for the right price.

Thanks for sharing...always nice to see a kool car!
12-08-2016, 09:20 AM
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Definitely worth rebuilding!

Definitely sought after.

How much is it worth? I wouldn't know where to begin. There are several on the site though that could give you some good advice.
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RE: 1969 SCJ/4 Spd/3:91/Black car/white interior
Thanks - that's what I was hoping for - advice...Havn't really received yet. i don't think i would tackle a rebuild. But was hoping it was still worth redoing, and what is a good price to get it at, in its present state - to determine if i should purchase and flip it.....not looking to make a fortune, just want to pass on a desirable car that should be saved. Appreciate any constructive advice. Thanks in Advance.
12-11-2016, 02:34 PM
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RE: 1969 SCJ/4 Spd/3:91/Black car/white interior
It's hard to give you a price or value based on these pictures alone because they do not show enough of the work that needs to be done (i.e., floor pans, frame rails, torque boxes, quarter panels, cowl etc.). Just to point out a few areas I noticed, there is damage to the firewall and radiator support that almost appear as the car was in an accident at one point in its life.

If you want me to drop a number, but not the number I would pay, I think you can get, because of its VIN and options you identified, about $6,500 on the low and $12,500 on the high side to a very motivated, I got to have this car buyer.
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