1972 Mach 1 90% Restored - SOLD TO A MACH1CLUB MEMBER
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$15,500 OBO
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#12
(10-26-2010, 02:15 AM)mystichris@MD Wrote: $15,500 OBO

Seems like a fair price since if I was selling mine Id want about 10k for mine and its not near as refinished as this one. Good luck! If I was in the market Id look closer at yours.
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(10-26-2010, 04:01 AM)1972 Mach 1 Wrote:
(10-26-2010, 02:15 AM)mystichris@MD Wrote: $15,500 OBO

Seems like a fair price since if I was selling mine Id want about 10k for mine and its not near as refinished as this one. Good luck! If I was in the market Id look closer at yours.

Thanks! If you know anyone in the market let them know about this one.

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#14
Price Drop: $13,750 OBO
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#15
$13,500 OBO
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#16
Times are tough right now for cars, I was talking to a guy that works at Barrett Jackson the other day and he said car prices are down 6-10 thousand.
You might consider holding on to it for awhile or your going to take a beating. Beatingadeadhorse

Nice car though good luck!
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(11-17-2010, 12:33 AM)mystichris@MD Wrote: $13,500 OBO

I am in the market for either a 71 or 72 Mach. Looking for either a 72 R Code or Q Code; or 71 M Code. What is engine code for this 72? Thanks.
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(11-25-2010, 12:32 AM)ponypastor Wrote:
(11-17-2010, 12:33 AM)mystichris@MD Wrote: $13,500 OBO

I am in the market for either a 71 or 72 Mach. Looking for either a 72 R Code or Q Code; or 71 M Code. What is engine code for this 72? Thanks.

Send him a private message so an email gets sent to him. I don't know how often he comes around.
Personally this Mach is in great shape, at least as far as the photos go. You couldn't buy one for less and do what this one has already completed. Obviously quality of the work already done matters a lot as well.
These TRUE Mach 1's are just going up in value, I know the economy is tight right now, but in the next 5 years that will change, in my opinion I think after the 1973 model years its going to be slim pickens to find classics. Having any PRE 1973 "Muscle Car" and sitting on one for awhile could be very good for the retirement fund. SCo_hmmthink

I noticed in watching the Mecham auctions that all classic cars seem to be getting to the 1970-1973 cars now.
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(11-25-2010, 04:11 AM)1972 Mach 1 Wrote: Send him a private message so an email gets sent to him. I don't know how often he comes around.
Personally this Mach is in great shape, at least as far as the photos go. You couldn't buy one for less and do what this one has already completed. Obviously quality of the work already done matters a lot as well.
These TRUE Mach 1's are just going up in value, I know the economy is tight right now, but in the next 5 years that will change, in my opinion I think after the 1973 model years its going to be slim pickens to find classics. Having any PRE 1973 "Muscle Car" and sitting on one for awhile could be very good for the retirement fund. SCo_hmmthink

I noticed in watching the Mecham auctions that all classic cars seem to be getting to the 1970-1973 cars now.

I appreciate the positive words about the car and sales price. Signthankspin He did send me an email and I talked to him this morning. We are in the middle of negotiating a deal.

The car is not sold at this point. For anyone else interested it was confirmed today that this is a factory 351 4V with a numbers matching block. Jam

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#20
Hope it works out, it would be cool if someone bought another Mach 1 because of this site SSig_number1
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