Post a Picture of What You Sold or Traded to Get Your Mach 1
#61
        I sold this 1976 Mustang II.
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#62
Not a bad looking car in it's own right 6foot4.
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#63
SSig_welcome4 Not a bad looking little Mustang. Was it a Cobra II or did someone dress it up. If it was a Cobra II, was it a V8. My dad had a 77 Cobra II black and gold, we did several mods. Early 302 4 barrell heads with shims under the valves, cam, headers, 289 streetmaster intake, 650 edelbrock, and hooker sidepipes. With a 4 speed stick, it was quite the stop light killer. JTS 71 Mach1
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#64
        Yes, it was a real Cobra II, with the 302 V-8. I added an Edelbrock performer intake and Holley carb, and 15 inch wheels, but mostly stock.
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#65
Not exactly this car but it looked just like this one. 1966 289 4speed that I bought in high school and owned for ten years.


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#66
Another very nice looking Mustang!
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#67
Sold this in the middle of an Iowa winter. Would not let the buyer test drive - because it was never in the snow. Finally had a clear day, he came by, drove it home. Still miss it during the summer. I really love my Mach though.



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#68
(01-05-2010, 07:07 AM)fhunteman Wrote: I bought this Fairlane used in 1970 for $1500. It had a 302 with a 3 on the tree. I traded it in on my R code Mach 1 in July, 1972.

Old school photos like this are pricelessThmbsup


I took what I owed the tax dept, to net a bargain, what better way to be motivated to save thanSSig_help owe those guys, Managed to get the car, and pay my dues too


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(05-03-2015, 04:53 AM)noroz Wrote:
(01-05-2010, 07:07 AM)fhunteman Wrote: I bought this Fairlane used in 1970 for $1500. It had a 302 with a 3 on the tree. I traded it in on my R code Mach 1 in July, 1972.

Old school photos like this are pricelessThmbsup


I took what I owed the tax dept, to net a bargain, what better way to be motivated to save thanSSig_help owe those guys, Managed to get the car, and pay my dues too

I'm sure the car eased the pain of the tax bill!
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(01-05-2010, 07:07 AM)fhunteman Wrote: I bought this Fairlane used in 1970 for $1500. It had a 302 with a 3 on the tree. I traded it in on my R code Mach 1 in July, 1972.

That must have been a tough decision. I like both and that Fairlane is the cats ass cool.
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