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LILCBRA

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Too many other priorities to get much done on either of the Mustangs, but I did manage to get a new cover for the convertible and pulled it out of my carport for a while....

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Oh, and if anyone is interested, that camper is now for sale.
 
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LILCBRA

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Haven't been paying much attention to the market, but it seems the last one I saw up for sale was offered at around $5K. Decent driver from what I remember, but not a top tier restoration or anything like that. I have mine insured for $10K although I know I probably couldn't get that out of it.
 

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Haven't been paying much attention to the market, but it seems the last one I saw up for sale was offered at around $5K. Decent driver from what I remember, but not a top tier restoration or anything like that. I have mine insured for $10K although I know I probably couldn't get that out of it.
Ya, they don't get much respect, but they kept Ford afloat during the difficult malaise era and ultimately led to the Fox Body.
 
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LILCBRA

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Just scrolled through the last page of craigslist ads that are shared in the II group, $2500 for a car that needs pretty much everything gone through, $5k for a tube chassis drag roller, and $4K for another one that needs about everything gone through as well.