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15 Year Member
- Mar 7, 2002
Amazon's vehicle filter is about as reliable as a BMW. It also doesn't know about the Milodon 8qt oil pan that makes it impossible to run the original starter.To be fair, Amazon said it wouldn't.....
Right now, I'm doing really well at selling parts out of my stash (stuff not intended for this car). If if isn't gone by the end of the year, it will get parted out and I'll probably make more than I was asking for the whole car. That's what happened to the '74 and the '76. Hell, I tried to GIVE the '74 away.Man that is a torture!
I know that the situation in NA is different to ours in Europe, but at the moment people are not so much willing to spend money on "toys". If you follow financial news and blogs you can see, that used car prices (not classic cars) are dropping all over the world. Also house prices are dropping everywhere. And you have an inverted yield curve (they even state that the "global" yield curve just inverted, what ever global means), so recession is coming very likely not only in Europe.
So perhaps it is not only that the Mustang II is a very specific car, but the overall market/economic situation...
Perhaps Santa realizes next month that his sleigh is broken and sees that you car is the perfect fit. Its red and white.
Your right, I'm currently selling all m 66 Mustang parts and they are gone fast to fair prices. On the other hand, there are not much used parts around (compared to the years before). Perhaps because shipping costs are so high.Right now, I'm doing really well at selling parts out of my stash