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Old 04-02-2009, 10:39 AM
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1966 Mustang Fastback

Im going to look at a mustang after work, anybody know anything about these cars?

It has been sitting in some guys barn for several years now, I have no idea what kind a condition its in.
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Old 04-02-2009, 10:42 AM
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Check for rust in the trunk around the bottom and along the back of the car. Check for bondo hate bondoed up cars. If its reasonably priced jump on it. Major thing is just check for rust and other damage. Good luck!
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Check for rust in the trunk around the bottom and along the back of the car. Check for bondo hate bondoed up cars. If its reasonably priced jump on it. Major thing is just check for rust and other damage. Good luck!
whats a reasonable price if its in decent shape?
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I have a 66 mustang. The cowl under the front windshield where the vents are, is really a bad place for rust on these cars and one of the hardest places to repair it. The drain holes get stopped up with leaves and crap like that and it wont drain when it gets water in there. Also the floor boards around where your heals are when your sitting in it is a great place for rust. The good thing about these cars is you can buy any part you want for them. I sunk a fortune in mine...but it's really nice.
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I have a 66 mustang. The cowl under the front windshield where the vents are, is really a bad place for rust on these cars and one of the hardest places to repair it. The drain holes get stopped up with leaves and crap like that and it wont drain when it gets water in there. Also the floor boards around where your heals are when your sitting in it is a great place for rust. The good thing about these cars is you can buy any part you want for them. I sunk a fortune in mine...but it's really nice.

I will make sure I check those places, Thanks
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