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Anybody on the board here?? Geez, 100 miles on the resto, triple black...$14,250...Looked good on TV!

(what's really sad is the 23 T bucket that sold right after it..I'm sorry but just yuk...and motorcycle front brakes and tires, weird paint, 80's vette rearend for $23,5k?? What the heck?)
 

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I don't know $15,675.00 and you don't even get a Caution Fan sticker but you do get wrong engine colour, a/c delete, p/s delete and the ultra rare multi-split dash pad

Looks like they got a good price for a $5,000 car
 

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I hope the new owner is very happy! Car isn't in very good shape for that money and not very original either.
 

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Don't forget the missing Ford logo on the sill plate and the painted fender bolts!
 

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Fram oil filter was the extra 10,000
 

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Wow, cracked dash pad, missing chrome trim all over, wrong steering wheel. I find it ridiculous that people remove a/c components from a factory a/c car of the '60's.
 

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didn't see it - you sure your all talking about the same car..? Doesn't sound like it! I'll have to go hit the BJ website after work and see if it is even on there
 

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Well I can say I have been surprised / shocked at some of the prices at auctions on both sides of the spectrum, low and high. But at the end of the day as we all know with anything, its all about what someone is willing to pay. :smoke:
 

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I'm sure it's the hot sun and old age, but what causes a dash pad to warp that extreme? Is this just a 67/68 thing?
 
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