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1970 Mustang Fastback Parts Car/good Roof on

US $450.00

Prairieville, Louisiana, US

Prairieville, Louisiana, US

1970 Mustang fastback with decent roof.  Like most Muscle cars, this one was raced,  abused, and stripped of parts the left in a field to return back to iron oxide.    But unlike most basket cases, there are some good points to this car.  The roof is decent with only minor rust under weather strip holders.   Shock towers are not cracked.   Back glass area very solid.  Never wrecked and still has original Calypso Coral paint. Came with a 302 2v and three speed. Back in late 70's it had a 351C 4V/  4 speed/ 4.11 9 inch.   Rear quarters were cut for big tires.  All the good stuff removed.  Currently has 65 8 inch 3.00 gear.  Floor pans and torque boxes are toast.  Cowl leaks.  I do have a clear salvage title (permit to dismantle).  Car can not be reconstructed in the state of Louisiana.  May be able to deliver for gas money if you are not too far away.  All questions welcome.     

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