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Wanted to Buy / Looking for a few 67/68 Fastbacks
« on: May 23, 2020, 11:23:47 AM »
Hello Folks

Along with everyone else in the world I am looking for 1967/68 Fastbacks

From non running project to real nice driver quality cars

I don't have a market for concourse stuff

A or C code project to real nice drivers. Project T codes, Do not care at all what the colour or interior used to be. I care what the car looks like now.

I can't pay full retail but being in Europe I can pay good money. I won't mess you about, if I am interested I will tell you immediately and if we can come to a financial agreement I have fund now, not in a month or after I sell grandmas house.

Troy K on here can vouch for me.

Thanks folks. Peter


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1966 Shelby GT350/GT350H / 1966 Idler arm needed, Which supplier?
« on: March 18, 2020, 01:06:41 PM »
Hello Folks,

Need to replace my idler arm on 2170. Very small amount of play but like to keep things fresh

Can you suggest a supplier? Don't need NOS, nor show car correct. Just correct fitting. Branda? Virginia Mustang?

Cheers. Peter

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Appeals / Is anyone near Tulsa that can assist me with an issue?
« on: March 15, 2020, 09:54:14 AM »
Hello

Folks, Just wondering if anyone lives in Tulsa area.

I purchased 2 cars in that area from a well known person and am having a nightmare getting copies of titles and bills of sale for them from this person

Getting the cars after that may be another issue but I don't know yet

Cars were bought and paid for in January and checks were cashed.

This is a well known person in the Mustang circles. He may be having some personal issues so I am not looking to hurt his repuations. Just get my title copies, get the titles fed ex'ed to my shipper and get the cars collected

He says he texted me the titles and bills of sale, I did not receive them. he also told another huge person in the Mustang community who is not nearby that he would send him the title photos, No dice

Thank you. Peter in the UK

I will most definitely pay for your time and efforts.

PM may be best, I can call you so no costs to you.


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The Lounge / Rare and ????
« on: February 03, 2020, 01:53:28 PM »
Short while ago I purchased a one owner, stored since 1978 Mustang fastback

Today we pulled the interior and carpet

This was lying under the carpet with lime gold overspray on it

Any ideas? Strangely this may not be the first one I have found or seen...looks familiar

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SAAC Forum Discussion Area / Did someone say paperwork?
« on: November 24, 2019, 02:51:38 PM »
A few weeks ago I attended and showed 2 cars at the NEC expo centre in Birmingham England. At the show I spoke to dozens of dozens of folks. No one however was an elderly gent who spoke to me and my wife three times. He had an awesome story. He moved to America from the UK with his young wife and child with 100 pounds in his pocket and a hard work attitude. He moved to the states and worked for GE. He was doing very well and was told he had a job for life if he wanted it. He told story after story about how much he loved the USA and working for GE. Then he saw a 67 Mustang in the dealership and had to have it. As he knew he would eventually move to the UK again he bought a 6 cyl model but choose the fastback as he loved the design

He started looking at Shelbys and really wanted one of those and was in the process of saving up for one to trade his fastback for but it was no to be. One day his wife, just before he left for work, said she was going back to the UK and that was that. he packed up and moved back with her, taking his 67 Fastback with him shipping it on the Queen Elizabeth!!!

So in chatting with him I enquired if the car was possibly for sale and he said it would be "for the right price" So I was interested as you would be :-)

I set up a meeting with him after the show ended Sunday night, We were 3 hours from home and he was a further hour from our house so wanted to tie the visit into this trip. It was not to be. His ride to the show (a 68 Charger) had mechanical trouble so me and my wife drove home with hopes to see the car one day.

A week later I rang up Herbie and spoke to him and he was wanting me to see it in the spring so I could have nice weather to inspect. YEAH RIGHT, Like I would be able to wait. Long story short I drove 4 hours last night and stayed in a hotel and then saw the car this AM. She was a tired old 67 but remarkably solid having been in storage since 1978 after a run in with a hedge put it off the road.

What I adored about the car was the dash, you will see what I mean when you see the photos.

With the purchase came a briefcase that he said contained all the documents on the car. I figured it would be the usual. A nice spread of receipts with few meaningful bits. BOY WAS I WRONG.

I have had well over 150 Mustangs, some with insane levels of documentation but never had this sort of paperwork from day one of ownership and since. Letters to USA car dealers ordering parts, tech specs. Owners card, Orig owners manual, safety brochure and windscreen card, First payment receipt, selling salespersons card, Dealer deal sheet, invoice, window sticker.....gobs and gobs of it including the mirror hang tags from the Queen Elizabeth

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Birmingham UK

Massive show

On our Mustang Club stand

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The Lounge / Weird one, Crank sunroof?
« on: September 30, 2019, 01:43:39 PM »
Hmmmm, thought I saw it all. But a crank sunroof at no cost? Also it says its the 225 hp 289 but its a C code. Can anyone shed any light on this?
https://pittsburgh.craigslist.org/cto/6989381899.html

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1966 Shelby GT350/GT350H / 2170 at Goodwood
« on: September 12, 2019, 02:54:20 PM »
At the guest house ready for Goodwood tomorrow

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1969-1970 Shelby GT350/500 / Stolen shelby
« on: September 07, 2019, 07:06:01 AM »
As per below photos

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This is a SCAM

https://www.ebay.com/itm/113851384022?ViewItem=&vxp=mtr&item=113851384022

Car was also listed on BAT:https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1966-ford-mustang-fastback-17/

Guy over here lost $28k on this same "deal" for this car

Cheers. peter

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Up For Auction / Scam Again. 67 390 car
« on: July 13, 2019, 03:58:12 PM »
Was on Bring a trailer

Then I almost got scammed a few months ago on Ebay when it was in Colorado Springs

Now in Calif, Same description and photos as the BAT auction

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1967-Ford-Mustang/401812629214?hash=item5d8de626de:g:3hkAAOSwfkldJ27Y

Original BAT auction:
https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1967-ford-mustang-6/?fbclid=IwAR3j_zhla8wIbMbhLW6ySLo29AeiG131M0okuW89I-fAqStArk02IGNkY6g

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