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    Default Rare and perhaps cool

    Mercury Cougar XR7 Supercharged - $2400 (Sequim)

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    1989 mercury cougar xr7

    VIN: 1MEPM62R2K686370
    condition: excellent
    cylinders: 6 cylinders
    drive: rwd
    fuel: gas
    odometer: 108863
    paint color: red
    size: mid-size
    title status: clean
    transmission: manual
    type: coupe

    Rare one owner, 5 speed manual transmission, supercharged XR7 coupe.
    https://seattle.craigslist.org/kit/cto/6002389430.html

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    I love those! I had a crazy lust for those when they came out! Even better that it's a Cougar! I got the chance to thrash on a SC back when i was wrenching (don't tell the owner ) and those are fun cars!
    Brad

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    I've always liked these too. I like Super Coupes also, but I always have thought that the formal roof on these Cougars came across particularly well. Over the years I've kept an eye on these to a degree, and manual transmission models are rare. For that matter you don't see many of them at all. I suspect not a ton were built.
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    This thing had a lot of work done on it, don't care for the Aero front end. It appears to have a newer 5.0, along with lots of high end parts. Probably very fast, but I find it kind of ugly, and for 60k, I can think of a lot of other things to buy....

    https://losangeles.craigslist.org/lg...006631361.html
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    Why in the good name of the lord would you spend all of this money on a build then put rusty manifolds back on it?

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    https://omaha.craigslist.org/ctd/5975556338.html

    Let's start this off by saying WOW!!! Have you ever seen one of these ? And in this condition let alone being a 4x4? This has got to be the ULTIMATE off-road going,camping,weekend warrior, pavement pounding daily driver. With unlimited possibilities.


    This is a 1 of 1 built, 1955 Chevrolet 3800 Panel Truck built on a Suburban 4x4 Chassis.
    5.7L 350 V8 Engine
    350 Turbo Automatic Transmission
    Power Steering And Power Disc Brakes
    Tilt Wheel
    Vintage A/C & Heat
    Quad Seating, Plus another set of seats for the rear!!!(all match)
    6000 miles on this build
    This Truck Drives Great And Everything Works As It Should!!!

    Just look at the quality build here. Most of these are now sitting in the junk yards or trees rows. This thing is built with all of today's technology on the classic lines and body styling of 1955!!. Truck runs and drives excellent. Interior has all been redone. Front seats are POWER and do work...
    Pictures tell it all. We would not be afraid to jump in, turn the key and head cross country on a weekend getaway in the woods with this beauty. You can not build this for what we are selling it at!!

    Come in or Call 402-884-8804 or 402-677-7639
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    Normally that doesn't bother me but in this case, the engine is so clean that it does really stand out. It's also the first time in history I have seen someone actually use a side terminal battery intentionally. And as if connecting battery cables to them is not already hard enough, they made both cables black.
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    Quote Originally Posted by homer302 View Post
    Normally that doesn't bother me but in this case, the engine is so clean that it does really stand out. It's also the first time in history I have seen someone actually use a side terminal battery intentionally. And as if connecting battery cables to them is not already hard enough, they made both cables black.
    Dang! I was so focused on the rusty manifolds in such a nice engine bay that I didn't even notice both battery cables were black.
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    And they used those crappy clamp on type cable ends. I used black cable for both battery cables on my 79 coupe, but I used solder on ends and used red Heat shrink on the positive cable.

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    this has got to be a joke, right? https://chicago.craigslist.org/sox/cto/5982574016.html

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    I think there is one too many zero's before the decimal on the price of that one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmatt View Post
    Wow! That thing is ate up. No way it's worth what he's asking.
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    That poor Mustang.

    1972 Ford Mustang - $14999 (Long Beach)

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    This 1972 Ford Mustang is proudly displayed in Race Red. Under the hood sits a juiced up 351 Windsor 5.8 Liters V-8 that kicks up 300-hp and is tethered to a quick shifting 3-Speed automatic transmission. Rear-end features 9-Plus notch back heavy duty housing and 31 spline performance axle package built to the stock overall width and pinion offset specs of the vehicle. Heavy duty 2 1\4" wide leaf spring pads are installed in the stock location for an easy bolt in installation. Housing includes all 3rd member studs installed and the Torino style late model large bearing housing ends. Axles include the stock 5 on 4 1\2" wheel bout pattern drilled in them, wheel studs installed, 1\4" thick heavy duty bearing retainer plates, and tapered Timken style wheel bearings pressed on. This unit will allow for the use of any ABCS brake kit including the 11" drum brake this 1972 Ford Mustang is the one to have with upgraded everything from the powerful engine, beefy transmission, and big brakes to the aggressive bold look that sets you apart with the sweet black interior and Cobra bucket seats. This V-8 is loaded with everything you can imagine, just look at our pictures and plant yourself behind the wheel. This car is a real head turner and you will love the looks you get going down the road. The stance is commanding, the look is fascinating and Mustang will make you just feel great the second you fire up the engine. Almost everyone in America has a Mustang story, start your chapter today or relive your youth with the growl of this V-8. THIS CAR HAS BEEN IN SEVERAL CALENDARS AND SHOWS, TRULY ONE OF A KIND.

    AM\FM, Cassette Stereo
    Traction Control
    4 Passengers
    Seat-belt Pretensioners
    Premium Wheels
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    External Temperature Display
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    Clean Title
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    ""Serious Buyers Only""
    $14,999 OBO
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    This is the kind of thing that really makes me angry

    1971 ford mustang mach1 fastback - $8000 (West covina)

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    I'm not sure if the death penalty goes far enough on those who do this.


    Im selling my mustang mach 1
    Engine- 383 stroker with b&m forced induction supercharger
    Body is in decent shape its in primer right now needs some work but not that bad
    Tires are in decent condition
    There are a lot of things done to this mustang
    Its 8k obo i will entertain offers but please nothing ridiculous
    I have tons of parts and extra fenders and panels with extra glass that could come with it

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    1967 Ford Mustang Retractable Hard Top 1 of 10....????

    https://stlouis.craigslist.org/cto/6096372933.html

    Scotty
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    Quote Originally Posted by TNT View Post
    I'm not sure if the death penalty goes far enough on those who do this.
    Couldn't agree more!!
    Brad

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    Quote Originally Posted by webestang View Post
    1967 Ford Mustang Retractable Hard Top 1 of 10....????

    https://stlouis.craigslist.org/cto/6096372933.html
    Was this posted on April 1st? what a mess !
    People who say it cannot be done should not get in the way of the people doing it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilsst View Post
    Was this posted on April 1st? what a mess !
    Maybe not.......
    http://www.providencejournal.com/car...-stand-out.ece

    Scotty
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    1988 LX 5.0 AOD Vert BBK 170mph speedo Candy Apple Red
    1999 Mustang Coupe V6 Auto Chrome Yellow Daily Driver
    1996 Crown Vic LX 4.6 Silver Share with my Pop

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    68 Coupe Inline-6 3-Speed-Man. Primer
    78 II Hatch 302 3-Speed-Auto Sunroof Black
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    Quote Originally Posted by webestang View Post
    Now that blue one looks a lot better, would have been interesting if Ford had put into production I suppose the bean counters were in charge then and not the engineers.
    People who say it cannot be done should not get in the way of the people doing it!

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    This just has death trap written all over it

    1967 VW Bug street rod - $12500 (Camarillo)

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    1967 Volkswagen bug with a 1931 model a frame. Frame zeed and boxed and x member, 2" lowered front crossmember, new front spring, new super bell dropped axle, new king pins and bushings, all new front brakes including drums, shoes, wheel cylinders, springs. New rear brakes, shoes, wheel cylinders, springs, good drums. 31 spline Currie enterprises 9" ford rear housing and axles, 3.25 gear ratio, speedway coilover shocks in rear, ladder rear suspension. Engine 1957 364 Buick Nailhead, 2 brl carb, new rings, valve job, new Bellhousing adaptor to GM trans, new billet flywheel, new clutch, Muncie 4 spd wide ratio trans, hurst competition plus shifter, new Howe aluminum 4 core radiator, 1932 ford grill shell, 15x7 rear 14x6 front 5 spoke torque thrust style wheels. Horn, backup lights, emergency brake, windshield wipers and washer pump all work. Clear title asking $12,500obo contact Don by phone only no text (805)479-0084 or (805)482-7861 thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by TNT View Post
    This just has death trap written all over it

    1967 VW Bug street rod - $12500 (Camarillo)

    https://ventura.craigslist.org/cto/6065498998.html





    I would SO rock that thing!
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    Heck put a built bug drivetrain in back and another up front too.

    8 cyl, 800 HP.... via two 400 HP four bangers. lol

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    Ok, I was wrong about the VW I recently posted.....THIS has death trap written all over it.

    1970 Karmann Ghia/Porsche One of a kind Custom Roadster - $12000

    https://losangeles.craigslist.org/la...136333458.html










    Custom Red Oak Coffin style body on modified 1970 Karmann Ghia platform

    1600cc dual port Porsche top end with dual Weber carbs built by Chico Motors

    Remote mount oil filter system

    4 port Monza exhaust

    4 speed with 4 wheel disc breaks

    Two person seating with seat belts

    Aluminum American Racing slotted dish wheels

    Chrome front suspension arms

    Chrome rectangular headlights, Maltese Cross tail lights and front turn signals

    Chrome skeleton hands rear view mirrors

    Dual adjustable tinted windshields

    Red and black removable seats with black carpet

    Top hatch opens for access, 5 gal fuel cell, master cylinder, fuses, steering linkage

    Functioning remote mounted horn and turn signals

    Grant steering wheel

    Sleek roadster styling

    This is a fun, 'everyone looks at' show and cruiser

    A quick note, this vehicle is street legal, pending whatever state you are at. It has fully functioning 4wheel disc brakes, brake lights, functioning forward and rear turn signals, forward and rear driving lights, remote mount turn signal switch and really cool ahoogah horn. The frame is tube steel with a modified, cut to fit pan, retaining the original rear section of the pan from the shifter to the wheel base. Body is completely hand built from oak and stained/finished with a nice gunstock color. This car is a fun cruiser and I hope this information helps with any questions viewers may have, and is being sold as-is with no warranty given or implied. Thank you for looking, and will gladly review offers.

    Karmann Ghia, Volkswagen, Porsche, Roadster, Coffin, Cruiser.

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    I'm thinking cremation would be better.

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    So, since the pics were taken by the weather, is it a coffin or a boat that becomes a coffin?

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