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    That definitely will be a fun car to bring back and autocross

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    Was it under water?

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    I want the rims
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    Quote Originally Posted by chads84svo View Post
    Was it under water?
    Yep. Ad says...Jack roush raintree road course. They get a lot of rain there and sometimes flooding.
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    One the way to look at this "Lovely" project with trailer in tow!
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    Quote Originally Posted by vintageracer View Post
    One the way to look at this "Lovely" project with trailer in tow!


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    Looks like an old beat up stock car. I hope someone car see a diamond in the rough.
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    Looked at the car and did not buy it.

    At the end of the day it's a rough ole 4 cylinder coupe that the owner started to graft the old Roush race car bodywork upon. Supposedly the body was one from the "Raintree" Mustang.

    Car has a set of Enkie Mesh Wheels (nice) with junk tires, Ford Motorsport Speedo Cluster sitting out of the car, 7.5 slapper bar rear-end, old crusty 302 that is probably stuck, automatic C4 transmission, steering column, 1 seat, part of a console, dash shell, a broken in 2 piece (broken in the middle) Roush race front-end, a good lower front Roush spoiler, 2 Roush Hoods, a title and the rest of the Roush body cobbled onto the "Sunroof" Coupe body that has accident damage on the right front along with hacked out rear quarter panels.

    $1,000 buys it. I left it there without making an offer as I was afraid he might take it!

    Reality is that that car's "Worth" is in the nice Enkei wheels, a core 302, core C4 and the Motorsport speedo cluster. That's probably $1000 RETAIL at best! The Roush body work is rough and I doubt anyone would use it therefore not much if any value. The rest is worth what it weighs at the scale.

    Signing off on this "Trip" report!
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    I would think the IMSA body work would make a unique restomod. Has to carry some value, but I don't like it on the coupe body style.
    Donny

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    Knowing Mike personally, I value his opinion. If he didn't want it for under $1000, then I would certainly steer clear of it...unless you want to pay for a set of Enkei's, a motor and trans and get a bunch of scrap with them

    Quote Originally Posted by vintageracer View Post
    Looked at the car and did not buy it.

    At the end of the day it's a rough ole 4 cylinder coupe that the owner started to graft the old Roush race car bodywork upon. Supposedly the body was one from the "Raintree" Mustang.

    Car has a set of Enkie Mesh Wheels (nice) with junk tires, Ford Motorsport Speedo Cluster sitting out of the car, 7.5 slapper bar rear-end, old crusty 302 that is probably stuck, automatic C4 transmission, steering column, 1 seat, part of a console, dash shell, a broken in 2 piece (broken in the middle) Roush race front-end, a good lower front Roush spoiler, 2 Roush Hoods, a title and the rest of the Roush body cobbled onto the "Sunroof" Coupe body that has accident damage on the right front along with hacked out rear quarter panels.

    $1,000 buys it. I left it there without making an offer as I was afraid he might take it!

    Reality is that that car's "Worth" is in the nice Enkei wheels, a core 302, core C4 and the Motorsport speedo cluster. That's probably $1000 RETAIL at best! The Roush body work is rough and I doubt anyone would use it therefore not much if any value. The rest is worth what it weighs at the scale.

    Signing off on this "Trip" report!
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    Exactly. Thanks for the report Mike.
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    And the ad is now gone...
    83 5.0 GT. Quicker than it looks! 10:1 (or just over) 306, Motorsport a332 cam, 140A alt, t5 conv, 8.8 w/ 3.27's, Edel rpm, alum rad, very worked e7's, Holley SA carb, etc... SOLD IT!!!!

    Now have a 1981 Granada!

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