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15 hours ago, twobjshelbys said:

Are those current or 10-year-old pics?  Al is correct about the SAAC forum - they are focused on that generation.

Current, not sure what its worth sitting like this. if its a true GT350 its going to be hard to pass up. it needs to be saved.

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You could dump a whole lot of money.  There's rust everywhere.  These are not $1M cars.  You'll spend way more than you'll ever get for a restoration.   If you could get it for hauling it away you might have something that could become a daily driver but the guy selling it probably thinks it's going to fund his retirement program. 

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21 minutes ago, twobjshelbys said:

You could dump a whole lot of money.  There's rust everywhere.  These are not $1M cars.  You'll spend way more than you'll ever get for a restoration.   If you could get it for hauling it away you might have something that could become a daily driver but the guy selling it probably thinks it's going to fund his retirement program. 

hes asking 10k, i was thinking half that.

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1 hour ago, Thomas Smith said:

hes asking 10k, i was thinking half that.

I'd think half of that half...     Or what you could part it out at. 

 

PS, if the guy that was parking cars on grass is reading this topic, look at the photos above.  That's what you get.

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It will cost low six figures to bring back to life and could be worth it  if the new owner is able to put in a lot o the time and labor themselves and since if it is original and has the original drive train.  It will definitely be fu to enjoy when done.  Otherwise, buy it, clean it up and flip it to an interested party that would like to restore it.  😎

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1 hour ago, SFM5S141 said:

There was a discussion about this vin on vintage-mustang.com March 29, 2007

Yeah, and from the sound of it this VIN (actually, the CSM number) lives on MANY GT350s. 

 

So once again, the advice to the OP is to contact the GT350 registrar WITH THE VEHICLE'S VIN.  They will verify if the car is/was a real GT350 (which seems doubtful now.)

 

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