Re: mint 1965 Ford Mustang Car for sale, $1,500

I serioulsy doubt this is a serious post. A 1965 Mustang, 6-cylinder , mint, is more of a $10,000 car than a $1,500 car. Could be a scam or a stolen vehicle, don't send money ahead of time. Make sure you
see the car and the title before you put down anything.
Alan Moore Dallas, TX
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Occupant wrote:

Good point. Unless the seller is subscribing to the internet definition of "mint". You know, 350,000 actual miles (spedometer stopped working at 255,910). Rust only in the rockers, wheelwells, under rear window, trunk floor, foorwells, cowl, torque boxes, aprons, trunk lid, lower quarters, lower doors, lower front fenders, front subframe, rear subframe, a pillars, c pillars, hood. Original engine (at bottom of lake, third junkyard replacement in car. Back seat of car that is). Trans? Yes! In back seat. Original title (from 1978 Volarie. Mustang title missing, presumed at bottom of lake). Pony interior (a pony shit on what's left of the front seat).

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