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    1970 Sport Fury GT - $2500

    This one was quite the car back in the day:

    http://charlottesville.craigslist.or...090821448.html

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    Geez, no interior, no motor or box and it doesnt look like it has any rear axle either, i wont even mention the state of the body, hey i am not scared of rust, but tie that in with the price and i will not waste my time, is there anybody who would?

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    Wow, too bad it's missing most of it, really well optioned car.

    PH23:
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    High
    2 Door Hardtop

    T0F: Unknown
    1970
    Newark, DE, USA

    144167: Sequence number

    E85: 440 cid 4 barrel V8 350hp
    D32: Heavy Duty Automatic Transmission
    EB7: Medium Blue Metallic Exterior Color
    H4XW: Trim - High, Vinyl Split Bench Seat, Black/White
    EW1: White Int. Door Frames
    A16: Build Date: October 16
    149414: Order number

    EB7: Medium Blue Metallic Top Color
    A01: Light Package
    A52: Sport Fury GT
    G31: OS RH Manual Standard Mirror
    H51: Air Conditioning with Heater
    L31: Hood/Fender Mounted Turn Signals

    E42: ?
    M25: Wide sill moldings
    M26: Wheel Lip Moldings
    M31: Belt Moldings
    P45: Power Deck Lid Release
    R11: Radio Solid State AM (2 Watts)

    26: 26in Radiator
    END: End of Sales Codes

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    There's a thread on this one on C body Dry dock. I talked to the guy a few weeks back on the car when it was first advertised. It's been sitting like that in a salvage yard for 30 years. In the mud. There is no rearend, no drivetrain whatsoever. No interior. No title. No nuthin'. It may be worth digging out for about a third of the asking price in my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gts95 View Post
    There's a thread on this one on C body Dry dock. I talked to the guy a few weeks back on the car when it was first advertised. It's been sitting like that in a salvage yard for 30 years. In the mud. There is no rearend, no drivetrain whatsoever. No interior. No title. No nuthin'. It may be worth digging out for about a third of the asking price in my opinion.
    Im thinking a third is generous

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    I talked to the guy awhile back myself. From my discussion, he would likely take any offer at this point. If I lived anywhere within 500 miles of the car, I would have probably just gone down there with my trailer and winched it on and gone from there. I think he might even consider a third of the asking price. I would like to see it saved, but since I live on the opposite side of the country, it is not an option for me even at no cost for the car itself.

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    still a great fender tag.
    A car to buy and throw it on a shelf. But getting it back on the road? Puuuuuh

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    I was also wondering why the brake lines to the master cylinder go outward towards the engine rather than toward the fender? Maybe they installed a B body Hemi master cylinder and made the lines fit at some point in its life.

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    A nice full fende tag... good colors. Shes toast if shes been sitting in the dirt that long

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    Oh the possibilities, with enough time and money of course. One of my favorites with hide away headlights.

    "The kind of car your kids will want when they grow up." Ain't it the truth...

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