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My friend Paul has this picture of this car...from the 1980's.
Looked quite a bit better 14 years ago...
As seen on Facebook, car is in Michigan. Seems reasonably priced for what it is. I can't say I have seen a lot of these cars around.
I am not sure what I would recommend. I would just see what I could find. There are lots of options. Its too bad you didn't have something...
I know it doesn't show available in the brochure for the 1970 Fury lineup. But that's what it is coded for.
This one happens to be EA9. Later build Sales Bank car.
I don't ever recall seeing a 1970 Sport Fury in EA9...anyone have a picture of one?
Its coded H4XW, so white bench seat interior car originally....
This car was originally EA9, but has been white for a long time.[ATTACH]
If you eliminate the exhaust as being an issue and the engine itself is in good mechanical condition (if you haven't...a compression test may be...
It means he figures someone is interested in your car.
I agree...not quite sure why he is busting his chops. Especially considering he doesnt even have genuine interest in the car. Makes no sense
Good to know.
Congrats on the sale, that is a good looking machine.
Congratulations, you simply are a machine. I can appreciate your enthusiasm for these cars. They are lucky to get to you.
I too would pay the extra $100 and move on.
$1200 seems pretty reasonable to me for hauling a car that distance.
Hmmm pretty tempting. Cool car for sure. Good luck with the sale.
Was that rim blow steering wheel sitting on a dirt floor? Nice haul, congrats!
I always liked those front side markers on the 1970 Sport Fury's.
What a beauty that is. Very nice!
Thanks, I'd like to see the pictures of the wheels on the car too...before that question took on a life of its own.
I really like the colour combo especially the pewter interior. Sharp looking car. Can you do me a favour and take a picture of the wheels by the...