For Sale 69 Vip not mine, not real?

C Body Mopars For Sale

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  1. Rustyrodknocker

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    I believe it's real although I've never personally had eyes on. Dan is a member here and that's his car. @ph23vo
     
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    I think the car is real enough. Not sure about that site. I found it by googling pics of 69 furys.
     
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    He's had it for sale for quite a while. Price was above my paygrade, which may be why it's not listed.
     
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    It needs a lot of work and the price was high and it has been for sale for many years.
     
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    It is one sexy car for sure ............

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  7. 68PK21 440.6bbl

    68PK21 440.6bbl Old Man with a Hat

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    I think the only place this car hasn't been advertised on the 'net is China an Iran.... ;))

    This one looks better :poke:

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    it actually just needs the usual restoration.. not a ton of work as stated above.. runs and drives fine as-is.. real and rare
     
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    why do the rims look photo shopped in that picture????
     
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    That usual restoration stuff in the pictures will be at least another $10k, though.
     
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    try 25-30k.....restoring cars is not cheap anymore
     
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    That was my point.
    We've got a 40k-mile 68 VIP L-code fasttop (in quite decent condition) in a recent thread with an asking price of $16k.
     
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    68's are really hard to sell though...much smaller following than 69's..still cost the same to restore though..good luck
     
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    I've owned Fuseys and Slabs for 25 years and that's the first I've heard of that, to suggest will people step over a nice 68 to get a 69 that still needs tons of work.
     
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    good luck
     
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    If I ever get a 69 Fusey again, I'm putting the Kelsey Hayes wheels on it. Great look on the C bodies.

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    The fuselage audience is quite a bit bigger I’d say but I’m a slab guy all the way. Much more character in the slabs.
     
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    You're the one asking $13k while admitting it needs, not at least $10k more work, but $25-30k. Why do you keep telling me 'good luck'???
     
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    good luck in your sale!...i don't need to sell...i have all my projects for sale until i get to them.. i n case someone else wants it more than i do
     
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