70 SPORT FURY GT 440-6 V CODE TX9/TX9 project

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    1970 Plymouth Sport Fury GT, super rare ...............FACTORY ..V code 440+6 car.................. PH23VOF143370, has original fender tag, door sticker ,broadcast sheet, WINDOW STICKER, ORDER SHEET, ORIGINAL TITLE, ORIG OWNER HISTORY, car is black with black int and white strobe stripes, column shift , bench seat car, still wearing whats left of its original paint and is 1 of 7 known real V codes, [ there is 11 vins known]...,now the bad, car needs total restoration! car is rusty and was wrecked in RF fender and suspension early in life, probably the only V code fury GT in this color combo.. THIS CAR WAS SPECIAL ORDERED!...this is a big project ,but once restored will be the only one on the planet like it..so if you are seeking a car that is so elusive most dont even know of their existance this may be for you. 14.9K OBRO..other parts avail for sale seperately.. inquire.. will also TRADE for RESTORED mopar musclecar... call and lets talk dan .....have 1 other also availiable.. NOT INCLUDED in price..EXTRA $$$.. ADDED PICS OF IT ALSO ....similar condition but has matching trans still..PH23VOD105485 [THIS IS THE YELLOW/BLACK 70 Y28 PROMO CAR], 253 852 6618
    $14.995 obo 253 852 6618 ...... SEATTLE,wa
    $14,995 obo

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    Welcome, back, Dan. AGAIN! [​IMG]
    Thank gawd you still have that thing or we'd never see you...:poke:
     
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    That fell on def ears
     
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    i thought you guys bought new mustangs? OPS sorry wasn't supposed to let that cat out of the bag was i?
     
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    WOW.....!!!! What a bargain.......:laughing1:

    15K to buy it....25K to fix it..... Worth 35K all day long.... We must have gone to different schools.
     
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    If there is a decent running and driving v-code SFGT: Let me know. I will buy it. Even if it is green
     
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    Get in line..........!!!!:poke:

    This car may be your only shot...... The math just dosen't add up right.
     
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    I wouldn't do a rebody

    But it is hard to say if it is possible to save it. Pics from the rearframerails etc would be needed.
    But I will leave those requests to seriously interestet parties
     
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    sorry I forgot the important part in my post:

    If there is a nice, decent running and driving v-code SFGT for 35k$: Let me know I will buy it
     
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    as you have found out.. there isn't even any LOWLY T code 350 HP GT's in that price range!...and if there is a running V code out there somewhere sure hope someone finds it someday... a few being restored right now though... restored 100-125K MINIMUM is what you will pay to be an owner...
     
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    And where does that number come from? How many have sold for numbers to compare it to?
     
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    there is a T code, check his other posting
     
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    restored 100-125K MINIMUM is what you will pay to be an owner...


    http://collectorcarmarket.com/menus/ccmprcs/70plfugt.html

    I seriously doubt one of those cars in any condition will ever come close to that number.
    Yeah..... Their rare...... Rarity dosen't necessarly dictate value..... Desireability when new is a better indicator. In 1970 everyone wanted a 6bbl runner or six pack Bee.... or a Hemi. A giant C body with three carbs just lacked appeal to the "go fast" set.

    I think a strong #2 car will pull 35K in all reality. A #1, CORRECTLY restored trailer queen.... remains to be seen.

     
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    Dan I found some T-code SFGTs in various states and conditions. I am just picky now and want a blue one, no compromises unless it is cheap.
     
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    this PRICE FIGURE came from OWNERS of V code fury GT's for what they will sell their's for once restored... if you want one ...you're gonna have to pay to get one... or simply GO WITHOUT... or you can always build a clone....
     
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    I am fine with a T-code, no need for a v-code.
     
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    I had 3 carbs on a 71 polara....all due respect Dan, no big deal
     
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    Somewhat true will but a 71 hemi cuda ragtop everyone wants, how many of those? Eleven?
     
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