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Old 10-18-2005, 21:01   #1 (permalink)
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OT - FS 2003 Mustang Body-in-White

'03 Mustang Body in White.


Bought new in spring of '03. Sat outside, high on and dry on
pallets/cribbing and shrinkwrapped ever since. Includes complete BIW
body shell, front inner header panel, fenders, hood, doors, roof
rails/strips, decklid and K-frame.


Other than faded primer and some tape glue its in great shape and
unmolested. Ready for your race car project!


Located in Western/Central NY.


$2500.00


E-mail me at Keller...@hotmail.com


-Mike.

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Old 10-19-2005, 23:01   #2 (permalink)
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What's going on Mike? Did you guys decide to can that project?

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<keller428@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> '03 Mustang Body in White.
>
>
> Bought new in spring of '03. Sat outside, high on and dry on
> pallets/cribbing and shrinkwrapped ever since. Includes complete BIW
> body shell, front inner header panel, fenders, hood, doors, roof
> rails/strips, decklid and K-frame.
>
>
> Other than faded primer and some tape glue its in great shape and
> unmolested. Ready for your race car project!
>
>
> Located in Western/Central NY.
>
>
> $2500.00
>
>
> E-mail me at Keller...@hotmail.com
>
>
> -Mike.
>



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Old 10-20-2005, 15:01   #3 (permalink)
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Its just a feeler right now. Play/car money is a little tight for me
and if I get the right money for the BIW I'll let it go......otherwise
I'll keep it. Same goes for my '69 F100 short box Ranger. I'm dolling
it up and I'm gonna try and get 3500 out of it.....otherwise I'll keep
fixing it over the winter and then maybe haul it down to Carlisle in
the Spring or to the All-Ford nationals.

I want to get my '48 ford Tudor "Surf-Rod" driveable before spring and
my son, my dad and I are building a traditional Model-A coupe ('49 8BA
flathead, '50 Merc OD trans, etc). These will take some good chunks of
cash to meet our build goals this winter.

The SVT-F is such a no-brainer to drive fast at the track with I'd
rather stick with it for now. Aaron, my son, will be 18 for next years
open track events and he'll probably use Focus to drive the Glen.....of
course if I come across a pile of cheap '03 Mustang parts then there's
a good chance I'll keep going on the 'stang project.

-Mike.

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