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Old 2013-02-20, 20:19 PM   #1
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Not mine and really looks like more of a parts car, but maybe someone can save it from a "derby car" fate! Located in Burns, Oregon.

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Body is in fair condition, small amounts of rust, hood is dinged in front, windows are broken. The 260 V8 is torn apart in the back of the car. I do have the title. It will become a derby car if it does not sell as is. I just wanted to offer it in case someone wants a builder.

Jerry 541-589-3756
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Old 2013-02-21, 00:57 AM   #2
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In the words of Arte Johnson, on Laugh In, Veddy Intelestink! I would love to see this one saved. The good thing is because of the parts available for the Mustang, most of the parts are readily and inexpensively available.
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Old 2013-02-21, 04:36 AM   #3
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Intermediates are way to small for derby cars.
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Enter it in the demo derby and let it go out in a blaze of crushed glory embedded in the grill of a '64 Chrysler Imperial.
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Old 2013-02-21, 08:14 AM   #5
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"The 260 V8 is torn apart in the back of the car"

I would think the amount of work it would take to get this thing running would deter anyone from making it a derby car.

Looks like it's saveable, although it might be hard to find all of the glass that it needs.
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There are derbies for intermediate and small cars, too. It's not a big-car game anymore. Even pickups and school buses. Nothing is safe.
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How many years has it been sitting in the weather on dirt with missing/broken windows? I'm seeing a holy grail of a parts car for some one, but nothing worth restoring.
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Old 2013-02-23, 02:41 AM   #9
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In the words of Arte Johnson, on Laugh In, Veddy Intelestink! I would love to see this one saved. The good thing is because of the parts available for the Mustang, most of the car parts are readily and inexpensively available.
Which parts are available now? I am iterested as prices are fair

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Which parts are available now? I am iterested as prices are fair

Anything mechanical is going to be standard Mustang, so is available easily. Body parts are going to be a challenge, with the exception of the floor pans. The Mustang pans will likely fit, but will need to be modified, or lengthened. The front wind screen may be the same as the Mustang as well. Side glass and tail gate glass will all be difficult, as they are specific to the Fairlane and more than likely, the Meteor/Comet as well.
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