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    AvatarAnonymous
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    I was just wondering.

    On one of the other forums that I frequent (Vintage Mustang Forums, VMF), a poster was ranting and raving about buying and selling on craigslist. Low and behold, I find that we have one here locally.

    I found a 1967 Ford Galaxie convertible in Montello that I have taken an interest in. Allowing for the seller to contact me this weekend, I plan to drive up and take a look at it.

    I haven’t spent alot of time on craigslist, but so far, I am pretty impressed with what I have seen.

    Marshall

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  • #28061
    Amigo2kAmigo2k
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    #28062
    GaribaldiGaribaldi
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    I recently posted a couple things on craigslist, I’m suprised at how easy and efficient it is to use! Much better than sites like fsbomadison in my opinion

    #28063
    AvatarAnonymous
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    Glad to hear it, Garabaldi! I have been using this site for a couple of weeks now, and actually found a music instructor/tutor for my daughter on craigslist who comes to our house and actually charges much less than the music stores, and gives 45 to 60 minute lessons instead of the usual 30 minute lessons.

    I have also been watching several top of the line Snap-On and Mac tools tool boxes also. I haven’t bought one yet, but the prices that I have seen on craigslist will be hard to beat anywhere else.

    Marshall

    #28064
    Amigo2kAmigo2k
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    http://madison.craigslist.org/car/274864836.html
    ’65 Mustang Coupe – $4200

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    #28065
    GaribaldiGaribaldi
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    Marshall,

    How does that Mustang compare to yours?

    #28066
    AvatarAnonymous
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    If you are referring to the red 67 GTA, it would be much more desirable than a 65 or 66 since it has a big block (390HP). On the downside, OE would have been an automatic transmission. It seems that 67 are favored by those looking for that “Eleanor” look in a car. Putting the package all together though – red, fastback, big block motor, less than 90,000 original miles = big money!

    Marshall

    #28067
    Amigo2kAmigo2k
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    http://madison.craigslist.org/car/275043561.html

    1964 Pontiac Grand Prix Original 306hp. 389 V-8 – $10500

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    #28068
    GaribaldiGaribaldi
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    If you are referring to the red 67 GTA, it would be much more desirable than a 65 or 66 since it has a big block (390HP). On the downside, OE would have been an automatic transmission. It seems that 67 are favored by those looking for that “Eleanor” look in a car. Putting the package all together though – red, fastback, big block motor, less than 90,000 original miles = big money!

    Marshall

    Resale red will definitely do it! I’m going to be very interested to see how much this one goes for, thanks for the info!

    I was also wondering about the one Amigo2k linked above:

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    Amigo2kAmigo2k
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    http://madison.craigslist.org/car/275965261.html
    1971 VW SuperBeetle! – $2700

    #28070
    GTO ManGTO Man
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    http://madison.craigslist.org/car/275043561.html

    1964 Pontiac Grand Prix Original 306hp. 389 V-8 – $10500

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    Interesting car. I wouldn’t mind looking at this one. I believe ’63 was the first year of the Grand Prix.

    #28071
    GaribaldiGaribaldi
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    Thinking about adding another one to your collection? icon_headbang.gif

    #28072
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    The 1966 Pontiac Grand Prix at the US Marshal’s Auction today (white with red interior, 92,000 original miles) brought 15K and it was a nice driver quality car, or better.

    Marshall

    #28073
    Amigo2kAmigo2k
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    Thinking about adding another one to your collection? icon_headbang.gif

    Ah, no. If I was going to pick up a second car it would be a 60’s Malibu. My dad owned a 64 (new) and a 70 (new), so I think it would be nice to own one of his old rides.

    #28074
    GaribaldiGaribaldi
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    Ah, no. If I was going to pick up a second car it would be a 60’s Malibu. My dad owned a 64 (new) and a 70 (new), so I think it would be nice to own one of his old rides.

    That would be nice, you don’t see a lot of those at the shows.

    Marshall,

    Thanks for the updates on the auction! You were brave enough to tough out the weather, it certainly wasn’t relenting at all today! That was a nice Grand Prix, seemed like it was in good shape

    #28075
    Amigo2kAmigo2k
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    http://madison.craigslist.org/car/276823681.html

    Rare – 1977 Can AM Pontiac

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    For Sale: 1977 Pontiac Can AM This is a very rare car 1 of 3,143 ever made. Second owner. 69,294.6 Original miles. All Numbers matching. All Original. Drive anywhere Runs very Good. Mag’s also available. $6000.00 Neg.

    history about the car:

    http://www.angelfire.com/wa/angryclown/CanAmHistory.html

    here is another one that was recently posted in similar condition in MN, they want 17800:

    http://www.cars-on-line.com/22843.html

    Here is one in Milwaukee that sold for 16K:
    http://www.cars-on-line.com/26734.html

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