'69 GT500

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Cougars_R_Grr8
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Re: '69 GT500

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Post by Cougars_R_Grr8 » 18 May 2016, 17:44

I wish I could have a $102.40 per month car payment...
'68 Standard Cougar - 302 4v J Code 4 spd (1 of 536) *SOLD*
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Re: '69 GT500

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Post by Al Bundy » 18 May 2016, 19:38

Cougars_R_Grr8 wrote:I wish I could have a $102.40 per month car payment...
I'm sure you could. Just not for anything you'd want.
1974 Dodge Dart - daily driver
1963 Thunderbird Z code - raven black/red
1968 XR7 F code - diamond blue/blue
1968 XR7 J code - black/red
1968 J code - madras blue/aqua
1968 XR7 X code - lime frost/dark ivy gold
1968 GT-E XR7 W code prototype no. 500033 - cardinal red/black

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Re: '69 GT500

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Post by 69XR7Ragtop » 18 May 2016, 20:51

Borrow 6k from the bank to complete a few projects on the Cougar and pay it back over 5 years.....then you too could have a $102 car note. :lol:
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Re: '69 GT500

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Post by Cougars_R_Grr8 » 18 May 2016, 20:51

I bought a used Beretta for the lowest payment I ever paid of $197.00 per month.
'68 Standard Cougar - 302 4v J Code 4 spd (1 of 536) *SOLD*
'73 F250 XLT Ranger - 390 *Also SOLD*
'63 F100 Stepside - *NEW PROJECT*
'14 Camaro SS vert
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Re: '69 GT500

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Post by guitar74 » 19 May 2016, 14:26

Wife's Fiesta is $178/mo

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Post by JB BATTERSHILL » 19 May 2016, 15:10

I bought my beretta 380 brand new and it was under $500. I paid cash.

Boy are we off topic...

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Post by CougarCJ » 19 May 2016, 17:23

I bought a Beretta too, Model 92FS was like $425.
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Re: '69 GT500

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Post by OldWood » 17 May 2017, 07:54

My first two cars were 66 Mustangs. Then two 68 Cougars. I still had my two tone 68 when I bought a 67 Shelby GT 500 4 speed in pieces.
A month later bought my wife a 66 GT 4 speed 289 4bbl. I kept my Cougar.
My wife's GT was stolen and a long story on the Shelby. Short version, surprise baby and sold it to pay hospital bills but a LOT more involved.
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I love the 69-70 and really like your car, Gorgeous.
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1969 Vert 351 W
1971 Ranchero Country Squire 351 C 4bbl
1972 Norton 750 Combat
1995 Bronco
1996 F250

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Re: '69 GT500

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Post by DeadStang » 17 May 2017, 08:59

If that's the Shelby I think it is, it was well bought! 8-) VERY nice ride.

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Re: '69 GT500

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Post by OldWood » 17 May 2017, 09:19

If you are talking about mine, it was too well bought!!! # 171, early 67.
1968 XR7 428CJ
1969 Vert 351 W
1971 Ranchero Country Squire 351 C 4bbl
1972 Norton 750 Combat
1995 Bronco
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