68 GT 4 Speed

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68 GT 4 Speed

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Just curious what the going rate is for the 68 GT with a 4 speed and what is currently available.
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Wow, lots of things gone wrong with that one.
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Al Bundy wrote:
11 Sep 2019, 11:12
Wow, lots of things gone wrong with that one.
Yes, needs some correct parts, interior work and general TLC for sure. I think if you want to put the time into it parts wise you would be Ok around that asking price. My guess the top of the market for a really nice 68 XR7 GT 4 speed would be around $35,000.
Brian Carpenter, President CATS classic Cougar club
67 Cougar road course racer
67 Cougar project car
67 Cougar GT
68 XR7-G trailer queen restoration.
68 Restomod
69 Boss 302 Eliminator
69 XR7 390 survivor
69 XR7 428CJ 4spd
69 standard convertible
70 Boss 302 Mustang
1993 Harley Davidson
2004 F250 diesel
2004 Jeep Overland 4.7L H.O.
78 Ford F 150 Ranger
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Crazy that this Cougar is here in Arizona and I have never seen it before. Looks solid, and if someone is serious I can check it out for them.
I would think a top notch 390 GT 4 speed Cougar XR7 could possibly bring as much as $50K with good options and desirable color combo.

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Anyone notice the front side marker lights in the rear quarters?
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How about the door panels? Seems like a lot has been changed on this car.
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drcougar wrote:
21 Sep 2019, 08:54
Anyone notice the front side marker lights in the rear quarters?
That’s odd, I wonder if they are wired to act as turn signals or lighted marker lights. That’s not easy to reverse without body work
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