WTB 67-68 GT

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Re: WTB 67-68 GT

Post by BAC » 14 May 2017, 07:43

Last year there was someone on here helping to sell his Dad's black X code which looked to be in pretty decent original shape. From memory they were willing to let it go for $15K so I would use that as a starting point for any negotiations.
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Re: WTB 67-68 GT

Post by mhasemann » 24 Jun 2017, 14:03

Got one! Nice original unrestored XR-7 GT. Same guy owned it since at least 1978 (found registrations back that far anyways) and looks like it's never been messed with. Was on CL, out of the Seattle area.
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Re: WTB 67-68 GT

Post by badcatt » 24 Jun 2017, 18:18

mhasemann wrote:
24 Jun 2017, 14:03
Got one! Nice original unrestored XR-7 GT. Same guy owned it since at least 1978 (found registrations back that far anyways) and looks like it's never been messed with. Was on CL, out of the Seattle area.
I'm glad to see this one moving on to new owners. I know several people had tried to get it and failed.
Neal Jacobson.
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Re: WTB 67-68 GT

Post by mo2872 » 26 Jun 2017, 07:29

Excellent!
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Re: WTB 67-68 GT

Post by Socalef9 » 26 Jun 2017, 21:17

That's a beauty! Right off the bat, what does she need?

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Re: WTB 67-68 GT

Post by mhasemann » 26 Jun 2017, 22:07

Socalef9 wrote:
26 Jun 2017, 21:17
That's a beauty! Right off the bat, what does she need?
Just restoration work. It shows 86,000 miles, and I believe it's never turned over. The brakes aren't working because everything has dried out from sitting too long. As soon as I get them fixed, I'll take it for a ride and see what else is needed mechanically. Paint appears all original.

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