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Speedbird

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  1. When buying any kind of investment the profit in a lot of cases in made at the time of purchase. For example, I bought my 1973 Mustang 351 convertible for $7800.00. I'm putting about $2000.00 in upgrades etc. into the car. Based on sold comparables I expect to resell the car for around $12000.00 once I've had my fun with it. The rule of "buying right" applies to most classic cars if you want to make a profit.
  2. "this car is bad to the bone..." I think someone should throw it a bone!
  3. Hi BKDunha, I'd like to thank you and the other members for welcoming me to the forum. You would be surprised how mild the Vancouver climate is. One could drive their convertible at least 7 months of the year. We share a similiar climate with Seattle which is more wet than cold in the winter months. To hit all the snow and cold temperatures you need to travel further north and east into the province. You'll have to come and visit our area someday. :)
  4. Hi Guys, My name is Noel and I live in the Metro Vancouver area of British Columbia. I'm a retired industrial pipefitter. I decided a few months ago to buy a 1973 Mustang convertible. So now I have a fun project to work on. The body is in really good shape, however, the interior requires lots of work. I'm currently in the process of upgrading the interior etc. I'm really glad to discover the wonderful website and forum. I look forward to participating in future threads and topics.
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