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 Can anyone tell me what kind of 1972 mustang this is?

 

I know is not a Mach 1. It could be a Sprint, but I haven't seen one with this bumper.

 

Body is in great shape, it should be a good restoration project. 

 

Thank you in advance.72-MUSTANG.jpg

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If you contact Marti Auto Reports, https://www.martiauto.com/martireports.cfm, for 18.00 you'll get a report that gives the basic information on the car. You'll need the VIN from the door or dash. If we had a picture of the data plate on the door, we could maybe give you some information for free.

 

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welcome from Delaware.

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If you contact Marti Auto Reports, https://www.martiauto.com/martireports.cfm, for 18.00 you'll get a report that gives the basic information on the car. You'll need the VIN from the door or dash. If we had a picture of the data plate on the door, we could maybe give you some information for free.

 

Steve

 

Thank you.

 

  Car is far away right now. Will see if I can get a pic of the dataplate.

I do have the VIN (serial) number: 2F02F10 if that,can help.

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welcome from Delaware.

Thank you.

 

 

Woow, that's a nice car.

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Welcome from Ohio. Looks like a good project car. As RV mentioned, your best bet is a Marti report for full details or you can decipher your using the following. https://7173mustangs.com/wiki/1972-mustangs/

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Kilgon

 

 

"The only dumb question is the one not asked"

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Welcome from Houston, TX! What is your VIN number?

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9-20-19-Mine-Again.jpg1972 Mach 1 351 Cleveland Ram Air, C6, 9 inch with 3.25 Posi, Sanderson Ceramic Headers, 2.5" dual H Pipe exhaust w/stainless tips, MSD Ignition, Edlelbrock 4BB Carb, Wilwood Front Discs, Summit Racing Rear Discs.

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Welcome from Ohio.  Looks like a good project car.  As RV mentioned, your best bet is a Marti report for full details or you can decipher your using the following. https://7173mustangs.com/wiki/1972-mustangs/

 

Thank you.

 

 

With regard to your signature: "The only dumb question is the one not asked"

 

I used to work as law enforcement, we had a morning meeting everyday befire we started a shift.

At the end of each meeting, however was in charge of the shift will always ask if anyone had any questions, followed by: Don't be afraid to asj, the only dumb question is the one not asked"

 

Well, happened that a new guy (on his late 70's), will always rise his hand and ask really dumb questions, every time. To the point that they were afraid to ask if anybody had questions, forgot about the statement of "The only dumb question is the one not asked", it was never said again.

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Welcome from Houston, TX!  What is your VIN number?

Thank you.

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Hello.

 

 Just signed up.

 

 Can anyone tell me what kind of 1972 mustang this is?

 

I know is not a Mach 1. It could be a Sprint, but I haven't seen one with this bumper.

 

Body is in great shape, it should be a good restoration project. 

 

Thank you in advance.72-MUSTANG.jpg

Hi 

 

Firstly welcome to a great group of Mustang miscreants. welcome anyhow ... nice machine btw

 

To attempt top answer to your question on one photo

 

.. it looks like "02"  body sportsroof, if fastback  .. usually 351 Cleveland 2V = H code engine 

the sprint had the poly front bumper and seat blue white knitted vinyl. 

...the wheels look original dog dish though. ... need more pics + VIN 

 

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Enjoy's searching out 71-73 history

 

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If you contact Marti Auto Reports, https://www.martiauto.com/martireports.cfm, for 18.00 you'll get a report that gives the basic information on the car. You'll need the VIN from the door or dash. If we had a picture of the data plate on the door, we could maybe give you some information for free.

 

Steve

 

Thank you.

 

  Car is far away right now. Will see if I can get a pic of the dataplate.

I do have the VIN (serial) number: 2F02F10 if that,can help.

VIN (serial) number: 2F02F10

2 = 1972

F = Dearborn Assembly plant

02 = Sports roof (Fastback)

F =302-2V  (2 valve)

10---- Consecutive unit number (normally 6 digits)

 

 

 

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If you contact Marti Auto Reports, https://www.martiauto.com/martireports.cfm, for 18.00 you'll get a report that gives the basic information on the car. You'll need the VIN from the door or dash. If we had a picture of the data plate on the door, we could maybe give you some information for free.

 

Steve

 

Thank you.

 

  Car is far away right now. Will see if I can get a pic of the dataplate.

I do have the VIN (serial) number: 2F02F10 if that,can help.

 

Levy,

 

This partial VIN tells me, it's an early 1972 Model Sportsroof, built in autumn 1971, that has left Dearborn with a 302-2V engine

 

No more to identify.

 

and a warm welcome to this forum from Germany.

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1972 Mach 1, 351C-2V, wimbledon white, blue all vinyl luxury

born in Dearborn, grown in the district of San José, spent a lifetime in California, moved to Germany in 2010

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Hello.

 

 Just signed up.

 

 Can anyone tell me what kind of 1972 mustang this is?

 

I know is not a Mach 1. It could be a Sprint, but I haven't seen one with this bumper.

 

Body is in great shape, it should be a good restoration project. 

 

Thank you in advance.72-MUSTANG.jpg

Hi 

 

Firstly welcome to a great group of Mustang miscreants. welcome anyhow ... nice machine btw

 

To attempt top answer to your question on one photo

 

.. it looks like "02"  body sportsroof, if fastback  .. usually 351 Cleveland 2V = H code engine 

the sprint had the poly front bumper and seat blue white knitted vinyl. 

...the wheels look original dog dish though. ... need more pics + VIN 

 

sprint.jpg

Doesn’t look like Sprint on outside, easy way is to check door sticker for trim = HB

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Hi 

 

Firstly welcome to a great group of Mustang miscreants. welcome anyhow ... nice machine btw

 

To attempt top answer to your question on one photo

 

.. it looks like "02"  body sportsroof, if fastback  .. usually 351 Cleveland 2V = H code engine 

the sprint had the poly front bumper and seat blue white knitted vinyl. 

...the wheels look original dog dish though. ... need more pics + VIN 

 

 

Thank you.

 

 Got the title, complete VIN: 2F02F104560

 

 

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If you contact Marti Auto Reports, https://www.martiauto.com/martireports.cfm, for 18.00 you'll get a report that gives the basic information on the car. You'll need the VIN from the door or dash. If we had a picture of the data plate on the door, we could maybe give you some information for free.

 

Steve

 

Thank you.

 

  Car is far away right now. Will see if I can get a pic of the dataplate.

I do have the VIN (serial) number: 2F02F10 if that,can help.

 

Levy,

 

This partial VIN tells me, it's an early 1972 Model Sportsroof, built in autumn 1971, that has left Dearborn with a 302-2V engine

 

No more to identify.

 

and a warm welcome to this forum from Germany.

 

Thank you.

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If you contact Marti Auto Reports, https://www.martiauto.com/martireports.cfm, for 18.00 you'll get a report that gives the basic information on the car. You'll need the VIN from the door or dash. If we had a picture of the data plate on the door, we could maybe give you some information for free.

 

Steve

 

Thank you.

 

  Car is far away right now. Will see if I can get a pic of the dataplate.

I do have the VIN (serial) number: 2F02F10 if that,can help.

VIN (serial) number: 2F02F10

2 = 1972

F = Dearborn Assembly plant

02 = Sports roof (Fastback)

F =302-2V  (2 valve)

10---- Consecutive unit number (normally 6 digits)

 

 

 

Welcome to the fun

 

Thank you much.

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Hello.

 

 Just signed up.

 

 Can anyone tell me what kind of 1972 mustang this is?

 

I know is not a Mach 1. It could be a Sprint, but I haven't seen one with this bumper.

 

Body is in great shape, it should be a good restoration project. 

 

Thank you in advance.72-MUSTANG.jpg

http://www.lovingcreek.com/sprint/dataplatecodes.htm


9-20-19-Mine-Again.jpg1972 Mach 1 351 Cleveland Ram Air, C6, 9 inch with 3.25 Posi, Sanderson Ceramic Headers, 2.5" dual H Pipe exhaust w/stainless tips, MSD Ignition, Edlelbrock 4BB Carb, Wilwood Front Discs, Summit Racing Rear Discs.

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Hi and welcome from PA. It looks like a great car to fix up as you like. Great to see!

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Hi and welcome from PA.  It looks like a great car to fix up as you like.  Great to see!

 

Thank you

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This is the dataplate:

 

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Warranty Number: 2F02F104560

Year:

2

1972

Plant:

F

Dearborn, MI

Body Series:

02

SportsRoof

Engine:

F

302 2v V8

Unit:

104560

104560

 

 

Miscellaneous Vehicle Data

Body:

63D

SportsRoof

Color:

6E

Medium Bright Yellow

Trim:

AF

Ginger All Vinyl, Standard Interior

Date:

 

 

D.S.O:

71

Los Angeles

Axle:

6

3.00:1, Conventional

Trans:

W

C4 Automatic

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6E = medium bright yellow

 

Thank you.

 

That explains the yellow interior.

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Welcome to the forum from North Carolina. BTW there was never a yellow interior, lol.

The bumper guards on the chrome bumper was common in the day..

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When a man is in the woods and talks and no women are there is he still wrong??:P

David

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6E = medium bright yellow

 

Thank you.

 

That explains the yellow interior.

 

Levy -- thank you for bring this one into the forums .. I'd say that is worth restoring back to original, and in here you have a heap of peeps that can help ... parts, advice, tech etc.

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Welcome to the forum from North Carolina. BTW there was never a yellow interior, lol.

The bumper guards on the chrome bumper was common in the day..

 

Thank you.

 

 I forgot you guys haven't seen the car, the carpet was removed, the metal under the carpet is yellow!  :D

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