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She’s at the front of the collection. The curator told me that the mechanic on staff stopped dead in his tracks as he walked by...any member’s in the area want to see it, PM me and I’ll be happy to work something out with the museum. 

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Don't take this wrong but not a very correct car for sure. If a Mach 1 no chrome fender and hood extensions. If a Mach 1 rubber bumper unless non factory color. The hood black out is all wrong shape and shine. This is an original car so hood is how it should look. Was in the Mustang Owner's Museum for 6 months was going to be part of inside display at the PITS and then to Floyd Garrett Muscle Car Museum but virus shut that down. A survivor car not painted.

 

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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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