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JasonB

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I doubt have one right now
Hello, new to this site. I'm wanting to know if anybody in here would have a line on 72 Mach 1 similar to the one I put in profile pic. That is my parents 72 they still have that they bought new. Unfortunately it is rotting away in there garage... it's been a work in progress since probably 1984... and had simply fallen by the wayside due to life issues and at this point may be too far gone. I've been looking for a couple years now and the Wimbelton White ones I find don't have the white interior... and if they do, they were already sold. I posted a couple pics of their interior and I'm simply looking for the closest I can get to theirs...Any leads would be appreciated. Thank you
 

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Sheriff41

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Howdy and welcome from Texas! Best of luck in your search.
 
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Welcome from Texas! How bad is your parents car? Can't tell from the photos, interior seems to be all there, seems like you are missing the drivers side door, and the rear glass is off the car. Car looks like it was well optioned. Please be aware that if it is rusty almost all the metal is available as reproduction parts, and it can most probably be fixed. The sentimental value of that car is priceless, it is your parents car, they bought it new, and you still have it, some people would kill to have a car like that in any condition.
 
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1971 Mustang Mach 1 351c FMX trans and 9 inch rear end
Welcome from Chicago! I agree with @71ProjectJunk and @mjseakan also. It looks like a very well optioned car and most of the parts will need are being made. You could take the 15-20g you would spend on a decent car and spend it on the actual car you are trying to replace. Also that decent car will need another 1-20g to make it "right". I spent 6 grand on a roller solid roller with no engine and most of the parts in rubber-maid containers to get a solid platform. I don't know what your level of mechanical knowledge is, but if you can do some or most of the work you can cut resto cost down. Just my two cents worth, I like building them not buying them already built.
 
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