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post #1 of 13 Old 01-01-2007, 06:22 PM Thread Starter
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1965 mustang fastback tube chassis project

Alston 2X3 mild steel kit. Strut front, ladder bar rear. Steel roof and quarters all the rest fiberglass. I don't have a title, but you can get one from Broadway Title in New York. You need to have fabrication skills to finish this car or pay to have it done. Most of the hard work is done. I have more pics if you need them.

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please send pics to [email protected] thanks.

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what's the specs on the falcon to get to the 2850 weight
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actual wieght is 2650. Tube chassis does the trick.
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How much are you asking? I work in Baltimore and would like to see the car, can this be arrainged?
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$6000 OBO I might take a trade.
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is there any chromoly in it or is it all mild steel?
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His ad says Alston 2x3 Mild steel chassis

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reduced!!

$5,000 last time.
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Is round tubing mild steel or chromoly? Do you have any pictures of front cap? Are doors and front cap mounted and functional? Do doors use factory hinges or? Rear springs/shocks do not look like they are even hooked up -- what supports rear of car? Are rear quarters in good shape? Is there any damage to drivers side quarter at the bottom just in front of tire? front cap pics to...
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what is the chassis of the falcon? how much rectangular, square, and round tubing and how much mild or chromoly?

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Can you send me Pics, [email protected] Thanks Gary
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