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Knight Passions
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Finding (rich) car collector

on Fri Nov 25, 2016 5:38 pm
A question about someting completely different, is here anyone that knows a (rich) car collector?...from classic cars for example.

I have a special car that I need to sell and any help would be more then welcome.
If you can get a serious buyer for my car who will pay my price, you will receive two larges packages for your car with all parts that you need to convert your Pontiac! (front nose, dashboard, switch pod unit, "gullwing" steering wheel, lower console, overhead console, set hubcaps and a tail light blackout)
Black T Top
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Re: Finding (rich) car collector

on Tue Jan 03, 2017 1:05 pm
I know a guy with a few Ferraris and and a 911 that he races......pm me what it is and your price and I'll ask him if he'd be interested.
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Re: Finding (rich) car collector

on Wed Jan 04, 2017 10:56 pm
Yeah, some details of the car would help us identify who may be intersted. Make, Model, Pics to show them.

Peter

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Knight Passions
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Re: Finding (rich) car collector

on Sat Feb 04, 2017 9:24 pm
I'm very late with responding, sorry!

I have a lot of photos from the Mustang here...
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It's a 1964 Ford Mustang convertible with a restored 289 , 4,7 liter engine and a 3-speed manual transmission.

The color "Tropical turquoise" is it's original color and is unique, because at that time it was only avaiable as custom order.

The car is a completely body off restoration.
New windshield, interior, convertible top, chrome parts, tires, fuel tank, exhaust, etc.

The price is 50.000,- euro / 43006,- GBP.
It's the same car as in the James Bond movie "Thunderball". Smile

If there are anymore questions, just let me know!
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pbryant_knight
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Re: Finding (rich) car collector

on Sun Feb 05, 2017 5:50 pm
Thats an awesome looking car. The restoration job is amazing, right down to the underneath floor pans that have been colour coded.

Nice job.

Peter

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Knight Passions
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Re: Finding (rich) car collector

on Sun Feb 05, 2017 10:54 pm
Thanks!

It costed a fortune, but if you do something like this, you have to do it right. Smile

It's actually a brand new car again.
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Re: Finding (rich) car collector

on Thu Feb 09, 2017 10:35 pm
Wow, that classic Mustang looks indeed perfect, excellent restoration Smile
Sadly I don't know any rich people, but if I did, I'd definetely recommend to check out that Mustang.
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