Thread: For Sale Rhonda's Old T-Code for Sale
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Old 05/17/2017, 08:05 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by ratrodgta View Post
It seems cheap,,,,would the non-originality, or perhaps the color scheme determine the price.....
Probably the non-originality is the biggest factor determining price, along with the fact that it was a 6-cylinder car to begin with. I see some paint flaws as well. A lot of guys don't care about that stuff and just want a driver, but for a special model, those things seem to weight heavier in dragging prices down than for a run-of-the-mill '68 Mustang IMO.
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