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Old 11-10-2003, 06:37 PM
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mustang II ifs

would an original mustang II front end work as a donor and if so what would one be worth?

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Old 11-10-2003, 07:06 PM
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Yes the MustII would be a good donor, in the old days that and the Pinto were both used often. As for price, that depends on many factors. How good does it look? is it complete? worn out?
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The car is complete, but does not run, I found it this past weekend and the guy said make an offer. Thanks
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I got mine for the Henry J from a service station that had an old Stang in back as a 'tow-in' and he said $30. I've since put another in my '50 Plymouth I had to pay $100 for... it depends on who it is and if they know value. Guys have told me they paid $250 for 'em.
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I bought a complete car for a c-note sold a few parts off it and it ened up mine was free. One of the big things to wach for on these now is rust as the MII and pinto original x-members are at leat 20 years old.
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I bought a complete car for a c-note sold a few parts off it and it ened up mine was free. One of the big things to wach for on these now is rust as the MII and pinto original x-members are at leat 20 years old.
Iv'e done two just like EBlack - got them for free by parting out what I didn't need. Also, MII shifter and emergency brake units are made for street rod service. Bolt right up. Here is a shot of a stock unit in a '42 Willys pickup I did a few years ago. This topic has been discussed in great depth on this board - do a search. I have a couple of photo articles I can send you on this installation.

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willis pics

pics would be great, I have a 59 apache and am trying to decide between the mII and a Camero clip. Thanks, Darrell (fishingindeep@yahoo.com)
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I just sent you copies of tech article on the MII and a Monte Carlo front clip. Let me know if they arrive.
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