A Wild Ride: Actually Purchasing A Classic Mustang
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Well, I haven’t gotten to write on the blog half as often as I would’ve liked, on account of all the time I have been helping my pops manage his incredibly wacky midlife crisis. Well, I suppose it’s not as far gone as it could possibly be. Basically what he did was to go and […]
And so my Dad and I were off to all of those weird classic car sales lots that you’re mostly convinced are not exactly legit, and I watch the crazy old guy cut a check right there on the spot, for an alarmingly well-preserved classic Ford Mustang. It’s one hell of a item. It sounded amazing too.
I want to point out that I wrote that last sentence in a past tense. It sounded perfect right up until it rendered itself silent. Dad informs me that it is just a simple thing to fix and he just needs to find the right part. Only thing is, it may not be as easy to find 1965 Mustang parts as it was about a thousand years ago, but Dad tells me there is a pretty sizable market for them to this day. It seems like the the easiest way to find parts for 1967 Mustangs is by way of web auctions, because you can get them refurbished and occasionally as good as new. They’re not necessarily a steal, though… I mean, these are thirty year old car parts.
Could be worse, though… He might’ve got himself a big tattoo or something.
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