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Old 04-11-2024, 11:53 PM
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I've checked around locally by me but the '69s are in the $60s and modified quite a bit.

Maybe one of our members would consider doing a little scouting for you.
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I've checked around locally by me but the '69s are in the $60s and modified quite a bit.

Maybe one of our members would consider doing a little scouting for you.
The performance models and/or modified examples are a dime a dozen these days. A good original (or close to it) base coupe is a tough find. No rush though, I've been looking a while now and will continue until the right one appears.
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Old 04-28-2024, 01:41 PM
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Had a local lead that I finally got a chance to view this weekend however it unfortunately fell well short of expectations. Bumping this again.
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Still looking for the right base coupe.
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Old 06-04-2024, 11:01 PM
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Opening the criteria slightly; I'll consider an L65/LM1, a 6 cylinder (230/250), or a nice survivor L48. The rest of the criteria still applies... completely original or close enough that I can return it to original, no projects, etc.
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Tons of modified cars out. Finding one that hadn’t been messed with is certainly a tough task.
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Tons of modified cars out. Finding one that hadnít been messed with is certainly a tough task.
Very much so. It seems like 99% of the base coupes have long since been turned into something else. I figure I'm about 10 years late to the party
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I ran into Earl (MGM Classic Cars) at a show today. He said he's helped a few folks from AU get cars.

www.mgmclassiccars.com
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I ran into Earl (MGM Classic Cars) at a show today. He said he's helped a few folks from AU get cars.

www.mgmclassiccars.com
773.600.0919
Thanks John. I see MGM's cars advertised from time to time.. Lots of modified examples. Not sure I'd be given a lead on the kind of car I'm after but I might reach out.
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You could ask Earl. He said that it's hard to find a stock car but you could always reach out and discuss, he's buying and selling more cars than any of us.
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