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Rare Mustang on ebay.

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Hmm... "testyredhead" is an interesting nickname.

I e-mailed your eBay link to my Ford co-worker/friend Leonard.

Maybe Jay Leno will trade you for his Honda S600 roadster.

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Hmm... "testyredhead" is an interesting nickname.

I e-mailed your eBay link to my Ford co-worker/friend Leonard.

Maybe Jay Leno will trade you for his Honda S600 roadster.

Thanks, Jim,

"Testyredhed" is corruption of "Testarossa."

I wouldn't mind a Honda S600, but I'd be far too tempted to upgrade it with S2000 mechanicals.

Delia

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Are u sure that's a fair trade? Delia for an S600?

;-)

Hmm... "testyredhead" is an interesting nickname.

I e-mailed your eBay link to my Ford co-worker/friend Leonard.

Maybe Jay Leno will trade you for his Honda S600 roadster.

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I have to assume you're turning it around so fast to rejoin the '02 world with your ebayized maximum profit. You should be able to pay cash for a Turbo.

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Yes. I could have held out for more, but in this case it was establishing the car's provenance that I believed to be the most interesting. It was a one-family-owned car that was won in a contest in the spring of 1966. The paint color is shared by the third-place GT40 MkII driven to a third place finish at LeMans by Ronnie Bucknum and Dick Hutcherson in June of the same year.

I had some nice email correspondence with Brad Bowling and Jerry Heasley, co-authors of "Mustang Special Editions" and Mr. Bowling devoted his June 2009 editorial in "Cars and Parts Magazine" to my rare find.

To be honest, I've not enough resources to put this car back on the road. I'm working hard on several 2002s here in the Bay Area, and it's all I can do (at my age) to maintain mt daiy driver and keep mind and spirit together.

Anyway, it was great experience...wouldn't change a thing!

Thanks for asking.

D

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Yes. I could have held out for more, but in this case it was establishing the car's provenance that I believed to be the most interesting. It was a one-family-owned car that was won in a contest in the spring of 1966. The paint color is shared by the third-place GT40 MkII driven to a third place finish at LeMans by Ronnie Bucknum and Dick Hutcherson in June of the same year.

I had some nice email correspondence with Brad Bowling and Jerry Heasley, co-authors of "Mustang Special Editions" and Mr. Bowling devoted his June 2009 editorial in "Cars and Parts Magazine" to my rare find.

To be honest, I've not enough resources to put this car back on the road. I'm working hard on several 2002s here in the Bay Area, and it's all I can do (at my age) to maintain mt daiy driver and keep mind and spirit together.

Anyway, it was great experience...wouldn't change a thing!

Thanks for asking.

D

congrats Delia. Now how about that lunch at vikings? you buying?

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