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Old 08-10-2017, 11:35 PM
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1968 Lemans, 350 , 320 hp, 3 speed manual "Dearborn" with hurst shifter, 3:36 posi, ps, pb, ride and handling package deluxe belts, custom wheel covers, soft ray glass. 122,000 mile survivor. Meridian Turquoise with Ivy gold interior.
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Old 08-11-2017, 01:24 AM
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Cool. Whatcha gona do with it?
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Old 08-11-2017, 01:34 AM
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If those 122,000 miles were all accumulated in MN and that car hasn't had any paint or body work, that's nothing short of miraculous! Love the car and options
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Cool. Whatcha gona do with it?
I'm leaving it just as it is and drive it.
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If those 122,000 miles were all accumulated in MN and that car hasn't had any paint or body work, that's nothing short of miraculous! Love the car and options
I bought it from the original owner about a year and a half ago. He bought it new in Arizona, he drove it as a every day car from 1968 until 1981...then drove it sparingly from 1981 to the mid 90's. When I bought it, it had not been started or driven since 1999. We rebuilt carb, brakes, front end components, some seals, pertronix distributor conversion from the points, tires, headliner, package tray, interior door panels, plugs, cap, rotor, wires, motor mounts, fuel sender, KYB shocks, all new exhaust, door and trunk weatherstipping, and other misc things. Engine has never been rebuilt, does not burn oil or tick....makes a bunch of power...feels about like a 350 horse 400...amazing 350 engine. Total advance is set at 36 degrees and I run straight 95 octane VP gas...runs beautiful. Here's a YouTube video on it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ysPHZsM2CE
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Ahhhhh, Arizona.....that helps to explain the body condition Interesting to see the no-radio block-off plate, too. It sounds great....congrats on a very cool car!
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