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We found this Mustang that we believe to be a 68 or 69 on a back road in Ohio.  It has been there as long as I can remember.  I have always loved Mustangs and wondered why someone would put this wonderful car through such humiliation.  In the summer there is a big flowering tree that comes up through the middle where the engine should be.  I don't think that this car could ever be purchased from this owner.  Such a waste of a beautiful car.
    I just found and bought this 69 Mustang GT Fastback.  I was told it was a Mach 1, but knew as soon as I saw it that it was a GT.  Originally Silver Jade.  M code 351W, 4V FMX 9" Rear.  All #'s matching and hopefully I can save it.  It has been off the road since 1988.  Odometer reads 133K.  Tony
This is a 70 Torino Cobra J code, 429, 4-speed, shaker car and has been sitting since early 80's. Almost rust free.
Here are a couple of Torinos from Illinois.
1971 Mach 1 silver with black stripes, factory 4-speed.  Not sure about the motor, obviously it's gone and all the vin numbers have been knocked off it.  Tony