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1967 Comet Cyclone GT showing what is believed to be just over
14,000 original miles. One of only 147 painted in code "B"
Turquoise. Elite Marti Report showing the car to be one of one as
optioned. Powered by what is believed to be the original 390ci
motor upgraded with rare M-Code T-Bird 3x2 Induction and long-tube
headers.The original intake and carburetor are included with the
car. 4-speed toploader manual upgraded with period correct Hurst
shifter. Rear end is a 3:25 posi-traction. The vehicle was fully
restored by it's previous owner and is ready to drive and
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Payment: A deposit of $1000 (non-refundable) must be paid within 48 hours of winning bid. The remaining balance must be paid within 3 business days.
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