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Check the Master's boneyard here!
We made a great friend, Lenny, when we handled the sale of his beautiful Mustang. Our friend is now selling his beautiful Chevelle. Originally listed at $35,000, he's taking offers!
from edmunds INSIDE LINE--click title to go to article
Ford executives Lee Iacocca and Don Frey
AllFordMustangs' Feature Car:
Magoo's Mustang Boneyard
Magoo is a friend we met in Alabama through our partner Randy, and he has tons of old cars, and LOTS of Mustangs, out in his Boneyard. We're working on getting more pictures up ASAP, but for now, check out the ones we currently have and see if you see something you like!
This one's for our new friend, John, who is looking to get into a Mustang of his very own! It will be John's first Mustang, and he wants to sell his restored Dart to fund it, so we're happy to help!
Cruisin' Down Woodward
Bill GrassHoppe has this 1973 Dodge Challenger that he can't sell locally in Arizona, so we decided to help our good friend out and use our resources here at MustangOnlyOne to give his Challenger some national attention. We know, we know, this is a Dodge, not a Mustang! But hey, it's for a friend.
The fate of Detroit isn't a matter of economics. It's a tragic romance, whose magic was killed by bureaucrats, bad taste and busybodies. P.J. O'Rourke on why Americans fell out of love with the automobile.
Our 4th of July Celebration
What did we do for the 4th? Worked on our Mustangs, of course! Don't worry, we also played Monopoly, went tubing, watched fireworks over the lake, and ate a lot of food!
The Crew with flag and Mustangs The Crew with some of our friends
1969 Ford Mustang Mach I Fastback Dream Restoration
JJ Jeannie and her boyfriend, Ron, finally got their dream car! This one is a 1969 Ford Mustang Mach I Fastback, and they intend to begin a complete bottom-up restoration on her as soon as they get the funding by selling Ron's 1970 Mustang Fastback Drag Racer (ad coming soon to MustangOnlyOne, keep an eye out). They just got this one and really won out on some stiff competition. It is in very good condition, a beautiful body and very good on the interior as well.
Check this out! Lost in the 50s (car club) Saturday 2009 cruises at Marley Station Mall, Glen Burnie, Maryland, (Historic Cars and Trucks)! Mustangs seem to be a popular make at this one...
1968 Ford Mustang GT Fastback Nut-and-Bolt Luxury Restoration
GTButch bought this car from Jim for $23,000.00 and had it shipped to his home in Texas. He's also joined our community and will keep us posted on the progress of the restoration. He plans on making this baby shine with all original matching features and options with some retro-modern comfort upgrades, such as rack and pinion steering, disc brakes all around, coil-over front and back suspension, comfort fit and ride interior, electronic ignition, and enhanced amenities. Many of the original components will be removed and stored for future use or sale for this Back in Black stud.
Don't hesitate to contact us with your questions or comments. Our community members are here to pool our resources and make everybody's Mustang work go a little smoother. Please see our Contact Us page for complete contact information.
Interested in joining our Mustang Community? We're VERY exclusive and the due's are expensive...okay, just kidding. We're always eager to get more Mustang Men and Women on board! Give the Big Chief a call right away at 904-860-4102.
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