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Old 12-01-2020, 08:51 PM
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Default CSX 2133 on Hemmings

$925K

Location: Morgantown, Pennsylvania, 19543
Seller: Classic Auto Mall Inc
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Old 12-02-2020, 04:14 AM
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Love the color but a bit out of my price range....bugger.
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Man, That car was ridden hard and put away wet... either leave it the way it is for $925k or a frame off restoration... it needs it.
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Last February I was in the area with my kids and decided to check out the place. It was a little after 2:00 and as I walked in I was told they had just closed at 2:00. I saw the Cobra and the other AC and was able to get one picture before they chased me out. I have not been back yet to get a better look.

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So I guess it is a 289 with non original fender flairs?
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So I guess it is a 289 with non original fender flairs?
As noted in the linked article, there had been a number of alterations to the flares over its history. Most recently:

"Paul had the car stripped to bare aluminum, and repainted Guardsman blue. Alloy side vents and an oil cooler were installed at this time, and 7.5'' GT40 Halibrands replaced the wider wheels formerly used at the rear, with a corresponding revision of the rear flares to narrower, more rounded design."
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