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Old 04-03-2012, 05:22 AM   #1
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Someone is offering me this gun, 500 rounds, and $2000 for my 78 mustang II with a 351 Windsor bored 60 over. What's everyone's opinion???

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What's the car worth?

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Someone is offering me this gun, 500 rounds, and $2000 for my 78 mustang II with a 351 Windsor bored 60 over. What's everyone's opinion???
Bored 60 over? I'd take it man a good milled receiver ak can cost upwards of $1000 sometimes more. Unless that stang is in immaculate condition it sounds like you'd make out pretty well as long as the ak is in good shape and not shot out.
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I have a thing against rustangs, but 500 rounds isn't much and i am a bit suspicious on the whole "milled" aspect of the trade. Have you examined the rifle? How can you tell it is a milled receiver?

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I'm not big on cars but I'm assuming the engine alone is worth close to $4k

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I'm not big on cars but I'm assuming the engine alone is worth close to $4k
Not likely, but it depends on who built it and how. If it's already been bored .060 over then odds are it has been pretty abused
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What condition is the mustang in? Has it been restored at all? Is it stock or customized at all? Everything original?

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This is the mustang.

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i am a bit suspicious on the whole "milled" aspect of the trade. Have you examined the rifle? How can you tell it is a milled receiver?
Milled receivers have a lightening cut out on the side. Stamped receiver AK's have a pressed in "dimple" near the same location.

MILLED RECEIVER



STAMPED RECEIVERS

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This is a tough one to call because the value of the car is a bit tough to establish in a direct comparison to the weapon, along with it's condition. For what it's worth I've been repeatedly offered $2,500.00 to $3,000.00 for my wife's 1991 Mustang LX. It is box stock internally, but I've made some upgrades to the cooling system and intake.
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