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    Hello from Rich at The Mustang Ranch in Golden, Co

    Just wanted to say hi to all of you and share my passion for our vintage Shelby Mustangs. I am a private collector and restorator for 30 years. In our collection we have 17 vintage Shelby models and 50 some other Fastbacks. It is my crusade to save and put back on the road as manny of these cars that I can. In the following weeks I will put a variety of pictures in my album to share with all of you. Best regards, Rich at The Mustang Ranch.
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    Re: Hello from Rich at The Mustang Ranch in Golden, Co

    Rich, What great looking cars!

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    Re: Hello from Rich at The Mustang Ranch in Golden, Co

    Rich -
    I believe i sold you my 69 GT350 a few years back... Red/Black 4sp #1183 i think. How you been? Still have the car?
    1969 GT500
    1966 Coupe
    1984 GT350 4cyl Turbo Convert
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    Re: Hello from Rich at The Mustang Ranch in Golden, Co

    Hi Rich,

    Jim Janicek here (Brians Friend). I'm sorry for my delay in getting back to you. As Brian may have shared with you, I'm starting to look around at investment level Shelby mustangs as something to add to my car passion. I really like the 69-70 series GT350 or GT500 convertibles. Again, I'm in the very early stages, and have been doing research and speaking with various pros around the national collector circuit. At some point, I'd love to come see some of your cars if you have anything I might like.

    Best, Jim

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    Re: Hello from Rich at The Mustang Ranch in Golden, Co

    Your are working on our Mach 1 and you did our ponitac and our ford and did a great job I cant wait to get our mustang back

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    Re: Hello from Rich at The Mustang Ranch in Golden, Co

    Quote Originally Posted by bsalGT500 View Post
    Rich -
    I believe i sold you my 69 GT350 a few years back... Red/Black 4sp #1183 i think. How you been? Still have the car?
    I do have your old car call me. Best regards, Rich at The Mustang Ranch 303-931-5412.

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    Re: Hello from Rich at The Mustang Ranch in Golden, Co

    Quote Originally Posted by Cre8vtv View Post
    Hi Rich,

    Jim Janicek here (Brians Friend). I'm sorry for my delay in getting back to you. As Brian may have shared with you, I'm starting to look around at investment level Shelby mustangs as something to add to my car passion. I really like the 69-70 series GT350 or GT500 convertibles. Again, I'm in the very early stages, and have been doing research and speaking with various pros around the national collector circuit. At some point, I'd love to come see some of your cars if you have anything I might like.

    Best, Jim
    Call me any time. Best regards, Rich at The Mustang Ranch 303-931-5412

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    Re: Hello from Rich at The Mustang Ranch in Golden, Co

    Quote Originally Posted by kris24404 View Post
    Your are working on our Mach 1 and you did our ponitac and our ford and did a great job I cant wait to get our mustang back
    I will be done with the Mach 1 this week. It is alway's great to work on these great cars. Thanks much! Rich at The Mustang Ranch.

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    Re: Hello from Rich at The Mustang Ranch in Golden, Co

    Live and learn(I guess)but what an EXPENSIVE lesson!!!!!If this is true it just shows you should always exercise maximum due diligence...Just because the overwhelming majority of us are honest hobbyists(and very often WAY more than hobbyists)it doesnt mean we all are.....Its cliche but BUYER BEWARE!!!!my 2 cents Trent

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    Re: Hello from Rich at The Mustang Ranch in Golden, Co

    It is simple as this. There are alway's two sides to every story. The older senile gentalman that was buying my personal Bronco did not pay for it in full then wanted it shipped. Nothing leaves my shop untill it is paid for in full. I had to get the Jefferson County Sheriff involved to resolve this matter because he was claming it was stolen. Short story, he paid the balance and the vehicle was relased th the Jeffco Sheriff then shipped. Please, call me if you have any other questions you would like to have answered on this manner. Best regards, Rich at The Mustang Ranch.





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    Re: Hello from Rich at The Mustang Ranch in Golden, Co

    Quote Originally Posted by 557 View Post
    Live and learn(I guess)but what an EXPENSIVE lesson!!!!!If this is true it just shows you should always exercise maximum due diligence...Just because the overwhelming majority of us are honest hobbyists(and very often WAY more than hobbyists)it doesnt mean we all are.....Its cliche but BUYER BEWARE!!!!my 2 cents Trent
    Thread last active in July 2011? Now Feb 2014? Better late then never on a rebuttal I guess.
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