Mark I

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About Mark I

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  • Birthday 03/30/1956

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    Mendota Heights

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  1. Hi John, His phone was not on the sign. Just mileage, and a few other things about the car. He doesn’t have it advertised anywhere else right now. I got his number so I could post it here. The condition of this car is what it might look like a few weeks after new car delivery. I was surprised by this one, and like most of us, I’ve seen a million cars. With minor repair on the RF fender, this one would be an HPOF winner. IMO.... I would post it but I don’t want scammers calling him. Mark
  2. I saw this in WI last Friday. Car is located in West Salem/Lacrosse area. 74 Mercury Marquis; 19K miles; didn’t ask the owner what engine it had. Car looks to be in new or near condition. Was stored in an aircraft hangar long term, there was a minor mishap with the RF fender as can be seen in the pic. Underside of this car looks new, I’m not sure if it’s ever been driven in rain. Original tires still on it. He’s asking under $10K. PM me for his phone number. Mark
  3. Great thread. Never heard of “old man gold” before, but here it is. Mark
  4. Nothing in MN yet. Mark now 3/26. How much longer before contacting AACA?
  5. I’ll respond to you guys asking about the gears. Sorry for the very tardy response. Didn’t see that this thread was still active. Mark
  6. Rear wheel opening trim is different between the Skylark & Chevelle. Mark
  7. The Skylark Gran Sport sitting out in the shop. I don’t think anything was done once on that resto. The paint & upholstery, only because those skilled tasks were done by someone else. Ever lay awake at night wondering why the hell you’re doing this... Mark
  8. We are somehow married to the same woman. Never goes into the shop, but I have leveraged her as the pedal operator when bleeding brakes. And have 3 hobby cars. So no complaints here. Mark
  9. Large S center caps are for some type of Superior brand custom wheels. The single small cap is from an Appliance brand custom wheel. Mark
  10. I’m not a Ford guy, but looks like 65-66 Mustang to me. Mark
  11. You might want to test the waters at 65GS.com. Modified 65s are welcome there. One of the members has a 65 Skylark convert very similar to yours but with an LS motor. Very nice car BTW! Mark
  12. MSRA had a large part in making MN #1. Except for those winter months doncha know. Mark
  13. The wheels done for the Skylarks were all painted. Mark