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Jim Hef
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Registration date : 2010-01-29

PostSubject: Looking for 0T05M138475   Fri 29 Jan - 11:12

I originally purchased this Mach 1 in 1970 at Hub Ford in Atlanta. It was later traded to Faulkner Oldsmobile in 1973 in the Philadelphia area. The vehicle was yellow with black interior, 351 Cleveland 4 barrel, auto trans, and A/C. I would like to see if this Mustang is still on the road...hopefully it is!
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Bill Hamilton
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Your location : Charleston SC
Registration date : 2004-09-23

PostSubject: Re: Looking for 0T05M138475   Sat 30 Jan - 10:58

Nearly impossible without a VIN to say if it's still out there. Good Luck
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Jim Hef
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PostSubject: Re: Looking for 0T05M138475   Sat 30 Jan - 14:11

The VIN is posted in the topic, but, here it is again:
0T05M138475
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Bill Hamilton
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Your location : Charleston SC
Registration date : 2004-09-23

PostSubject: Re: Looking for 0T05M138475   Sat 30 Jan - 22:17

Jim Hef wrote:
The VIN is posted in the topic, but, here it is again:
0T05M138475

Oops I'm sorry. Embarassed I'm so used to people saying they'd love to find " the blue car they had when they were 16", I didn't notice the topic title with VIN (LOL).

You didn't hear this from me because it might be illegal, but if you have a friend in law enforcement, he may be able to run the VIN and let you know if the car is still out there.

I did this a few years ago and found a 1970 Mustang Convertible I had sold in 1977. The problem is they may have to run it in all 50 states.

I was fortunate that the person I had sold it to 30 years earlier kept it and still lived in the same state. When they ran the VIN for that particular state it was still registered.

I also checked my Mustang Production Guide Vol 2 1967-73 by Jim Smart. It was published in 1994 and has VIN's from thousands of 67-73 Mustangs that people registered with Jim years ago. Your VIN is not listed , sorry.
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Jim Hef
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PostSubject: Re: Looking for 0T05M138475   Sun 31 Jan - 12:20

Thanks for checking that publication for me, and yes, that's a good idea, although now I need to convince my niece's husband to access that info!
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Raytags
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Your location : Boucherville, Québec, Canada.
Registration date : 2004-09-20

PostSubject: Re: Looking for 0T05M138475   Fri 26 Feb - 21:15

Hi!

Is not listed in the 1970 Mach1 Registry too.

Ray

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