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BILL P’S 1966 SPRINT

 

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UPDATE ON TOM R’S 1966 SPRINT

  (Editor’s Note: In SPRINT PRINT – Issue Number 12, Tom R discussed locating his Sprint 200 coupe in Florida and bringing it to Ohio. In this SPRINT PRINT issue, he gives us an update on his coupe at its

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SPRINT 200 COUPE

BY MICHAEL Z I thought I would send a few pictures of my ’66 Sprint 200, and there is a story that goes along with it. I bought my Sprint from a dealer who was selling it for the original owners. After we signed

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66 CONVERTIBLE

BY TOM C Tom, from Long Island and Queens wrote us asking to join M6A and sent us the pictures of his      beautiful 1966 Mustang convertible.

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MY 1966 SPRINT 200 COUPE

BY NICK M I came across your information on the various forums with regards to the Mustang Six Association. I have a 1966 Mustang that I believe is a Sprint 200. The only thing it seems to be missing is its pinstriping and

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MY “GT SPRINT” SIX CYLINDER MUSTANG

BY PETE H I have attached a few pictures of my ’65 inline six coupe, which we brought home on February 12, 2011. The car was unrestored and lived in Dallas, Texas its entire life as a one owner car. The dry Texas

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PETE R’S ’66 SPRINT 200 MUSTANG

I still have my ’66 Sprint, but it is far from done. I am getting my finances ready for it. Some day it will be completed. I would like to join the MUSTANG SIX ASSOCIATION. Thanks.”

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MY RED ’66 MUSTANG – BY WILLI K

  When I decided to retire by 2010, I wondered what I would do with all that time off?! Several things came to mind – nothing; hanging out with the guys; or, doing my husbandly chores! I was not too

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MY MUSTANG SIX STORY – BY PAUL S

My story starts in 1983 when my teen aged daughter wanted a Mustang. I spotted one along the side of the road that looked pretty nice and we made a deal. It was mostly restored, but it needed a little

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MY HURRICANE SANDY SPRINT 200 CONVERTIBLE STORY – BY MALCOLM F

I am a big fan of the early Sixes and vintage Mustangs in general. I have owned a bunch of six cylinder Mustangs (I would say at least ten). One that is very special for me is a ’66 convertible

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