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    ians63jetfire
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    Hello everyone . Does anyone know how long it takes for an ad to post in the cars for sale section? I submitted my post a week ago. I was told it needed to be reviewed by the webmaster before it would post . I was told I could post a photo/ the ad here , but I don’t think that’s what this section is for . I have a ‘63 Jetfire w/ the turbo system still on it .
    Thank you,
    Ian

    #16581
    jensenracing77
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    You will be better off posting it here in the Forum. Please add pictures and tell us about it. Pictures of the cowl tag is also a plus. I know a guy looking for a 63 4 speed with original paint if this happens to fit that….

    #16582
    ians63jetfire
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    Ok- so here’s the photos and a description of the car guys… 1963 Jetfire , all original. Factory turbo still on the car . Not functional. Car runs / drives (drove it two times). Factory AC, power driver seat and power windows (yes, they work). AC needs to be charged obviously. Car is a SO Cal car, I believe I am the 3rd or 4th owner . I’ve done a few things to the car since I purchased it , in order to get it to fire and run.. NO rust . I have and can send additional photos . Have the factory spare , bumper jack , hub caps . Car is in amazing condition for its age . Would make an excellent candidate for restoration or ? Original window sticker , Pro-Tecto plate, owners manual. Service receipts dating back to mid 1960’s. I had plans to build it , but I came across another project I have more interest in… any questions / additional photos- call or text me , 559-676-0864. Located near Fresno. Central California.

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    #16593
    ians63jetfire
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    I can add phots Of the cowl tag tomorrow. Drivers door tag or any other photos anyone wants . If I sell it … great . If not , I know it’s a special car to just hang on to.. thanks for the help guys… it’s appreciated. Stay healthy .
    Ian

    #16594
    oaklyss
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    Wow neat car! $4,200 in 1963 was a lot of money. Well optioned.

    #16595
    jensenracing77
    Participant

    Very cool! Thanks for posting the pictures. It will sure make a nice car to restore or even just get it road worthy and drive like it is.

    #16596
    jensenracing77
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    Do you have a price in mind?

    #16597
    ians63jetfire
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    I have had a difficult time finding comparison to base a price / value. I’ve only seen a few restored Jetfires listed for sale. I am asking $16,000. Open to reasonable offers.

    #16598
    oaklyss
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    Can you post a photo of the cowl tag? I know it’s hard with the AC line but we would love to see the build date and any ACC codes

    #16599
    ians63jetfire
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    Here you go .

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