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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 08-14-2018, 04:32 PM Thread Starter
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Looking for a 2000 GTV - west coast

*UPDATE* Proud owner of a fantastic '74 GTV example. Thanks all.

Hi all,

I've been reading about and (driving) as many GTVs as I can and am currently on the hunt!

Hoping to find a good 'driver quality' 2000 GTV (no red or white please). Not trying to get into a project but does not need to be a perfect or original car by any means.

Anyone have a car they are trying to move or know of one?? Let me know!

Thank you

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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 08-17-2018, 08:59 AM Thread Starter
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Any thoughts on the Black '69 1750 on BaT right now? Looks like a well loved car.
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I suspect this GTV will do very well at auction. It has much going for it, originality( mostly), ownership records of 47 years, and it's a 1969, probably the most desirable of the Series II. It can be used as is, or make a few minor adjustments to make it a better driver. It's not a Trailer queen and it would be a shame if is made into one, but that's the new owners prerogative.
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Yeah, I'd just keep my eye on BaT. Seems like at least half the GTVs there are in Calif.
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Thanks for the post JJr. A friend of mine checked it out. Car is pretty rough with a lot of filler but i'm in contact with them.
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Thanks for the post JJr. A friend of mine checked it out. Car is pretty rough with a lot of filler but i'm in contact with them.
Missing center console as shown. "Rough condition" not reflected in asking price.
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I have a very decent 1974 GTV that may meet your specifications depending on your budget.

Please contact on private message for further communications. I am located in the Tacoma WA area.
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I suspect this GTV will do very well at auction. It has much going for it, originality( mostly), ownership records of 47 years, and it's a 1969, probably the most desirable of the Series II. It can be used as is, or make a few minor adjustments to make it a better driver. It's not a Trailer queen and it would be a shame if is made into one, but that's the new owners prerogative.
Cheers, Jon
Thanks Jon,

I thought similarly when I saw the car as i'm sure many others on the Internet will as well. We shall see how the auction goes!
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I have a very decent 1974 GTV that may meet your specifications depending on your budget.

Please contact on private message for further communications. I am located in the Tacoma WA area.
Thanks Stonehillalfa,

Tacoma would be ideal! It's just down the 5 for me. I will send a PM.
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