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Re: Here are some deals...really!
« Reply #1 on: January 28, 2020, 04:04:06 pm »
“ Proceeds from the sale of these seized cars will go to the county's district attorney's office.

The Pottawatomie County (Oklahoma) District Attorney is auctioning off six Ford Mustangs that were seized from an Oklahoma lawyer, Kermit Milburn, who was accused of creating knockoff Shelby Mustangs tampering with Mustang VINs and knowingly trying to pass them off as legit Shelby models. Just days after being served with a search warrant in 2016, Milburn committed suicide.

Of the six seized Mustangs, two are Boss 302s and two are Shelby GT500 Convertibles, but it isn't known whether or not these cars are fakes. Because of this, all five of the classic Mustangs now wear state-assigned VINs even though each has its own Marti Report, and while the 2006 Mustang has its original VIN, it also has a salvage title.

All six cars are being sold at no reserve with the money going back to the Pottawatomie County District Attorney, and the live auction starts on February 8, 2020;”

In case anyone searches, the two 1970 B2s that have been reVINed by Oklahoma are-

0T02G112875

0F02G172230

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Re: Here are some deals...really!
« Reply #2 on: January 28, 2020, 05:19:56 pm »
“ Proceeds from the sale of these seized cars will go to the county's district attorney's office.

The Pottawatomie County (Oklahoma) District Attorney is auctioning off six Ford Mustangs that were seized from an Oklahoma lawyer, Kermit Milburn, who was accused of creating knockoff Shelby Mustangs tampering with Mustang VINs and knowingly trying to pass them off as legit Shelby models. Just days after being served with a search warrant in 2016, Milburn committed suicide.

Of the six seized Mustangs, two are Boss 302s and two are Shelby GT500 Convertibles, but it isn't known whether or not these cars are fakes. Because of this, all five of the classic Mustangs now wear state-assigned VINs even though each has its own Marti Report, and while the 2006 Mustang has its original VIN, it also has a salvage title.

All six cars are being sold at no reserve with the money going back to the Pottawatomie County District Attorney, and the live auction starts on February 8, 2020;”

In case anyone searches, the two 1970 B2s that have been reVINed by Oklahoma are-

0T02G112875

0F02G172230


"Of the six seized Mustangs, two are Boss 302s and two are Shelby GT500 Convertibles, but it isn't known whether or not these cars are fakes. Because of this, all five of the classic Mustangs now wear state-assigned VINs even though each has its own Marti Report."

Marti Reports aside the facts are a known criminal history that tampered with VIN numbers is now involved with each of the VIN numbers, 0T02G112875 & 0F02G172230 should be noted in the Rogues gallery. The value of these cars will too out at the sum of the parts.
John
1st universal rule of value,
"Parts are parts, cash is only money and doesn't have the same value. You get that right?"

 2nd universal rule of value, "an object is only worth the higher of two values placed upon it by either the current entity in possession of the item, or the value placed on it by an entity wanting to take over possession of the item."

Current;
9F02Z159758
0F02G106990
Former;
9R02R122420
9T02M202688
0R05Q147920
0T02G125836
9F02Z159758 KK1383

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Re: Here are some deals...really!
« Reply #3 on: January 28, 2020, 07:08:50 pm »
0F02G172230 is in the registry.

Correction 0T02G112875 is in the registry. 
« Last Edit: January 29, 2020, 06:40:57 am by AlexM »
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Re: Here are some deals...really!
« Reply #4 on: January 28, 2020, 07:47:37 pm »
Topping out at parts prices...+1

Alex,

I looked in my Registries and did not find the 230 car.

Randy, are you making note of these Vins?

1967 Tiger MK1-A
1970 Shelby GT350
2013 BOSS 302 LS #712 SBY
2016 Shelby GT350 Magnetic w/blk stripes
2017 GT350R Magnetic w/white stripes
Wife still Happy, recovering.
BOSS 302's are like a fabulous WI cheddar. Both get better with age and you buy them for your enjoyment, not as an investment.

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Re: Here are some deals...really!
« Reply #5 on: January 29, 2020, 06:38:32 am »
Sorry, I meant 0T02G112875 is in the registry, must have cut and pasted the wrong VIN last night...
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1969 Mach 1
1970 BOSS 302 0F02G120146
1970 BOSS 302 0F02G119233 W code
1969 BOSS 302 9F02G196425
1969 BOSS 429 9F02Z198888 KK 1982

Offline gtabert

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Re: Here are some deals...really!
« Reply #6 on: January 30, 2020, 05:37:14 am »
Interesting, could be a good buy for parts resale, the Calypso Coral has the Oil Cooler, the valve cover tag reads 299B, should it not be 300B? It does match up with the Marti, the 13% internet fee is steep!
0F02G129946
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Re: Here are some deals...really!
« Reply #7 on: February 03, 2020, 09:36:29 am »
Link to auction   https://www.proxibid.com/Ball-Auction-Service/OK-CLASSICS-CLASSIC-CAR-AUCTION/event-catalog/170596 

There is a 13% fee to an internet bid. And the live auction will start at the amount of the last bid of the internet price.