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    Default 1963 m422a1 for sale #3245

    I have a in good shape m422a1 just put in coil,dist. Cap, dist. Rotor, points/cond. And masterclyinder, fuel pump repair kit and cleaned the carb. Starts and runs but it needs brake hoses front and rear i have new wheel cylinders if needed. Has doors, i have pics also
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    Don't want to trade for a sailboat do you?
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    No but thanks for looking really need to get about 6000 for it and it is in good shape

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    Not to hijack, but what kind of sailboat??
    68 M35A2, 4 trailers, 30 k genny, 42 GPW, M274A4, 71 M151A2

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    No but thanks for looking really need to get about 6000 for it and it is in good shape
    Sorry I thought the "#3245" was a mistake by you...thought you meant $3245 and just accicently hit # instaed of $. So was thinking it was closer to my price range...

    Not to hijack, but what kind of sailboat??
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    No the # 3245 is the number on the mite

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    No the # 3245 is the number on the mite
    Yea, that was going to be my second guess...thanks. How many did they make about anyway
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    From what i understand it was less than 4000 it makes the mite a rare find i am sure alot of them were wrecked in the wars so there cant be to many running around

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    If ya really want to sell it Hit the bay(eBay). I've been watching and one missing almost everything and a blown engine sold for 1500 and those in average complete are going for 8000. The full restors(but not politically correct) are going for 12,000 plus. The best frame off restor and correct unit brought 18,000 at a private auction here- It was sweet. This is almost twice the old days pricing of say/like 2 years ago.

    Best estimate without going through it for sight unseen- maybe best bet of 3,000 to 4,000 for yours is top money since it needs a good deal of rehab and about 3 grand in parts.

    I have been watching all sales trying to keep track of all the issue serials.

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