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Cynthia
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Just found your site. Had a 1975 Comet convertible when I graduated from college. Seriously looking for a older Comet from 1961 through 1963.

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welcome on ! :D
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A/FX
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Cynthia wrote:
Wed Nov 24, 2021 8:49 am
Just found your site. Had a 1975 Comet convertible when I graduated from college. Seriously looking for a older Comet from 1961 through 1963.
1975 convertible?? Must be a typo, 1965 correct?
Welcome to the group.
Jim
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Joe Travers
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Hey Cynthia!

The 1st gen Comets are still quite affordable today, relative to the classic car market.
There are some nice restored examples on the web for sale. Check the Hagerty value guide to get a fair estimate on current value.

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Welcome aboard!

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