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So I suppose, when selling a car, that any provenance is better than none, right? The same way that any publicity is good publicity, right? So if your car once appeared in a movie – one that actually played in theaters! – then that should be a good thing, right? That said, this 1968 Ford Mustang GT/CS – which looks like it’s benefited from an excellent restoration – apparently had some screen time in a 1982 flick called Goin’ All the Way, which barely merits an entry on IMDB and doesn’t get one at all on IMCDB. Can somebody dig up a trailer for this fine film and post it to YouTube, please? Thanks. From the seller’s description:
In 1981, the movie Goin’ All The Way came out in theaters, featuring a Sunlit Gold California Special known as “Artie.” “Artie” was the owner of the car, who was unable to find true love until the end of the film. Even though “Goin’ All The Way” only achieved “B Movie” status, we think the recent restoration of “Artie” is top notch!
“Artie” is nicely optioned, with standard interior, floor console, factory disc brakes, factory air, automatic transmission, “tilt away” steering wheel, power steering, 289 C code engine, and clock.
Any early Mustang that has been featured in a movie is extremely sought after, and rare. This car is documented, with its original engine and transmission.
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