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Old 05-29-2012, 12:35 AM   #1
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Pricecheck on my car?

I was wondering if anyone could tell me how much my car is worth in case I think of upgrading to a Mach 1 or a gt I would want to know how much more money I would need to save.

It's sonic blue, v6, automatic, H pipe dual exhaust, thrush mufflers, brand new 3 week old Nitto tires and FR500 wheels, small dent and scratch on rear bumper, small crack and scratches on front bumper, amazing air conditioning, 2 12" kicker subs with sub box, 600watt polc audio amp, those only like 7 months old, aftermarket radio, 102,xxx miles, engine runs perfect
There's probably more stuff but I just named stuff idk if it's important or not haha
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I was wondering if anyone could tell me how much my car is worth in case I think of upgrading to a Mach 1 or a gt I would want to know how much more money I would need to save.

It's sonic blue, v6, automatic, H pipe dual exhaust, thrush mufflers, brand new 3 week old Nitto tires and FR500 wheels, small dent and scratch on rear bumper, small crack and scratches on front bumper, amazing air conditioning, 2 12" kicker subs with sub box, 600watt polc audio amp, those only like 7 months old, aftermarket radio, 102,xxx miles, engine runs perfect
There's probably more stuff but I just named stuff idk if it's important or not haha
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I see, I have no idea haha but all the ones for sale around me are 5k or more and they have like 120k+ miles
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Re: Pricecheck on my car?

I would give it about $6000 for the right buyer. My prices may be high as I live in Texas where a GT that is clean with 100k miles runs 9k... So that's my call
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I would give it about $6000 for the right buyer. My prices may be high as I live in Texas where a GT that is clean with 100k miles runs 9k... So that's my call
Yeah my friend just bought a 2000 v6 with 150k miles for 5600 and I was shocked that it was that price for 150k miles
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A v6 around here with 100-120k is about 4-5 thousand.(most of those sixxer are pos anyways)

A low miles gt I saw had 26,000 and was selling for 12k
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I would say 5k
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Re: Pricecheck on my car?

view KBB.com or NADA.com modifications dont really add any value at all so put it back to stock if non one wants it with he mods on it (which most dont seem to)
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Yeah mods don't add too much value. I think that the calculation is like 20% of what you paid new for the mod. But if you find the right buyer, it is worth more.
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Yeah mods don't add too much value. I think that the calculation is like 20% of what you paid new for the mod. But if you find the right buyer, it is worth more.
Maybe in a private sale, only a few things will raise the price, like new paint, and clean interior. Other then that, when I put in my sound system(even though I can remove it) my insurance company said that drops the value of the car since its not all "original".
But find a true mustang lover and they will give u a fair amount
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Maybe in a private sale, only a few things will raise the price, like new paint, and clean interior. Other then that, when I put in my sound system(even though I can remove it) my insurance company said that drops the value of the car since its not all "original".
But find a true mustang lover and they will give u a fair amount
Yeah I have all the original parts, and I would probably take the new ones off because I would get the same year but just a Mach 1
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Yeah I have all the original parts, and I would probably take the new ones off because I would get the same year but just a Mach 1
Yeah I would definately take off the fr500s and the stereo. If you still have your exhaust then maybe weld that back on but then your stuck with trying to find a v6 that wants it in your area.
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Yeah I would definately take off the fr500s and the stereo. If you still have your exhaust then maybe weld that back on but then your stuck with trying to find a v6 that wants it in your area.
The exhaust was some ****ty custom job that the previous owner did. It broke and I had to get it fixed and they said it would be more expensive to make it single than keep it dual so they just made an H pipe and it's nothing fancy but my dad won't let me do more to it because already paid for that one even though it sucks and it's rubbing on something everytime I hit a bump or idle
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The exhaust was some ****ty custom job that the previous owner did. It broke and I had to get it fixed and they said it would be more expensive to make it single than keep it dual so they just made an H pipe and it's nothing fancy but my dad won't let me do more to it because already paid for that one even though it sucks and it's rubbing on something everytime I hit a bump or idle
Maybe take it back to the shop and have them look at the hangers because if they "fixed" it, it shouldn't rub or make any other noises besides exhaust gases.
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Maybe take it back to the shop and have them look at the hangers because if they "fixed" it, it shouldn't rub or make any other noises besides exhaust gases.
Been tellin my dad that ever since it happened, it's been like 7 months since they fixed it but y dad says he has to look at it first, when he knows nothing about cars
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Been tellin my dad that ever since it happened, it's been like 7 months since they fixed it but y dad says he has to look at it first, when he knows nothing about cars
Turn the car on and find where the sound is coming from (right/left and front/rear) then load it on jacks and look for any metal to metal contact. Hope that helps a little. Its probably just something minor that needs tweeking as long as there are no leaks.
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Maybe take it back to the shop and have them look at the hangers because if they "fixed" it, it shouldn't rub or make any other noises besides exhaust gases.
Been tellin my dad that ever since it happened, it's been like 7 months since they fixed it but y dad says he has to look at it first, when he knows nothing about cars
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Well crafty, what would you value mine?

1999 v6 152k mi
No stains runs perfect
Hood scoop painted like Mach 1 style
Aftermarket side stripes
Mustang 3rd brake decal
Tinted windows
Eibach sportline w/ maximum motorsports CC plates
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Kenwood stereo, RF 12" sub, RF sub amp, jl speaker amp, infinity reference speakers
New battery, alternator, and radiator
20" chrome Verde lockdown wheels and tires
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Well crafty, what would you value mine?

1999 v6 152k mi
No stains runs perfect
Hood scoop painted like Mach 1 style
Aftermarket side stripes
Mustang 3rd brake decal
Tinted windows
Eibach sportline w/ maximum motorsports CC plates
Halo led headlights
Kenwood stereo, RF 12" sub, RF sub amp, jl speaker amp, infinity reference speakers
New battery, alternator, and radiator
20" chrome Verde lockdown wheels and tires
Less then 4,500
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Less then 4,500
Lol that is cheaper than junker cars in my area
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I bought an 2001 v6 stock pony pack maxh 460 sound two tone interior, with 65,000 miles on the clok and it cost me 7k black

Day I bought it 7$ 69k kbb retail 9,200$
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That's a clean car! When I sell mine I'm probably going to get 6-6100
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Lol that is cheaper than junker cars in my area
Miles really effect the value around here (Nebraska) no one out here wants to even look at anything with over 130k unless it's v8/gt/5.0/ect.
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Miles really effect the value around here (Nebraska) no one out here wants to even look at anything with over 130k unless it's v8/gt/5.0/ect.
Down here it is basically if it runs it is fair game. A 100k car is the same as a 180k car. Plus mine is amazingly clean
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Down here it is basically if it runs it is fair game. A 100k car is the same as a 180k car. Plus mine is amazingly clean
I wish it was like that iN Nebraska.. Anything over 100k is considered high miles.. And mods don't do **** for trade in value they don't car about anything as long as its in good shape miles and runs good.
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I wish it was like that iN Nebraska.. Anything over 100k is considered high miles.. And mods don't do **** for trade in value they don't car about anything as long as its in good shape miles and runs good.
Trade ins don't care about mods. Only private sellers do
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