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Old 09-30-2012, 11:49 AM   #1
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Selling car, need pricing ideas

The kids are wanting me to get a jeep so the stang has to go. Wondering what to ask for my car. Its a 92 mustang gt. Everthing works i including ac and cruise control. Odometer reads 145000 but it has 373 gears so the speedo is off. Also has a short throw shifter and eeld in subframe connectors. The interior is in near mint condition. It is factory paint so it is a l ittle faded but still looks pretty good. What would be a good asking price.
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The kids are wanting me to get a jeep so the stang has to go. Wondering what to ask for my car. Its a 92 mustang gt. Everthing works i including ac and cruise control. Odometer reads 145000 but it has 373 gears so the speedo is off. Also has a short throw shifter and eeld in subframe connectors. The interior is in near mint condition. It is factory paint so it is a l ittle faded but still looks pretty good. What would be a good asking price.
Around $500 is all it's worth, when can I pick it up?


Prices vary in different areas of the country. I would see what they are bringing in your area by checking Craigslist and local ads.
I would guess $4-$5K, but that may be off for where you live.


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That's about what I would guess $4-$5k the market is soft
right now. You might get more by advertising where it would
get some exposure in the rust belt. Hard to find a clean Fox
there, salt on the roads = RUST!!!
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$3,500-$4,500
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I paid $5k for my 95' GT in may and it is fulley
Moded H/C/I, LTH, Gears, Suspension etc...
Some good deals out there.

And sell it to someone that will appreciate it even
if you have a better offer from a person that you
feel is just going to kill the car. I had a deal to sell
a 70' Camaro LT1 when I lived in CA, I looked at the
guy as he sat in the car and just didn't like the way
he looked, and backed out of the deal...
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