Re: Guidance on buying a '65-'66 Convertible
I've seen online what Streetside has to offer. Agree they have some nice looking cars, but would probably over-pay slightly if dealing with them, consignment issues, etc.
I'm not looking for a show car, but I'm not looking for a project car either.
Something mechanically sound, that looks good, that I can drive spring/summer, etc. Now obviously I know a 45+ year old car will require more than routine maintenance to keep on the road, but I don't have a desire to make this a restoration project.
My budget is between $15k-$20k, and my biggest concern is how do i know that I'm getting my money's worth? I've seen a lot of nice cars that meet some or all of my criteria, but how do I know if a particular Mustang is worth what the seller is asking?