Hi everyone. This is my first post. I'm considering bidding on this 1968 Mustang. It's listed, inaccurately, as an 8 cylinder. Instead it is a modified inline 200. Can I please have your opinion on the vehicle as a whole, the engine, and what a fair price is for the car. Here is the link.
I wouldn't go anymore than 9 because it is a 6 cylinder with mild custom stuff and he's full of it... He didnt spend 40k unless he sent it to a shop..... I think you should just buy a 289 or 302 and a decent one goes for 9-12k in jersey
I agree with BA68, to spend 40k it would have to have gone to a shop. But for me the add lays it on way too thick. If you really really like coupes would should just find one with an 8. Pretty sure you'll get real bored real quick with that 6. So yes , not over 9k cause even out here in Canada coupes with 289's and 302's don't sell for over 15k. Plus, there are so many coupes out there to choose from.
That and the door on either side doesn't appear to line up correctly as well as the trunk/tail light panel on the right rear side. IMO if I were to spend 40K on a resto, those areas are one of the first places to fix on the body....