I want a Mustang when I get out of college?
Here is my take on it, as I own a '70 and a '95 Mustang. The early Mustangs will hold steady or continue to rise in value, especially once this whole economy goes back up. The late '90's Mustang will drop a little more, but at some point they will hold steady in their values. Some of the early '90's models are already doing this. For a driver, the '90's are far and away a much nicer car to drive. I love my '70 Mustang, but it is not as comfortable to drive as my newer Mustang. The older Mustang will have a higher buy in cost, and will need more restoration work than a later Mustang simply because they are older and have most likely been driven lots more miles. If you want the older one, go for it. You will love lots more people complimenting you and admiring your car, but if you want something that will cost a bit less and need less maintenance then go for the later model Mustang.