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Old 04-06-2010, 09:16 PM   #1
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I don't know if this is the right place to post this but... I hope I got it right...

I recently got a 2000 Ford Mustang for free and my question is should I hook it up or is it not worth it?

I already have a 06 Honda Civic SI as my everyday driving car. The 2000 Mustang is not in the best condition and it has 141,XXX miles on it. Also its going to cost me 200 to fix the drivers door which has been damaged and then about 600ish more to fix 4 problems with it.

1. Inner Tie Rod
2. Serpentine Belt
3. Output Shaft Seal
4. Read Differential Service

However, I don't owe anything on the car. I was considering a Engine swap (GT engine) but I think that will cost a lot, might get a used one. I am not real pro with cars or anything and would like to get some opinions and advise? Money is not a big issue because I am going to work on it slowly and its a project car, my question is it worth using this car or should I junk it and save up for another Mustang?

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