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Old 06-19-2013, 04:25 PM   #1
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Fair price for my mustang

So I'm gonna sell my car soon and I'm wondering how much I should sell it for and what I should do in order to sell it. I have a 1999 v6. New 5 month old paint job after market rims. 4 month old tires neon blue dome light and a ton of plasti dip work. I'm wondering if I should take the plasti dip off to sell it since it's not permanent but at the same time it makes my car look much better in my opinion it has 116k miles no mechanical problems clean title. Aftermarket clutch and it's manual. Here's some pics of it with and without the plasti dip. Anyone know a fair asking price? I'm in no hurry to sell whatsoever but I really need a v8 preferably a mach 1 and the more cash I can get out of this, the better. Thanks guys

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I would start by asking for 4k
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I would start by asking for 4k
Thanks That's what I was thinking. Around 3800-4200 but I still am unsure about the plasti dip. Haha
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You might be better off taking off the plasti dip for resale.
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You might be better off taking off the plasti dip for resale.
Even the rims and pony emblem?
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I sold my first v6 with the dip still on it.
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I sold my first v6 with the dip still on it.
It wasnt a problem? Did they know it was temporary? I think as long as they know they can peel it off whenever it should be ok because mine really does look like vinyls haha
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Nope it wasn't, I informed the buyer about it. I had it in a lot of places as well, wheels, hood, roof, rear trunk.
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Nope it wasn't, I informed the buyer about it. I had it in a lot of places as well, wheels, hood, roof, rear trunk.
Ok awesome. Thanks dude
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I think it has a bit to do with that "racer" styling.


I guess it's not always true, but I'm gonna take the dip off mine when I go to sell it. You just don't want your buyer going "we'll he painted this thing up, to make it look like a race car, so he's probably beat the hell out of it"

I know it's a stupid mentality, but quite honestly I use it when I buy cars as an excuse to being down price.
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