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Old 08-24-2015, 08:58 PM   #1
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What's a good asking price

I've a question for all you mustang guys. Who would know more about a mustangs price then us. So I've got a 2010 4.0 premium and going to be selling it trying to make up a reasonable price. I know I will be losing money but just want to think what a realistic selling price should be.

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KBB says 18,000

Also have boss diffuser valance and GTCS spoiler in a box to go with the car. Along with oem herders, cold air intake and cats.

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Old 08-26-2015, 03:57 PM   #2
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You could definitely get more than 18,000 for it. The low mileage alone is killer. I'm not too sure exactly what to ask for it but I would shoot for around 22,000 or so. It's a beautiful car man ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿผ


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Your high if you think someone is going to pay 22k for a 4.0 v6


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Your high if you think someone is going to pay 22k for a 4.0 v6


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I could see it going for 15-16 possibly


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Old 08-26-2015, 04:04 PM   #5
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KBB and NADA provide prices of what the average person would pay for a 2010 V6 Mustang with what it has from Ford - Similar to yours. When you factor in the Aftermarket stuff, you are now no longer going by their pricing if you want compensation for all of it. Also, you are now no longer just selling the Mustang to anyone, you are selling it to specific buyers who share the same taste as you. In all honesty, this is a lot smaller crowd, for anyone doing the same.

So if you do list it at $22,000-$25,000, be prepared to either get hardly any inquiries, wait a long time for it to sell, or have someone haggle down the price (Probably back down to KBB). As you will now be waiting for the 1 specific buyer to come along to buy your car.

To add to that - A normal person MIGHT not want the car. Because they will end up spending more money removing the customizations they didn't like and replacing them. Ask me how I know.

Like when I was shopping for a car, I immediately dismissed most modded cars because I wanted something I could make my own and not have to have any doubts or questions on the craftsmanship of whoever installed the aftermarket stuff.

So just be prepared if you do that.

Additional: Yea no one is going to pay 22,000 for a 4.0 V6. Even with Mods. you can buy a 2013-2014 5.0 for that which already has more power and a better platform.
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Old 08-26-2015, 04:11 PM   #6
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You will lose money either way you go. Best to part out and recoup some of the money. Then ask for 15-17k. That will give you a good chunk of money to go out and get whatever car you are looking to get (down payment).

I know its not the answer you were hoping for. But it is the most realistic one. It is very hard to sell a highly modified car. Some dealerships wont even take them if they are too far gone or if they do, you will get low balled to the max.
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Lastly, I see you did some stuff to the intake and exhaust, if the car cannot pass inspections/emissions, plan on this being an even harder sell.
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Kbb lies

I can buy a coyote for 18k

If I were you I'd pull all those mods off, sell private party.

Low miles or not no one who knows mustangs wants a 4.0
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Awesome looking car I like it... Sadly custom parts don't usually make the car worth more unless you find a buyer that's likes what was done... That said still a sweet looking ride ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป


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Kbb lies

I can buy a coyote for 18k

If I were you I'd pull all those mods off, sell private party.

Low miles or not no one who knows mustangs wants a 4.0

cmon man, you know everything on the internet is true...lol
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I was just trying to get a base idea what to ask. I'm not expecting all what I put into the car.

Was going to ask 20,500 but settle for 18,000 some negotiation room.

If some one wants it they can always swap a v8 has the 8.8 with 3.73.
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Someone is crazy if they pay 18 for that man. Not trying to put your hopes down. But I see 15 being a lot more realistic


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I know guys with 14's 3.7 low miles and the car isn't worth that. You have to look at factors like that. If I can get a 14 with a far superior motor, newer body style (hids, better tails) why wouldn't I?
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Special thanks to Oxford for keeping me from letting my 2014 3.7 go for $15,000 with all of its mods. Lol
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Input helps guys thanks, I know I won't get 18.

---------- Post added at 08:00 PM ---------- Previous post was at 07:59 PM ----------

The money is for me and my girl to put a payment down for a house
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Put it back to stock. Sell the car then sell the parts. You will get more like that.


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What all stock parts can you put back in to replace the aftermarket stuff? In order to part out.
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Special thanks to Oxford for keeping me from letting my 2014 3.7 go for $15,000 with all of its mods. Lol

That would have been a deal for the next guy for sure
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The stock 7.5 with 3.31 rear

Cold air intake
Headers and cats
Can't take the TB spacer off
Decals can removed
The louvers can be removed

No longer have the old K member or radiator support
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That would have been a deal for the next guy for sure
Yea. The dealership. LOL
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I can't get rid of my 2014, 3.7, mt82, premium, mca, glass roof with 23,000 miles for $18,000, if I could, it would be gone.

Realistically, $12,000 - $13,000 is about all you would get private party in my area.
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I can't get rid of my 2014, 3.7, mt82, premium, mca, glass roof with 23,000 miles for $18,000, if I could, it would be gone.

Realistically, $12,000 - $13,000 is about all you would get private party in my area.

I wish you were local when i bought my car recently. Lol
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I wish you were local when i bought my car recently. Lol
You don't want my car. It's junk.

I wouldn't trust it to make it from Indiana to Texas.. seriously.
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You don't want my car. It's junk.

I wouldn't trust it to make it from Indiana to Texas.. seriously.
But all the flashy features! Lol. Well when you do sell it, dont tell the next person about how much you hate it XD
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But all the flashy features! Lol. Well when you do sell it, dont tell the next person about how much you hate it XD
Haha .. It will magically become "hard to get rid of" because "I really love this junk, err, car."


Eww ... I felt horrible typing that. I think I need to practice saying those things out loud.
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Haha .. It will magically become "hard to get rid of" because "I really love this junk, err, car."





Eww ... I felt horrible typing that. I think I need to practice saying those things out loud.

Why do you say it's junk?


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