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Old 02-27-2013, 10:18 AM   #1
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Low miles/kms

Look at this mustangs kms soo low for its year what's the lowest you guys have seen? And what would you spend to have this car?
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Old 02-27-2013, 10:41 AM   #2
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I got mine in may 2012 its a 2004 with the 04 anniversary yellow and had the premium package manual all that with 10,000 miles on it i payed right around 14,500 some say thats high but the car is brand new seats are perfect, paint is perfect and it was an anniversary gift from her husband back in 04 completely stock so its barely driven and not driven hard. Kbb value was 15,000$ at the time and a 05 with 40,000 miles at the time was 15,000$ so i said why not one tear older and way less miles and i like the 99-04 body better. I wouldnt pay over 15,000 for that in my opinion hope this helps!
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Yeah you got a hell of a deal IMO to nothing feels better then having a low mile car an knowing what you have.
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I sure as hell wouldn't pay $17,500 for an 03, then again I'm not sure what they go for up in hockey country, eh (I love Canada, but it's just so easy to poke fun at).
Here in the southern US, 20k will buy a REALLY nice terminator. 17.5 for a 230rwhp GT or toss in 3k more and snag a 4v 360rwhp monster with potential for mid-high 400s with a heavy tune, pulley swap, and exhaust.
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Hahah Canada is where it's at! And yeah for that year it's way to expensive it's been for sale for a year now for that price you can get a 03/04 cobra here. I bought my 2000 gt for 7000
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Yeah I got mine with 32,000 for $10,000 it's probably a bit high but oh well... And I feel like for that much money you can find a mach 1 with around 30,000 miles on it. And I would much rather do that myself. And I agree with everyone, if you want to spend that much then go another 3-5 thousand and get a 03-04 cobra.
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17k is a lot that's what I paid for mine, an 04 GT with 15 000 miles 6 years ago
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I currently drive mine as much as I want and put like 3k on it a year, so its not hard to keep them low. Ive seen super low (non driven) cars as well kept in showrooms etc
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I currently drive mine as much as I want and put like 3k on it a year, so its not hard to keep them low. Ive seen super low (non driven) cars as well kept in showrooms etc
+1, I put 2,400 miles on mine in 2 years haha. It's at 120.4k now. I think I'm going to buy a new one.
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Or there is the people like me that put 25,000 miles a year on their cars...
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Or there is the people like me that put 25,000 miles a year on their cars...
Ouch.... You definitely get your use and money's worth than.
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Ouch.... You definitely get your use and money's worth than.
Haha yeah. I have a jeep that I drive in the snow. I could drive everyday and save miles on the mustang but at 8-12 mpg I'm never to excited to drive it.. Maybe one day I will get a beater Honda or something.
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Haha yeah. I have a jeep that I drive in the snow. I could drive everyday and save miles on the mustang but at 8-12 mpg I'm never to excited to drive it.. Maybe one day I will get a beater Honda or something.
I have a jeep that I daily drive. My jeep gets better gas milage than my mustang.
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I have a jeep that I daily drive. My jeep gets better gas milage than my mustang.
Then it's got to be a liberty or a 4cyl wrangler right? Unless you live in Europe and drive a diesel... And I have a 1982 Grand Wagoner with a Amc 360 v8 with a 3 speed transmission so yeah no hope there..... And sorry for jacking the thread OP I did not even think of it till now.
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Then it's got to be a liberty or a 4cyl wrangler right? Unless you live in Europe and drive a diesel... And I have a 1982 Grand Wagoner with a Amc 360 v8 with a 3 speed transmission so yeah no hope there..... And sorry for jacking the thread OP I did not even think of it till now.
Haha, nah a grand cherokee. It gets like 22 on reg vs my mustang getting 17-18 on premium.
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Bought mine with 9800 mi. For $13k
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Bought my 03 gt in 04 with 14k miles for $28000
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47000 miles for $9,000
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