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Old 02-16-2014, 06:42 PM   #1
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Good price?

I'm lookin for another mustang and I found a 2002 gt 5 spd. White looks pretty nice.. Interior is very nice paint is good.. My question is how much should I pay for this.. It's a dealership. And it has 91,000 miles..
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I'd pay 3,500-4000 depending on what condition the car is.
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Car looks to be in really good condition from the pics..
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Woah if say 3,500-4,000 is way too cheap. At least around my area that's too cheap. I'd say 7-9k but dealerships always jack the prices up higher
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Yea that's what I was thinkin. It's priced at 7990
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Woah if say 3,500-4,000 is way too cheap. At least around my area that's too cheap. I'd say 7-9k but dealerships always jack the prices up higher
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That price range (7-9k) sounds about right to me too.
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Woah if say 3,500-4,000 is way too cheap. At least around my area that's too cheap. I'd say 7-9k but dealerships always jack the prices up higher
+ 1 on that.the price is 7-9k in my area.
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Yea that's what I was thinkin. It's priced at 7990

Wow $7990 is cheap from a dealership! Usually most around here are about $10,000 dealerships are full of rip of ba$tard$ lol it's a better to investment in a car from a private owner because you can negotiate to an agreeable price easily. Private buy > dealership. Any day, all day!
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I was thinkn it's pretty cheap to. I'm gunna go look at it today and see how it drives and all that.
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Look at the engine, check if there's any oil coming out of the driver side valve cover. There should be a hose from the intake to the valve cover if oil is seeping through it my buddy told me that when this happens oil is leaking through the I-rings and is losing compression very slowly.
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$6k Mint Condition + service records. If no service records, no matter the price, have them service the transmission fluid, differential fluid, and rest of fluids.
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Alright thanks guys i will defiantly be checking that out
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I wouldn't pay over 5 for a 99-04 GT
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Good price?

Lol. Good luck finding a 99-04 mustang GT in good condition for less than 7-8. With 91k miles I'd say 8-10k is reasonable. That's what they want for them in the dfw area of Texas.
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So after a few days of waitin for the dealership the car is no longer for sale.. It had a cracked bellhousing so they fix that then they found out there was somethin wrong with the motor and they weren't gunna sell it anymore. So now I'm back to searching again...
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I wouldn't pay over 5 for a 99-04 GT

+1!

Here you go OP http://amarillo.craigslist.org/cto/4309746454.html
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There's a kid in my town with a mach 1. Has 76,000 miles and he said he would take 10 for it. Lowered 18 9/10 fr 500s intake long tubes x pipe and some other stuff done to it.. I might just jump on his red and black
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There's a kid in my town with a mach 1. Has 76,000 miles and he said he would take 10 for it. Lowered 18 9/10 fr 500s intake long tubes x pipe and some other stuff done to it.. I might just jump on his red and black

That's a awesome deal. Dealers want 15k+ around here for a Mach 1 with 85-95k miles. So dumb lol.
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So after a few days of waitin for the dealership the car is no longer for sale.. It had a cracked bellhousing so they fix that then they found out there was somethin wrong with the motor and they weren't gunna sell it anymore. So now I'm back to searching again...
Is this the car?
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