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Old 04-22-2014, 05:42 PM   #1
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I've been looking into this 2000 mustang gt Manual transmission it includes a salen spoiler cobra leather seats and cobra front bumper with brand new nitto invo tires no scratches or dings and other after market parts like cold air intake and long tube headers and stage one cams the owner wants 7,500$ for it is this a good price or should I trying asking to lower the price tell me what y'all think
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Old 04-22-2014, 06:13 PM   #2
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How many miles?
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For sure need to know the miles, location also plays a big role. Clean GTs around me that are in the $7500 range are around 120k miles
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Old 04-22-2014, 09:26 PM   #4
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Yeah the owner says it has 147k miles on it
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For sure need to know the miles, location also plays a big role. Clean GTs around me that are in the $7500 range are around 120k miles

The owner says 147k

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I wouldn't pay that much for the car. It's nice to have the cams and long tubes done already though. I paid $8100 for my 02 with 64k miles. Had 3.73 gears, a body kit, bassani catback and a tune. The only way i'd consider buying that car, is if he has documentation of all the work that's been done.
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I wouldn't pay that much for the car. It's nice to have the cams and long tubes done already though. I paid $8100 for my 02 with 64k miles. Had 3.73 gears, a body kit, bassani catback and a tune. The only way i'd consider buying that car, is if he has documentation of all the work that's been done.

That's good to know i wanted to ask so I can get a good range I should try to talk him down too and he has showed me the receipts for all the things he has done to it so what do you think is a reasonable price for the car
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Old 04-22-2014, 09:54 PM   #8
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i was just on craigslist today actually.. saw a ton of gt stangs going for about $5000-$6000.. but i am in the atlanta area.. maybe u can get lucky like i did.. i paid exactly $2030 for my 99gt 2 months ago 👍.. runs great and had plenty aftermarket parts
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How did you do that. Thats a steal

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he wanted $2900 for it on the ad.. but my school refund check was only for $2000.. so i brought him that and he took it.. turns out the guy's dad had prostate cancer
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ride or die i'd honestly pay about $6000 for the car.. nothing more than that
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Riverdale sounds food thanks for your help
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I paid $7000 for my 2000 gt with 58k miles. In my opinion, performance parts don't really increase resale value and then you don't really know how well the car was treated (was it raced, dogged on, etc.).
So, with 147k miles, some performance done, I wouldn't pay more than 4,500-5,000. Especially if it's still the factory motor and trans
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Old 04-23-2014, 08:30 PM   #14
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Hell no. That motor could die on you tomorrow. 150k is a good amount of miles. Plus it's 14 years old, and is before they put a few little "upgrades". Especially if it wasn't taken care of correctly. 4500-5500 is what I'd pay. I got my 03 GT with 116k for 7500$
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Old 04-23-2014, 08:49 PM   #15
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I got my 2000 GT with 88,000 miles for $6000
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Old 04-24-2014, 04:23 AM   #16
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Lol at "stage one cams" does it have a stage 3 intake, stage 2 tb/p, stage 5 intake manifold, stage 4 heads, and stage 6 exhaust!? Sorry I just love it when people call everything stages.. Even though JLT has a stage 2 intake and there are different "stages cams" in some brands.
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Old 05-01-2014, 08:43 PM   #17
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I just got a 2000 GT automatic with 142k for 4800 car is nice never modded got it in VA
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Old 05-02-2014, 03:43 PM   #18
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just for the reference, i got my stock 02 GT, auto, coupe, 91,xxx, for $6k
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I got my 02 bone stock for 4k with 135K premium and mechanically sound could use some paint on the bumpers but thats about it.
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I got my 02 bone stock for 4k with 135K premium and mechanically sound
Good find!

Ya, mine is missing the rear subs/amp LOL...needed a inner tie rod and ball joint...and possibly new cops. but its clean and pretty
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I got my 03 gt with a vortech v2, full suspension done, exhaust, wheels etc. with 30k miles on it for $9000. Looks brand new
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Old 05-03-2014, 02:45 PM   #22
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I got my 2000 gt with 86,000 miles for 6,000 upstate ny area
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Old 05-03-2014, 04:11 PM   #23
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Man thought I got a good deal now looks like I got ripped off
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Old 05-03-2014, 04:34 PM   #24
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No dude, It doesn't matter what u paid. It aint a contest. If it makes you happy, then its worth whatever it costs. Life is short, enjoy it.... you can always make more money.
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Old 05-03-2014, 05:37 PM   #25
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Hell no. That motor could die on you tomorrow. 150k is a good amount of miles. Plus it's 14 years old, and is before they put a few little "upgrades". Especially if it wasn't taken care of correctly. 4500-5500 is what I'd pay. I got my 03 GT with 116k for 7500$
Where does everyone get the idea that 150k is the death sentence for cars? I have a ranger that shows about 280k on the clock but the odometer does not roll over consistently it rolls over about 40-50 miles for every 1000 i drive. The trip meter works just fine but i have never had any problems just did regular maintenance. I still drive it every now and again
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Yessir, I have a 99 Ranger 4x4 that I bought new in 99. it has over 260,000 on it... I still have it. I plow with it in the winter. I just got rid of an 01Monte Carlo SS. It had 192,000 on it and still ran like a champ. Modern cars are pretty easily able to reach the 200,000+ mark as long as you maintain them.
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Where does everyone get the idea that 150k is the death sentence for cars? I have a ranger that shows about 280k on the clock but the odometer does not roll over consistently it rolls over about 40-50 miles for every 1000 i drive. The trip meter works just fine but i have never had any problems just did regular maintenance. I still drive it every now and again

You have a ranger... Not a race car. Lmao

Treated well, these engines can last a long time. But it's a GT mustang that most likely was abused and/or taken to the track numerous times. So they die early. Unless you bought it when it was pretty new and have kept it.
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You have a ranger... Not a race car. Lmao

Treated well, these engines can last a long time. But it's a GT mustang that most likely was abused and/or taken to the track numerous times. So they die early. Unless you bought it when it was pretty new and have kept it.
Not really the police departments used the same 2v 4.6 for almost 20 years as long as you take care of regular maintenance and address any of any problems that arise early you wont have catastrophic failure. And in regards to my ranger, I got it when I was 15 do you really think I haven't ran the damn thing hard? And hate to break the news to you but mustangs are far from race cars. Not saying that I don't love my car but I realize it is really not that fast. And if you think about listing mods to make it track worthy dont bother. I learned to wrench on a sub 10 second 93 cobra. Got any other questions, concerns or curse words?
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My old 98 GT was at 193k miles before I sold it. Still ran like a champ.
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thats impossible remember?
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I got my convertible 00 gt for $2900 with 160xxx miles completely stock, thats here in vegas
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thats impossible remember?

If you think that people don't take their gt's to the track to RACE then you're blind. You may think our GT's are slow now when compared to the coyote, but in 2003 this was the coyote comparison. It was the bad boy on the block and it got raced and tracked a lot. Almost guaranteed.

Oh, and I also stated that if you got it fairly new then it'd be great. Hence, if you got it new ish and that would mean it would have been taken care of without thoughts of if the previous owner abused It or not.

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Im talking about the 302 pushrod I never said that they dont get ran hard but the motor is a great design with a solid transmission. But most of these cars get ran at the track maybe 5-108 times a year. What about all the crown vics that have 200k miles plus and run great? All im saying is that they can go for a while if you take care of them. Even ran hard. Like I said I have beat the hell out of my ranger and it still fires up every day. But at this point the argument is done, good talk.
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He'll I got my gt.5.0 t-5tranny 90000 ragtop for $4000and it's runnin fine.

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Oh I confess it needs valve cover gasket passenger side..but when I do it i am starting at the lower intake up.😤

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