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Old 03-12-2016, 07:40 PM   #1
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How much could I get for my Stang

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I have a silver 2001 Mustang GT Convertible with 107k miles on it. Most of it is stock except some wheels from a 2014 GT and a CAI. It's an auto and has the leather upgrade on the interior. Everything runs perfect, I've never had an issue with the car, but I just picked up a Wrangler cuz the Stang was getting too hard to drive in the winter time . Don't worry tho! I still got an '08 GT in the garage I'm just wondering how much my 01 could go for; any input would be greatly appreciated!
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Old 03-12-2016, 10:34 PM   #2
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55-6000? Condition depending of course. Kinda just a stab in the dark tho. Best of luck!
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I bought my 2003 GT (auto) with 103k miles for 6500k, this was two years ago also so the value for them were a little higher.
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I got my 03 a couple mths ago for $5400 with 76k miles. Its a GT Premium, Mach sound system, automatic. Has a bunch of new maint parts, new tires, new headlights, new flowmasters, new oem shocks/struts, newer CAI, tinted windows, new brakes all around, new COPs and plugs, all fluids changed and flushed recently including trans/filter, some stuff Im leaving out I think. But the reason I bought it was because of the price. Around me similar ones are around $6500 or so, some a little cheaper with more miles but usually around or close to the $6k mark. Probably just have to do your research on craigslist, cargurus (great app), etc. Get the market value in your location of what their actually selling for. Cargurus is cool cause you can see most info like how many days for sale, and the market value vs what the asking price is. Find a happy medium plus it depends on how quickly you need to sell. Ive always listed about $500 less than what other similar cars were to get mine noticed first and sold quicker, just have to stay a little more firm on your price, but still give yourself a couple hundred to play with so they feel like their getting a deal.

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I bought my 99gt 5speed with 48k in January very clean inside and out for $6500 and mostly stock

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Can't really say as I have no idea what prices are East of Rockies. Here on the West Coast if it has a clean CarFax and is in nice condition probably $5 to $5.5k.
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I paid $5500 for a 34k mile Steeda Special Edition 2000 GT with a Novi 2000 blower, full Steeda Suspension, gauges, 3.73s, shifter, full exhaust etc... etc...

But it had a rod knock lol.

A good running one like yours that is stock would go for about what I paid. $4500-$6000 depending on condition, market etc... selling now when its about to get warm out is the peak time to sell.
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