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Old 03-29-2016, 04:00 PM   #1
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While looking for a 4.6, I found this at a small dealer for 4,900. Has 141,000 miles but it seems to run good. Took it out for a spin and the exhaust sounds great, it shifts smooth, and seems to run good (but what would I know, my only mustang is a 3.8 )

Should I stay away from buying a GT with this high of mileage? Also, I would be doing a PI head swap in the future. I also found an 01 bullitt 190k miles but with a remanufactured motor for 7k but I'm not sure if I have that much to spend right now.

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Old 03-29-2016, 04:03 PM   #2
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I'd just invest into a 02-04 if you plan on putting money into it. Especially for that price.

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For that price you'd get a nice GT
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Old 03-29-2016, 08:26 PM   #5
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I think its too high. If you want it and it checks out offer $3500 or so. Ill sell you mine for a little more than the asking price, haha.

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Old 03-29-2016, 09:42 PM   #6
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Of course this changes based on where you live, but I definitely wouldn't spend that much on an sn-95 with that many miles. Around me I would value it not much more than $3500
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I bought my 2000 gt with 150000 miles on it for 3700 hundred. Plus the dealer is going to hit you with taxes and finance...... and its not all that its bone stock 1998........ the body looks wack from those years

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It's your own preference. I paid 6500 for my 04 gt with 115k on the clock
It drives great and sounds amazing.

If you like it go for it


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I thought the price was a little high but I can't find a decent
mustang around here for under 7000. Going to look at a sonic blue new edge this afternoon.

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Keep looking, one will come along at your price point. You may have to wait a bit. This is prime selling time when the weather starts to warm up and not the best time to buy a Mustang if you are looking for a deal.
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