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Old 03-22-2010, 12:30 AM   #1
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How much should I sell a 66' Ford Mustang for?

I just bought this car from my girlfriends grandma about 2 years ago. I thought I was going to build it into a crazy 1/4 mile beast....SVO style 302 with GT40 Heads and some Sticky Mickey Thompsons, you know crazy muscle. But that was two years ago, and now i really dont wan't to rape this car like that, the car was garaged 28 years by grandma (it was granpa's car, and when he passed away *RIP* granma didn't wan to drive it any more so she garaged it) and has been garaged by me for 2 years. It has plate stickers from 1975! Its a 289 Model, 5 lug, A/C Unit And white/beige original pony leather. Its even still sitting on the original white wall tires! The car is kinda of avocado green. It looks dirty but if you rub it you can still see gloss. The Transmission is stuck, and so is the diff. I feel bad selling it, but i need money to fix my real race car which i use for SCCA solo runs / drif events (89 Nissan 240SX). SO...For How Much Should I Sell it For????????
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Old 03-22-2010, 12:37 AM   #2
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How much should I sell a 66' Ford Mustang for?

Coupe ? SportBack? (Fastback) GT

Basic 66 Coupe Old Car price guide, condition

#1 Just like rolled off the show room floor 25500
#2 Orginal very few mod's but best you can get to New 17850
#3 Rebuit modified Daily Driver thats got what it takes to win at show... Or has been sitting untouched for many years and has 0 rust on it, might need work but its Orginal....7500 to 11900
#4 Beater Drag car Daily Driver just not right.... 3800 to 5500
#5 Better than a parts car but just a basket case 2200 to 3000
#6 Shell, might roll just not much left... 600 to 1000

Good Luck.... You desicribe #3 you can set your own price and add best offer. You can come down on price when someone wants to deal... You can't raise the price when doing a deal...

Happy Motoring... Also you can't use it as a correct price guide but you can look at what they are selling for at eBay
http://www.motors.ebay.com/
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Old 03-22-2010, 12:56 AM   #3
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How much should I sell a 66' Ford Mustang for?

I would say with all the stuff yo have on it probaly like $28,000.
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Old 03-22-2010, 12:57 AM   #4
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How much should I sell a 66' Ford Mustang for?

$27.50 and sell it to me
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Old 03-22-2010, 01:28 AM   #5
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How much should I sell a 66' Ford Mustang for?

I would say at least $20,000 if not more, it all depends on your area you live and if you can find someone to buy it, I would get the car appraised by an appraiser and then possibly put it on e-bay for sale with a reserve price, go to e-bay and check the prices of mustangs and what they are selling for. Good luck.
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