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Old 04-05-2010, 10:15 PM   #1
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A few questions about finding a good Classic Mustang, please help?

We have looked at a few and just can't seem to find the right one, one was sold before we even got a change to look at it, apparently they sale really fast, one was beautiful but the more we looked at it, it was all mismatched parts on it, and the other one had alot of rust.

1. How much rust it too much?
2. Is it hard to find a good one for $10,000 or less?
3. Where's the best place to look for classic cars?
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A few questions about finding a good Classic Mustang, please help?

Your not going to find a 65-73 Mustang with no rust, just make sure it's not into the frame and support structures.

Check out Classic Car Trader, they are online and have magazines out at 7/11 etc. they have a Mustang and Ford traders too.
http://www.autotraderclassics.com/
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Old 04-05-2010, 11:41 PM   #3
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A few questions about finding a good Classic Mustang, please help?

If you can't repair it you self, any rust through is too much. Surface rust is easier to repair. There is lots of rust free mustangs in south Texas under 10 grand. Just goggle used mustangs in San Antonio area for instance. Stick with 60's and early 70's mustangs, stay away from 80's mustangs Good luck.
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A few questions about finding a good Classic Mustang, please help?

1. you can find a good car with a lil bit of rust on it for a fixer upper
2. no its not hard at all go to craigslist.com or ebay.com
3. eba or craigslist

hope i helped
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and woot for picking the mustang there great cars!
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