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Old 09-30-2013, 10:38 PM   #1
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Whats my Stang worth?

1998 GT automatic with 140k miles

-Saleen replicas all around with toyo proxes
-Paint is faded on entire car (black)
-shifter linkage needs adjusted
-needs a radio
-drivers side window doesn't work

Everything else works fine besides listed above.
I just want a mustang with less problems so I can modify it. This stang isn't worth pouring money into with all these problems and mileage. I've had 4 other stangs and I should've kept any of them cuz this one was the worst

What should I be happy with selling this on Craigslist?

I paid $1850 and didn't know half the problems until after. And I planned on fixin it up but it's just not worth it.
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Hmm I would start by asking 3300, any pics
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if your going to buy a newer gen like a 99+ I would say ask 1850 and get your money back. some kid will pay 2k for a mustang ... if your going to buy another 98 gt then I would say do not sell it ... the price of a car that you will be happy with will probably be about 5k or so ... so think if you got 1500 for your car that's 3500 more you would spend for a new car... take that 3500 and you could buy a new head unit, fix your window motor and get your linkage adjusted and at the same time buy a lot of mods for this car. every new part is a good part.. don't give up on your mustang
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Old 09-30-2013, 10:57 PM   #5
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if your going to buy a newer gen like a 99+ I would say ask 1850 and get your money back. some kid will pay 2k for a mustang ... if your going to buy another 98 gt then I would say do not sell it ... the price of a car that you will be happy with will probably be about 5k or so ... so think if you got 1500 for your car that's 3500 more you would spend for a new car... take that 3500 and you could buy a new head unit, fix your window motor and get your linkage adjusted and at the same time buy a lot of mods for this car. every new part is a good part.. don't give up on your mustang
It's not the window motor. It's the regulator. And I've been working a lot and just made around $700 in 9 days work and next check should be close to $1k.
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I myself have had a few mustangs thinking ill sell it and buy a better one.. what happens is you sell and while you wait that money you have you spend some of it so now its as if you got less for your car... then you get a new car and find new problems after owning it for a while... you have the car, you own it.. no car payment.. just fix it up. do it over time... eventually it will be a beast .. if you cant fix something yourself save up and get a pro to fix it..
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