This guy at work has a 94 or 96 Mustang GT (Forgot which year, I'll get back to you on it, but it has the 90's body style) He put leather in it, has a bunch of upgrades such as the cold air intake and random things like that, it's manual transmission, it has the mach 460 speaker system in it, 17 inch rims, lowered it alittle bit, has this silver lining on it (I think he said "The GT silver lining" I have no idea what that is), and I believe a few other things. Anyhow, he got in an accident with it awhile ago and he's selling it. From what he told me, the body just needs work (the front left and right sides of the car are crunched). He told me some mechanic said it would cost 6 grand to fix. He also said the engine, electronics and all were still working fine, it's just body work that needs to be fixed.
Here's where I need your help, he said he'd sell it for 2500-3000 bucks because it's an eye sore for him and he doesn't want to see it anymore. I was thinking about switching the interior, taking out the engine upgrades and throwing it into my car (If the upgrades are universal for the V8 and V6) taking the rims and throwing on regular whatever rims on there, and just take off whatever else I would like on it. Then I'd have it fixed and sell it for more than 2500-3000 and hopefully make some profit off of it in the end.
Sound like it'd work? Good idea, bad idea, your thoughts are needed here guys
Thanks in advanced
** I'll go to his house when I have a chance to check it out and bring my digital camera so you guys can see the damage and all.