guessing your going for an 05 since your selling both?Fishers Stang said:yeah dont want to but I really want a Mustang GT :uhh:
cant pay for the insuance on the 05 would love to, but naw the vic has 103,000 miles on the motor and my stang is gettin old.. would be more money to do that then would be to buy a new carsonic04edge said:guessing your going for an 05 since your selling both?
Just a wild thought. Maybe it would be cheaper to drop the motor and tranny from the vic(if the tranny will fit) might be cheaper. Just a thought tho
05 GT around here is $26,900 to $30,000 cant pay for it... to much money Vs. $12,900-$17,900 for a 02+ GT with everything i want on it.dark said:if you have a good record and a heafty downpayment, then an 05 gt wouldn't be too difficult to get, even with the insurance, which i think would be worth it, just for the 05
but since you said no on that, what year are you gonna get?
if you say 04, then get a mach 1 or a cobra instead
both cars over 100,000 miles, and no dealer would buy for more then $4000 eachdark said:^though if you get $7k for each car, then you can put around $10k down on an 05, and pay your insurance off for at least 6 months (maybe even a year) with the other $4k. while you're waiting for insurance to catch up, you can save your money. plus, with a $10k downpayment, you'd only owe around $8k on the 05
personally i think it's worth it, but that's me
well I love to drive in snow, (Indiana gets a good amount) and also this summer my Laptop PC will be in the car also 90% of the time, dont want to shift.MonteCitan said:FYI 5 speed > Auto in snow..
and unless you've had a 5 speed car before (and lived with it on a daily basis) and know for a fact you wouldn't be happy with it.. then I'd say you suck manual trans = ownage.. soooo much more fun... the fun factor out of traffic alone is so worth it