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it is all subjective.it may attract someone that is looking for a restore,but without seeing the vehicle it is impossible to say.but it does have value.take your time and see what people will offer,and find ones in similar conditions.once you have done some mild research,try Craig's list ,but don't take the first guy that comes along,this is another step in your research.now if you get a great offer,then it's decision time.in my opinion,when all is said and done,find a mustang club,and with your cards close to the vest see what information they offer,and in the end you will have a volume of information.i definitely think you have something of value.at the end you have one option left,and that is that you may make more money selling the car in parts,as some parts for these cars are hard to find.you can offer it as a parts car,and have the buyers,under your watchful eye,come tools in hand and purchase,and remove them their self
 

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depends on if it runs, what size engine and if it needs much body work. if it needs alot of body work but runs as it is now still worth around 4k to 5k
 
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