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I am looking to buy another car. I was looking to spend about 6,000. This is what I have saved up. Now I always wanted an older Ford Mustang. Well, I came across a Ford mustang, Cherry red, tan top. The body is in excellent condition, it couldnt be any better. Everything else sounds great. Now the downfall. The car has a mis-fire in the engine. I had a friend(mechanic) look the car over the vehicle. He said it doesnt seem to be the the spark plugs or wires. He would have to get into it. The car other than that is in great condition. It has a new starter. The car is gorgeous. The good thing is that it is selling for 2,000. With the extra money I can afford to pay the bills to have it top notch, even replace the engine, and try to keep it as a classic, since it is in great condition overall, besides the mishap. What do u think I should do? Also what else can this mis fire be from?
 

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Well, that car isn't a collector, and the misfire could be as bad as loss of engine compression on a cylinder--i.e. a new engine is in order.

Good luck.
 

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