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Put it on eBay There are all kinds of Mustang enthusiasts all over the country. restorers collectors .
(Ever watch "Pimp My Ride" ?
 

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hmmm....you're probably not going to get more than $2,000...if that. We paid $2,500 for mine, and it's body was fine....interior needed a little work, as did the chassis and tranny. But, it was fine other than that. I looked at a real horrible one for $1,800....you could start with that and let the people tell you what they'd pay.
 

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It would be worth about 1500 dollars or maybe less depending on the shape and just how bad it is. Now I love mustangs, have 6 of them, but when you let them get bad they can't be worth much.
 

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The best price is the lowest price someone is will to sell it to you for. Now this may seem like a smart *** answer but that is not the intent. There is no NADA, Kelly Blue Book, or Black Book on old wore out 65 Fords. They are worth exactly what a restorer is willing to pay.
 
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