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i want to purchase ford mustang 1964 or any relevant model in better condition....plz help me its urgent...
 

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Well to be technical that is no 1964 Mustang, it was a 1964 1/2 (or 1965 first full model year).
But running and road worthy the low end is about 9500 dollars, that is for a coupe (not fastback) with a six and no options.
A Mustang rated at a 5 (parts car) has an estimated value of 1100 dollars, again nothing special base model.
A Mustang that can take trophies at a car show goes for about 17500 dollars and a convertible in the same condition can sell for in excess of 30000 dollars.
So that puts the low end at 1100 dollars and the top at 30000 dollars.
 

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The price of the car is directly related to the condition of the vehicle, the originality of the vehicle and the vehicles provenance.

Prices will range anywhere from $7500 for a complete car in need of a total restoration to $75,000 for a fully restored rare edition model.
 

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I'm in Malaysia and there's one 1965 Ford Mustang 289 V8 which retails for RM 128,000. That's like roughly USD 38,000?
 
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