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Old 01-14-2006, 10:42 PM
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Originally Posted by Clean_5oh
well said.
LOL.

Off topic, but isn't the 91 notch Calypso green as opposed to emerald green?
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Old 01-15-2006, 12:12 AM
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Originally Posted by Darkhorse
LOL.

Off topic, but isn't the 91 notch Calypso green as opposed to emerald green?
2 different greens are they not. Isen't the Calypso lighter?
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Old 01-15-2006, 05:39 PM
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5000 to 6500 max. That year is good but 11000 is way to high.

I agree with white snake
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Old 01-15-2006, 09:43 PM
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Originally Posted by 88GTCOBRA
5000 to 6500 max. That year is good but 11000 is way to high.

I agree with white snake

your dead wrong mister. that is just right.
ok same senario... but with an 87 Grand National it would be worth about 14K in good condition, now factor in that it has only 54k kms on it. now the price is probably a g-note higher.

Your argument... we this is only a mustang. true, but so what. clean low milage ones are damn hard to find. So many people beat the crap out of them, modified the heck outta them, and then even worse... drove them in the winter. This particular car is a calean low milage one. perfect. If the owner sells it for less then $10,000 then he is losing out.
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Old 01-16-2006, 10:25 PM
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Ya $ 10,000.00 would be fair for that car real clean
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Old 01-17-2006, 07:24 AM
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I think that anything over 10g's is too high. Sure it has low KM's but its no Buick GN. A buick GN was a lower production number specialty car. I don't think a Fox body is a classic yet or should be considered a classic.
A fair price for me would be 6-7 thousand.

just my 2 cents
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Old 01-17-2006, 11:23 AM
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Originally Posted by Stang6589
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A fair price for me would be 6-7 thousand.

just my 2 cents

ok cheapo. you can buy the crappy ones.
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Old 01-17-2006, 02:53 PM
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Originally Posted by 91mgt
ok cheapo. you can buy the crappy ones.
This is true, I am cheap. You can find cheaper and just as nice if you travel to the US. But everybody knows that.
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Old 01-20-2006, 12:09 PM
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Clearly the guys here that are cheap have not gone shopping for a clean, and i mean clean 5.0.
They are rare to none. Guys say mint BullS$#T. I sold my 92 coupe for $5k with 214k on the clock, it was a 7/10 car, very clean.
Maybe the guys responding $5k for the value are under 20 years old or something. $5k hardly buys you a good TV nowadays.
Seriously, 54,000km (34K miles) is worth at least $8k, maybe more to the right buyer - go to the US and find a mint 34k mile car for $6.5kUS and I will buy it.!!!
My 16 year old honda accord with 132k on it got offers for $3500 by several people.
Get real.
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Old 01-23-2006, 11:30 AM
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I agree with the guys like 91mgt.

Heck I sold this car:

In spring of 2005 for $10500 and kept a few things off it.. Has original paint still and there was NO and I mean NO rust on this car even starting anywhere. As far as clean coupes go you wouldnt have found a cleaner one unless you stumbled upon somehting with 10000 Kms and never got drove. It had 148000 Kms, and I had a good amount of mods. Now when I bought it it had 138000 Kms, and it was basically stock, but with the cervini hood and had Weld Draglites. I paid $8700 for it due to the cleanliness of the body.

A totally stock, down to the air silencer fox body 5.0 with 25000 Kms or less will go for a good amount and deservedly so. It's still basically a new car. Bone stockers in the high 40 / 50-80000 KM range as long as they are still almost like new seem to command anywhere from $8000 to $11-$12000. Depending on the model etc.. Obviously a sweet low mile Cobra GT Vert commands more $.

In the end it's worth what someone is willing to pay, however the low miler car with owners that didn't track them every saturday morning, and and jus cruised em around on nice days, left them untouched as they came from Ford, are worth more than the ones with 155000 KMs and a list of mods a mile long... actually THAT depends too... a fully redone fox with a 450 HP pump gas turbo motor that runs and drives like stock and was built well, car looks like new, etc, is worth every penny.
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