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Old 09-28-2005, 09:33 AM
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Hey, can somebody tell me how much does Mustang'69 cost today? Approximately...

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lots....................depends on the condition and history of said car.
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$3600 - $12,600 for a basic stripo model, nothing fancy. (NADA)

The $3600 part would be one thats been setting in someones back yard for last 5 years.

The same car if a boss or mach or 428 or 429 in same shape could very well bring $10,000 and WAY up needing a total Restoration job.

Like Ponch says to many ifs and here-withs to even discuss pricing.
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A teacher I uesd to have had a clean 60's era Mustang,Her and her husband wanted around $40,000 for it.......
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Anyway it would be cheaper than my future Cad.BTW, as i remember you plans, you dont wantto purchase car in exellent condition...
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Anyway it would be cheaper than my future Cad.BTW, as i remember you plans, you dont wantto purchase car in exellent condition...
Yes, you are right. I want to do a lot of things with my future Mustang. So it's not necessary to buy new car. : )

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