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Question How much can I get for my 2003 Ford Mustang GT?

I have a 2003 Ford Mustang GT and i was considering selling it and i was hoping you all could give me an estimate of what a good price to sell it for is? It has 124,000 miles on it, a 300$ Alpine CD deck in it, it is an automatic, it drives flawlessly and i have yet to have a problem with it, kept immaculately clean. It has a rebuilt title, i mainly bought it because it only had damage to the passenger quarter panel and no damage to the frame, brand new paint job on it too. What do you all think?
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It also has dual flowmaster exhaust pipes on it and tinted windows.
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Prices are different from city to city and state to stare. Check KBB.com for the national prices. Also check local ads and craigs list for comparable cars and prices.
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you could try looking at Kelly blue book or Edmunds to get an idea of the price. I would think that the value would be a little bit lower due to the rebuilt title.

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The rebuilt title is going to really lower the price drastically. If you can get anywhere near KBB you are lucky.

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depending on who you sell it to after market stuff you wont get back sadly but i would check kbb maybe go on autotrader.com see what the price range they are
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I just recently bought the 2003 GT for my wife with a rebuilt title and we bought it for $9,500 if that helps.
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i would say 6k those rebiult titles still take so much away from it. but if people will pay 10 ^^^^^^ thien more power to ya man.

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I'd say 5k-6k as well.
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well **** lol, i appreciate the help guys, KBB says 9,000$ which seems a little high considering the rebuilt title but i was atleast hoping to get 7000-8500$ for it
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i paid 7500 for my 00 GT with 69k miles. yea if you can take your Aftermarket/ add-on parts off and sell them on their own

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i paid $6200 for my 2000 gt vert with 76000 miles on it.

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you might could get 7 but thats the max i would list it for 7500 and go from there the high miles and title kills it
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4k. I payed 8k for my 1 owner 03 GT with 70k miles, 5spd, and clean title, no accidents. Also it's a premium. I'm sorry if you think I'm low balling, but with clean title low mileage cars pretty cheap, a high mileage salvage title car is going to be hard to sell.

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My buddy just bought an 03 gt with a salvage title for $6000. Yours has a lot of miles on it and his only has 73000 so I'm guessing you could get $4500, maybe $5000 if you're lucky.

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