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1999 35th Anniversary Value

Sorry I'm a noob to this forum, I wanted to ask some enthusiasts about my mustang I'm selling.

its a 1999 Mustang GT 35th Anniversary conv. in silver, its fully loaded(leather, power seats, sound system, etc..) and has 81k miles.. its in really great condition and has only oem parts that have been changed at an authorized dealership.

My question is the best offer I have had so far was $7,000. Is that a fair value?
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well, if it helps, I bought a performance red 35th anniveresity gt cont with a 5 speed fully loaded with the 2 tone leather and I paid $10,500
It had 40,500 miles on it when I bought it and was always garage kept and oil changed every 2500 miles.

1999 Mustang GT full 35th aniversity edition 5 speed.
Performance red, two tone leather. bbk headers, borla stinger exhaust, bbk CAI, superchip 93 octane chip, HID Future mods- I'll list later
1997 F150 xlt, 5.4 flowtech headers, true dual, CAI, 4.10 gears, F250 rear axle, heavy leaf springs and air lift. Future mods- V10 triton!!!!
2000 Mitsubishi eclipse GT (My b@$terd child)32 miles per gallon, nothing else good to say about it.
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Get a professional appraisal on your mustang if you want
to know what your mustang is really worth.
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Id say thats a pretty good deal, i bought my 99 35th ann. fully loaded, no leather, but off-road x pipe, flowmasters, short throw shifter, new clutch, 100k miles for 4300

so i would take 7 in a second! but it also depends on where you live. Stangs definitely fluctuate where you live.
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