is trading a 1988 mustang for a 1971 el camino smart?
Hi, im new here but I own a 1988 mustang gt 5.0L 5 speed manual transmission. I am always open to trades for equal or better value classics or modern muscle cars. I dont mind projects but heres the deal. I buy, I burnout, and then I trade or sell. I owned a 1988 mustang gt foxbody 5 speed before, exactly like the one I have now except different color. I regret ever trading it because it was reliable quick and it put a lot of imports to rest. I only had it for about a little over a month, and then I traded it. Now I own another one with 94k miles, one owner, rebuilt motor from ford with a roush block and it runs great, just the other day I out ran a 2008 dodge charger r/t twice on the street. Mustang love aside, I only want the best investment for me. Im asking for your opinions. The mustang is mostly stock except the air intake, and its all original except replacement motor. 1 owner car. The el camino is straight body rebuilt 350 with chrome accessories, new tires, new headers, new rally wheels all it needs is paint and interior work.