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going price for 1993 white on white limited edition mustang?

i dont know much about the prices that these stangs go for so i was hoping you guys could help me out. my father is looking at a 1993 white on white limited edition 5.0 lx mustang convertible. it is in great cosmetic condition and has only 44k miles on it. the only thing is that the guy selling it is asking 9500 for it and i thought that sounded high for it, but like i said i dont know the going rate for them. ive looked around the net for values but cant find a place that takes the white on white limited edition into consideration. if you can, please help me out. thanks a lot.
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i would never buy a fox for $9500 unless is a 93 cobra w/super low miles on it
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it sounds like to much to me also
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Never heard of limited edition '93 except for the Cobra.

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Sorry but I agree, thats a high price and whats so special about a white on white conv. 93'? Unless its a cobra, there isn't anything limited in that year. the only special foxes in the 90's were: cobras (93) 89-90' 25th ainnv (april of 89'-may of 90') and 7-up foxes. But even the 25th and 7-ups aren't looked upon as true limited editions. Even though they are reconized by some classic insurance companies as limited production cars. I wouldn't pay over 4500.00 for it, unless its a full on custom racer.
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Can't forget about the 93 lx vert yellow limited edition, which came with the chrome ponys from the factory....http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1993-...QQcmdZViewItem But I have never heard of a white on white one.

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i found one site that briefly talks about the white on white limited edition ones, its on this page if you scroll down to the 1993 model year. http://www.musclecarclub.com/musclec...istory-3.shtml

even so, still sounds like too much
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I stand corrected, I just found out from a few different places about the white on white one. White Pony wheels and white leather.... lots of white.

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???

$9500 is way too high, I could possibly see going $6000 on a low milage ride such as this but absolutely no more. There were 1,500 of the limited edition vibrant white stangs produced in 1993, last year of fox, maybe collectable in the future but only a visual package.

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they are great cars, but lets be honest. they are comprised of OLD technology. the base of these cars rolls back to 1979! 9500 bucks is way too much. you could get a late 90's stang for that much around here.

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I remember those cars and they were limited edition like the yellow with chrome ponys. As with any older car, price is whatever the market will bare. Personally for 9500 I would go with a mid 90's Cobra. I would say a max of 6000 if you really want the car and it is as clean as you say. Just how many more are out there left with 44K? I have always heard that less than 10% of a model make is left after 10 years. This figure would be higher with some cars like vettes and some mustangs, but overall V-8 mustangs suffer high attrition rates.
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in my opinion the last 3-4 models years will see more as collectables. a few reasons are the improved EFI, and how interchangable they are with other years. I would just look for a 90 and up 5.0 somewhere else. You can get one in good shape for about 3k, and then dump the other 6k in mods. hint, hint.....
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Can't forget about the 93 lx vert yellow limited edition, which came with the chrome ponys from the factory....http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1993-...QQcmdZViewItem But I have never heard of a white on white one.
Your drag car runs 80mph, in he 1/8???
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I say it depend where you are at in the Country too, a 44,000 Original Mile Fox is hard to find. Hell POS ones go for 6 grand around here and 93 Cobra push the upper teens.
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Having owned one of them 10 years ago and the fact that they are consider a collectible I don't think $9500 is too high a price if the car is in great shape. Yes, they don't have the best chassis in the world but they are far more easier & cheaper to work on then your newer mustangs. I told my wife when we had our '04 Mach 1 that I thought the '93 and older Mustangs had more front leg room than the newer models and when we bought our present car it proved to be true. I've owned my share of Mustangs(13) over the years and still prefer the older('93 & back) cars.

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