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1964 and 1/2 Mustang Coupe. How much is it worth?

I am trying trying to sell my 1964 and 1/2 Mustang Coupe. It is in decent condition and runs. A new motor was put in not to long ago and $1,000 was just put into it to get it running good. It just needs some body work, interior, and new tires.

How much should I sell it for?
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Welcome to AFM! Finaly someone from Montana!! You can check out NADA for a value.

1964 1/2 Mustang (Teal Green), Ford 302, Bored .030 over, 3/4 cam, Edelbrock Performer 289 Intake Manifold, Edelbrock 650 CFM Carb, Hooker Headers/Collectors, 2 1/2" Exhaust Pipes, H-Pipe, Summit Glasspacks, 15" Magnum 500's, Cooper Cobra 215/65 front - 235/65 back, Summit 3 1/8" Tach w/ Shift light, 105,000 Original Miles On Body, 2500 Miles On Engine, Interior and All Chrome/Decals are Original and in Great Shape!
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My brother-in-law had a '64 1/2 Mustang. I believe he let it go for way less than what it was worth.

In my observation of seeing this model at auction, I would say anywhere from $5,000-8,500 depending upon buyer. That's my personal estimate on the condition you describe.
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Hello. The value of the car would depend on a many variables that aren't really reflected in the NADA guide. The big one is which motor,carb, tranny the car came with originally. The fluctuation in value isn't nearly as extreme for a coupe as it would be for a convertible or fastback, but it still makes a big difference. If your car originally came with the 'U' code 170cid six cylinder and a three-speed manual tranny, that will be a hard car to move unless the body is basically all original and solid as a rock. If it's an F code 260 2bbl V8 with an automatic, it will still need to be veeeery solid, but it is at least sellable. The D code 289 4bbl with a four-speed manual would be much better and a K code would be best of all. If you could tell us a little more about the car, like the first 5 digits of the vin, and possibly post a couple of pictures of the car, and take a look underneath the car and see how much rust there is and how much rust repair has been done to the car, that would help out on figuring out how the car is actually worth. Good luck.
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