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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-11-2002 Thread Starter
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$ on a 1973 mustang

just curious, how much (roughly) would one think a 1973 mustang grande cost...
heres a lil description..
black interior and exterior.. paint is 2 yrs old.
interior: 6months old. (all is original though)
351 v8 cleavland FULL RESTORED.
added a lil flow master
stereo (cd 4 speakers)
added rpm meter.. oil presseure meter, temp . meter.
no dents- no scraches-
2nd owner...
what do u guys think??


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It all depends on the quality of the car. How are the floors including trunk, frame rails, torque boxes,whell houses, and rocker panels? Are they solid?
If they are covered in undercoating beware, thay are hiding something.
You need an experienced person to put the car on a lift and inspect it. If the car is good the seller should have no objection to doing this. Depending on the condition I would guess between 3,000-8,000 dollars.
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umm alll solid we did check... and the floor is a ok..

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If you're SURE that all the stuff I mentioned is good, then I'd check the suspension and steering, and all the other mechanic of the car. If all that is good and the engine and trans are sound, it's gonna depend on the quality of the restoration. If it's number one show quality it could be as high as 10k but I would guess from what you describe 5-7k. RAY

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I have never seen a 71-73 coupe go for more than $5000, and I have seen a very clean 351 2V MACH with new paint and interrior go for $5000
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We publish a book by Jerry Heasley every year called the Mustang Price guide. It puts a 1973 Restored car at $5700.00

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ewwwww. grande? :p yea its still a mustang but that is the ugliest mustang ever!!

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to each their own,but while the sportsroofs are good lookin cars i woudnt call a grande ugly,different but not ugly.i had a 71 dressed conservativly with alumunam slots and duals,gold in color it was a sharp car.it all depends on your taste and the look you want...and they are cheaper to buy and can be made to go just as fast.in fact its kinda fun to surprise the"good looking"cars.just my 2 cents

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ewwwww. grande? :p yea its still a mustang but that is the ugliest mustang ever!!
Really? I like em', I seriously think they're cool...

In fact... I was seriously tempted to sell my 75 Thunderbird and buy this: http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...&category=6236 , but thought better of it... you've got to admit though, with just a little Mach I treatment... that car looks pretty good.

If I had the money and a way to get to Kansas and haul it back... That'd be my next project!

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