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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-29-2009 Thread Starter
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Whats this 1967 Mustang worth?

I dont know much about the car other than it ran when he parked it a year ago... lol... stang has 289 with auto shift, needs restoration he's asking 2800 for it but its pretty rough. Any ballpark estimate on what its worth?

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-29-2009
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Pictures can speak louder then anything.My 68 i paid 3 grand for it was sitting in a garage for years but was a good rust free car.What you got to think of is do you want a mustang and keep it stock or one to make your own.

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It's only worth was someone is willing to pay for it. From someone who owns a 66 restored stang, it seems worth it.
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There is an old saying that also comes into effect. You can't pay to much for a classic. You can only buy one to early.

To me the difference in price is body rust. Most of the other stuff doesn't really matter because you end up replacing or cleaning it up anyway.
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How much of the rust repair can you do yourself? If you have to pay to repair it, the cost of purchase, then repair could easily exceed buying a better car to start.
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