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fair price for this SVT Cobra?

long time lurker here, thinking about pulling the trigger on this car...

link: 1993 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra

assuming they would negotiate, is $25K a decent price or am i way off?

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The normal asking price I have seen 1993 Cobras going for is about $25,000 but that is usually with about 6,000 miles or less. The one you are looking at looks very nice but I would value it around $20,000. Best of luck!


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Drivers seat has issues going on at the left corner, the center console isn't original.. Looks like their value has climbed up in the last few years. I was looking for awhile and as B.Cooper stated they were around $25k. I attached a link for you to compare the 2, the one in my link is authentic

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They are both nice cars, but there`s no way "I" would spend anywhere near 40k for a `93 Cobra. Of course this depends on how much you want the car, if it`s your "dream car" etc. Lots of variables.

25k for the one you showed in the first link? Mabey, but not without having a competent mechanic go over it from hood to trunk. & if the seller won`t let you have it inspected, that should raise a big red flag....
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I bought mine in 1997, complete with a crunched right fender, for $6000, $9000 was being asked, had 91K, everything stock.



I put the 10-holers on it to save dough on tires. My wife allowed the "buy" only on condition that she use it, after repairs, to drive to work daily! She was the talk of the parking-lot crowd.

My nephew in the Marine Corps., stationed in Okinawa, got it from me for a song, has it up on blocks in Kansas now. He will be glad to hear about this thread!
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I bought mine in 1997, complete with a crunched right fender, for $6000, $9000 was being asked, had 91K, everything stock.



I put the 10-holers on it to save dough on tires. My wife allowed the "buy" only on condition that she use it, after repairs, to drive to work daily! She was the talk of the parking-lot crowd.

My nephew in the Marine Corps., stationed in Okinawa, got it from me for a song, has it up on blocks in Kansas now. He will be glad to hear about this thread!
Thank him for his service
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