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You can do as others say, offer much less for that car than the asking price.
Dealers, just like private owners, pay different prices for different cars...so you have no idea what they actually paid for that car. Sometimes THEY pay too much for a car. If the seller doesn't seem to want to bargain, he may have paid too much.

Looks like you have both Bakersfield and Fresno, each not too far away. Keep trying.

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man, if the dealer wants to argue with you, walk away, somethings not right, u can def find a better deal. once u find the stang that's right for you won't want to drive anything else

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My friend bought a NICE 05 torch red mustang gt for about 13k with about 35k miles on it! So I'd keep looking

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Thats Way too high of mileage for the price man, keep shopping!

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