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What you really need to do is drive a 5 year old (insert generic economy car name here) for 5 years. Growing up can suck but being 50 with a Tacoma, a Stang, and a paid off house rocks!
I concur.
And would add... RETIRED at 50.

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JohnRichard - Thanks for the link. It's listed as $27k, that's very upsetting.

kkuo12887 - Not everyone can get the discounts you listed, and I just built a 2013 exactly the same as mine and it's a tad over $37k. I can see what you are saying though, I probably won't get $32k for it.

ssimaniac - I know VA is a good place to buy but too far away to move! My GF would never go that far from her family.
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With the following incentives:
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$36129

Note, this is usually a price that the dealer is comfortable selling at. Hence it is "haggle-free". There are no USAA exclusive incentives. You would be able to get this price by going to the internet sales manager even if you were not a USAA member.

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Dash, I didn't want to get you down too far at once. What you really need to do is drive a 5 year old (insert generic economy car name here) for 5 years. Growing up can suck but being 50 with a Tacoma, a Stang, and a paid off house rocks!
^what he said^ but add being 42 with an F150, a Stang, and a paid off house



Good luck to you, OP, and I am glad to see that there are still some young people around here who actually do think with the head that's attached above their shoulders. Maybe you could get a hold of my 22 year old and 'splain it to him since I am obviously "too old" and "don't get it", lol:nogrinner

If you end up getting 28-29K for your Mustang thank your lucky stars and move on. I'm thinking you'll really end up in the high 26 to low 27 range myself, but like I said, good luck to ya'


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