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Mine is 750 a month.


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Wow, if my insurance went up that high, Id probably crash it into a wall on purpouse just to make them get me a new one....I DONT RECOMMEND THAT [email protected]!


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Mine is 750 a month.
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I hope you mean every 6 months at least......

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I hope you mean every 6 months at least......
Nope per month, I am 20, it is pretty ridiculous.
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$9000 a year!!!!!! I hope you've had a bunch of violations.

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$9000 a year!!!!!! I hope you've had a bunch of violations.
I have, shouldn't have had a fully modded v8 trans am w/nos at the age of 15 lol.

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Nope per month, I am 20, it is pretty ridiculous.
State Farm btw.

You're paying twice as much for insurance as you are for your car! I wouldn't have a Mustang for that! That's crazy!

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You're paying twice as much for insurance as you are for your car! I wouldn't have a Mustang for that! That's crazy!
On my insurance an 05 jetta was $500...I have to drive so I might as well drive what I want lol..that is fully coverage though, for liability my mustang insurance should be around $400 a month.

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On my insurance an 05 jetta was $500...I have to drive so I might as well drive what I want lol..that is fully coverage though, for liability my mustang insurance should be around $400 a month.

I would be taking the bus or riding a bicycle at that rate.

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I would be taking the bus or riding a bicycle at that rate.
Yeah lol that's what I should be doing.
But fortunately money isn't tight (obviously lol), and I don't think my bike could give me the same smile as the 5.0
It will eventually go down...

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Just picked up a 2014 GT Premium. I am paying 258 a month right now. With 2,500 deducatable on collision and comprehensive. Insane. But also, V-Power here is 1.68 /L .. about 100$ to fill up. You know somethin though? It's all worth it when you step onto that throttle.

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I thought mine was bad..700 bucks holy crap.im 23 and I pay 321 a month for full coverage on my v6 and liability for my wifes 98 honda civic. I have a 500 dollar deductible.
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My insurance for my GT was around 750 a year for 250000/500000 and I am only 30. No fault accidents or anything. BUT when I got a quote on the next stang it was at 1200.... So I feel your pain.
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I always say, if they buy it, they can drive it into the ground. I have a nephew who just bought a beat up truck. He loves that thing to death. Parks it a mile away from anything in parking lots, washes it twice a day. Not that you would notice another dent in it. I have seen wealthy older adults buy collector cars and don't appreciate them. Its just a status thing. And then trash them. So I guess it would just depend on how much they love cars.
I wish that's what I paid! Lol

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1970 Mustang 351 Cleveland: MANY mods and improvements
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I just checked mine. I pay $68/month for full coverage.


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