Double it to 2 G's and your both getting a great deal!
I think you could stretch the price to $3000, if it runs and is not rusty.Hello Ford fans! As I stated in my introduction, I am very new to Fords, however, have restored Mopars. I have an opportunity to buy a 1966 Mustang that has been off the road sense 1993. Here is the breakdown: 1966, SanJose, CA, 2 door Hardtop, 200 6cyl, Standard interior, Ivy green Metalilic exterior, Black Crinkle Vinyl and Black Rosette Vinyl. 3.20:1 rear end and (a number 5 in the transmission spot which indicates a 4 speed). I think it is a 3 speed though. I know how to check for rusted areas and do not seem to find anything at all (I know all cars have rust in some places). Bottom door seams are flat, trunk and interior floors are good, battery tray and surrounding areas are perfect. shock towers are solid. The car is all there and has not EVER been taken apart. It needs everything as far as restoration. It looks like someone put an aftermarket grill in (in the 80's as well as the 4 bolt mag wheels). I know if this was a Mopar in this shape (318, 4speed, 1970 cuda),it would go for no less then 10K. I just do not know how much this car is worth even doing LOTS of research. I work with this wonderful lady who has owned it since 1990 and she wants 1000.00 for it. I am so used to mopars, I just fell over and told her that it was worth more then 1000 dollars. I want to be fair. Maybe I am wrong and this car is really not worth much. PLEASE help me out. thanks steve i tried to upload pics with the attachment...I was not successful. I will try later
iagree.gifThat`s worth a pat on your back. You sure don`t see this happening much anymore.nod.gifI'm sorry, I'm not much help but I found it pretty refreshing to know that a buyer is not trying to simply get the best deal with no concern for the seller or what the item is actually worth. good luck to you both.