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I was at the dealership yesterday to get new sneakers put on my fusion and I saw this in the lot. a "2014 Ford
Mustang GT Premium Coupe." Several things about it look not stock to me, like the wheels, the grill, spoiler and the lack of "5.0" on the sides. However, I'm not totally familiar with the models or options so I decided to ask you all here.
 

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I was at the dealership yesterday to get new sneakers put on my fusion and I saw this in the lot. a "2014 Ford
Mustang GT Premium Coupe." Several things about it look not stock to me, like the wheels, the grill, spoiler and the lack of "5.0" on the sides. However, I'm not totally familiar with the models or options so I decided to ask you all here.
What you had mentioned that you noticed plus the shifter, and exhaust is what I noticed on that car
 
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They were asking $21.5K for it. It has just under 30k miles on it. I almost thought about seeing what they'd do in traded for my 2014 Convertible (V6) with 86K on it
 

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They were asking $21.5K for it. It has just under 30k miles on it. I almost thought about seeing what they'd do in traded for my 2014 Convertible (V6) with 86K on it
The asking price is a little high in my opinion with almost 30k on it. $18.5k or $19k may be more inline for that mileage. Shoot my '14 had 3,864 miles for $24k, right place at the right time I guess
 
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I think you hit them all - GT500 rear wing, GT500 style rims, GT500 front end conversion kit and the shift nob isn't stock. Looks like standard brakes so no track pack/brembos. Back and exhaust looks stock to me. Appears tom be in really nice shape
 
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Sharp car. Its almost how I have my car set up. Does the rear look lowered or are my eyes playing tricks? What they're asking is about the going rate here on Long Island. $21-23K range. There's always wiggle room though.
 
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Car looks really clean but the only thing that bothers me about it is the fact that the fender 5.0 badges are missing. And under the OEM fender badges are 2 holes used for lining up the emblems. If the holes are missing it may indicate it has been in an accident and had the fenders replaced along with maybe the bumper and hood. Which would incidentally make the perfect time to upgrade the upper and lower grills as shown. I would look more closely at it. More specifically under the hood along the fenders and radiator area for inconsistencies. Good luck.
 

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A lot of the mods hit. Strips look kinda like partial Boss 302 stripes. The shifter I think is stock. I have seen a few like that and always assume stock as I have seen them on all stock low mileage cars when looking for one...

Post under the hood pics so we can see if any mods there. Those are really the ones that can make or break a deal.

As already stated price is high for at least where I live and where I live I can almost always find better deal the farther away I go... Stock cars sell more than modded cars and stock this car is around 19-20K where I live with those miles. So in current form if no other mods I would ballpark this car at the 18K range.
 
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In hindsight I suspect the car may have already been sold when I was looking at it. It was sitting in the back of the building as opposed to thse pix of it in the front. I found them on their site after the fact with the price info. Its still listed however, and now also a 2015 so the site might be up to date. I'm going to book an oil change for the weekend (if I dig mine out of the snow) so will inquire then.
 

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In hindsight I suspect the car may have already been sold when I was looking at it. It was sitting in the back of the building as opposed to thse pix of it in the front. I found them on their site after the fact with the price info. Its still listed however, and now also a 2015 so the site might be up to date. I'm going to book an oil change for the weekend (if I dig mine out of the snow) so will inquire then.
I have noticed dealers around here at least leave a car listed on their site for a few days after say I buy it. I figure either to see how many leads they get on it after the fact or just time to get somebody to update it. I would bet they list almost as soon as they get it cleaned and pictures. haha
 
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