To me it's way overpriced, just look at the seats and rear facia, plus the fact it has issues now. It seems he's trying to get what he put into it. Not worth it to me. I paid almost half that for mine 3 yrs. ago. It's a 5K car at best and that's giving in a lot.Yea. He sounds pretty set in 7K though. What would you offer?
If I’m laying 7K then I expect to get a little drive time out of it before the swap while I finish saving up the rest.
I just really like the SN95 body styles. It’s my favorite mustang save for the ‘69 Boss and the ‘66 fastback.just realized this is a coyote swap situation. you'll be WAY better off getting a used 2011 GT, dude.
You advised you have a budget of $20k for the swap and suspension, not including the car... IMO you can do the swap for a lot less than $20k so maybe invest a little more up front in a solid platform.