Thinking about selling...

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  1. kissrocksforever

    kissrocksforever Active Member

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    I just wanted to post this here as a sort of feeler/opinion welcoming thing. I'm thinking of selling the stang. I don't drive it anymore and I'm saving for a house... And houses where I am start at $600.000.

    Let me know what you think of the car.

    1994 Ford Mustang GT
    273,000 KM's (170k ish miles)
    5.0l, 5 speed, Rio Red


    ~mods~


    GT40 heads
    GT40 upper and lower intake
    B-303 cam (2012)
    BBK longtube headers (2012)
    bbk CATTED x pipe (2012)
    flowmaster american thunder cat back (2012)
    underdrive pullies
    65mm SVO throttle body
    K&N reusable air filter (2012)
    3.55 gears


    Full Tune up in 2012 including..


    Spark Plugs and wires (Ford racing 9mm's)
    Fuel Filter
    Serpentine Belt
    Harmonic Balancer
    Block heater
    Many new gaskets


    New battery put in 2010.


    New Rear Tires July 2013. 6000 km's on them.


    I'd guess it's around 300 hp at the moment


    ~the not so great~


    Needs some work done but nothing major.


    -Front Brakes (comes with them not installed)
    -U joint on driveshaft. You can hear it while driving.
    - Signal flasher relay or the control switch.- The signal decides for itself when it wants to work.


    Also comes with two spare front seats out of a 2002 V6. Can be put in themselves if desired to used to make a set of cobra/mach 1 seats.


    Engines makes no bad noises, no exhaust leaks, and the car feels strong. If there is any interest send me a PM as it'd prefer to sell it within the club.


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    I'd be thinking of asking $3200 and accepting no less than $2500

    Thoughts?
     
  2. MikeBo

    MikeBo New Member

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    Seems like a more than fair price to me, assuming no rust and that it's clean. Overall on a scale of 1-10 what would u give the interior and exterior?
     
  3. kissrocksforever

    kissrocksforever Active Member

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    Exterior is original paint, but given the fact it's 20 years old its good. Some stone chips and door dings. There is a small rust spot on the drivers quarter wheel well that can be repaired (I've had it looked into and it hasn't really spread under neither. The paint is bubbling a bit but no actual hole. 7/10 for a 1994

    Interior is good other than the bolster on the drivers seat (of course). It's ripped but that's part of the reason I'm throwing in two doner seats. 7.5/10 for a 94.
     
  4. the5.ohh

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    Not trying to be a moron but, maybe you could convert the KM's to miles. A lot of people see 273,000 KM's and scratch their heads. GLWS
     
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    FivepointSlow Well-Known Member

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    [MENTION=17616]the5.ohh[/MENTION] 273,000 km converts to 169,634.335 or roughly 170,000 miles.

    Conversion rate is 1 km = 0.621 miles I believe.


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  6. 1997GT4.6

    1997GT4.6 Well-Known Member

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    Fair price. If I was looking for a 94/95 GT I'd jump on this car! Looks well taken care of.
     
  7. kissrocksforever

    kissrocksforever Active Member

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    Thanks for the input guys!
     
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    Goldmember Well-Known Member

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    Devil's advocate: If you're like me, you will regret selling it. Then, if you want another 94/95 down the road, you'll likely not find one as nice as yours is.
     
  9. 1bad95

    1bad95 Well-Known Member

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    This man speaks the truth. You sell it and go to look for one in 2 years, and now the.CSR you just sold for $7k 2 years before now cost you close to $9-10k to get back into something not even as nice. Just went thru this

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  10. Orange 94

    Orange 94 Moderator Staff SN95 Supporter

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    Wow, big difference in price on the other side of the country. Here that price with that km is like v6 price lol.
     
  11. kissrocksforever

    kissrocksforever Active Member

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    So If I sell I'll make sure to list it over in your end! lol