Anyone know anything about old cars?

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  1. iheartarcee

    iheartarcee Idonotheartbeastwars

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    I have a very very mint 100% stock 66 Ford Mustang fastback im selling for my father in law. Can anyone point me to where I can find its value or does anyone know the value of this car? I dont have the miles on hand but they are very low, like under 30,000.


    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. Insane Galvatron

    Insane Galvatron is not insane. Really!

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    I'll give you $5 for it right now. Had you mentioned this before I bought my new car, when I had a huge wad of cash, I'd have offered you $7,500 for it. Since I put that down on my new car, I only have $5.
     
  3. Jux

    Jux Please, call me Steve. Veteran

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    My buddy who knows cars says 30-40K.

    An ebay auction for a complete restored one is currently going for a Buy It Now of 30K.

    And I don't mean to advertise, but the site in my sig has an automotive section full of car guys who would give you better info.
     
  4. Prowl_Delta_31

    Prowl_Delta_31 Eating your donuts

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    Well it kinda depends on what kind of fastback it is...................Grand Touring, T5, 2plus2.

    A basic Mustang Fastback V6 pony package, I say about $19,000.00
    Mustang Fastback Grand Touring, 428hp V8, Rally package, I say about $25,000.00


    Get some more info if you can.
     
  5. Drake

    Drake Smooth Is Smooth Baby

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    Try to get in touch with one of the classic mustang registrys. Do a little looking online and you can probably find them.
     
  6. Red04Cobra

    Red04Cobra Well-Known Member

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    Realistically if it's in that good of shape and that low mileage of a car i'd say north of $15,000 for a V6 car, and likely $25,000+ for a V8 one. Two excellent sites would be The Corral - Home and Ford Mustang Forums News and Classifieds . Old stangs are HIGHLY desireable and shouldn't have much of an issue selling it.
     
  7. BlitzFire

    BlitzFire Well-Known Member

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    they go from anywhere between 15gs and 35gs

    and also

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  8. General Magnus

    General Magnus Da Custodes of the Emprah

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    A Mustang?

    Damm. I love that car so very much....
     
  9. nOObiE do0

    nOObiE do0 noobious maximus

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    Dont forget..
    If it was never restored and has most of the original parts,It can go higher.
     
  10. Hybrid Prime

    Hybrid Prime Banned

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    Get it certified through a ford dealership.That way they can tell you if it is all original.That gives people peace of mind when buying collectors cars.There is an auction for cars they show on the speed channel all the time.I saw a near mint 66 fast back go for $69,000.00 and they only take a small percentage.If I could remember the name of the auction I'd give you more info.
     

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