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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-26-2005, 03:34 PM Thread Starter
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I am looking at purchasing a 1969 Mustang Mach 1. The car is a San Jose car. It spent most of its life in Denver, Colorado. It is basically rust free. The interior is black with woodgrain, original and near perfect. The paint is original silver jade and is in fair condition considering it is original. There is no body damage. The engine is a 351W-2V that has had a recent valve job. Transmission is a 3 speed on the floor with a console. Drum brakes. The VIN# is 9R02HXXXXXX. The car runs and drives.It needs a new gas tank and a brake job. It has new dual exhaust.The odometer is showing 90000 original miles. I am looking at making a daily driver out of it. Any help on putting a value on it would be appreciated.
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-26-2005, 08:25 PM
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i'm gonna guess at 15k give or take a few grand.

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I'd say 14 to 17 depending on how close to description it is. If it's solid, and running decent with very little needed. Top end on that car is around 24K IMO. I've seen one go for 29K and NADA shows 40K but that is a joke. :no:

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If it's all that with no hidden issues,it's worth 17-18K.He could ask more and get more,especially on ebay it could go over 20K.If he doesn't know what it's worth I would say 13K would be a great buy!
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Transmission is a 3 speed on the floor with a console. Drum brakes. It needs a new gas tank and a brake job. I am looking at making a daily driver out of it.
Sounds like a base Mach 1 with few options which is going to hurt the value. People like lots of options on their cars. That being said, it should be worth around $15K.

If you are truly planning on driving it every day and it needs a brake job, now is the time to upgrade to front disc brakes.

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