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Old 08-26-2006, 01:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have an opportunity to buy a very nice original 65 Mustang pedal car. I'm having trouble determining what it's worth. We're talking all original and complete. I've googled till I'm sick and can't quite seem to come up with a value or any web sites selling original ones. All I can find is stuff on the new remanufactured ones from the original tooling. Can anyone give me any ideas. I've got a couple hours before I go look at it and I'll definately buy it, I just need to have an idea about value so I can negotiate fairly.
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Old 08-26-2006, 02:20 PM   #2 (permalink)
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You could check out this pedal car that I found for you on eBay.

eBay's a lot like WalMart, if they don't have it, then you don't need it
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I had seen that one but I'm looking for an additional source. I wouldn't want to use Ebay exclusively to determine value.
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Old 08-26-2006, 03:10 PM   #4 (permalink)
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You could check out this pedal car that I found for you on eBay.

eBay's a lot like WalMart, if they don't have it, then you don't need it
Hmmmm... I must not need anything. The main reason I gave up on Walmart was they never had what I needed. I was so tired parking a mile away fighting the crowds and pallet's of crap and getting to my aisle only to find they don't carry it. My wife even talked me into going there to get a battery for her Maxima 2 months ago....guess what? They don't carry group 35's with left positive anymore, just right. They did three years ago. Why change?
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I've seen a couple of decent ones at flee markets around here priced aroud $500. If they sold or not I've got no idea.

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Old 08-26-2006, 06:58 PM   #6 (permalink)
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A couple of years ago they were anywhere from $300 to $600 in good shape.
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Thanks everyone, that gives me an idea of value depending on condition. I should have pics later tonight (since I didn't hear from them this afternoon) and I'll keep everyone posted on the outcome. If it is in fact a Mustang pedal car and I get it bought I'll post a picture.
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