Price is high for amount of work needed. He sees concours car selling for $65-80K...I'm not seeing many "actual" sales. Also fails to mention that a concours resto on this car will cost $50K+. Of course, most know this...
Location: Formerly Sioux Falls, South Dakota - Now Silverhill, Alabama USA
WOWZERS........After seeing that for $18500 I'm very happy I bought mine in the shape it was in 6 years ago - - - and I didn't pay much more than that for a solid, fully functional, drive-it the day it arrived (albeit mine is just a '66 "C" code and came with an engine).
Guessing that puts mine's value in the $40K range Better call my insurance agent.
Yeah '65-'68 Fastbacks have been on the rise the past 10 years...eclipsing convertibles...big time.....
...but alot of it is due to shows like Barrett-Jackson and Mecum Auctions....Alot of liquored and "pumped up" bidders... I think that the market on them will cool off a bit and stabilize within a few years..but prices on them right now are solid.
Melbourne, FL (Formerly from Long Island, NY!)
1965 Mustang Convertible 200cid I6, 3spd Manual (Soon to be swapped for a '65 Date Coded C4!)
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1966 Mustang Sprint 200 Convertible 200cid I6, C4 Auto
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