I just picked this up @ the Food Lion Autofair last week. I'm the 2nd owner, and it only has 50k original miles.
I agree, I don't like that style wheel either. I came close to putting some cobra R style wheels on it. It doesn't make sense to put more money it in if I'm gonna sell it soon.Wow that's a great find!!
Makes my car look like sh1t to be honest..I'm gonna need new paint and new leather fairly soon..although my car does have nearly 300,000 miles more on it .
I have also always not been a big fan of those wheels...BUT it does make me jealous because they are 17s.
How much did you pay for her?
Yes, several pretty pennies. :yesYou still didn't answer my question
I'm sure you payed a pretty penny for her. I'm just curious.
I bought this car from a dealer at the autofair. Do you think he bought the car so he could break even on it? If do decide to sell it, it won't be to make "a couple thousand"....more like a couple hundred.I honestly think the OP only joined this site so that he could get the word out that he only picked up this 5.0 so that he could sell it. He started this thread 3 minutes after joining the site.
That would also explain why he won't answer your question JohnGT.
Attitudes like this make me sick..........buying a cherry car like this just so that you can flip it for a couple thousand more than what you paid for it and with no real intent of ever truly appreciating the car for what it is. Greed in its most obvious form and not realy a true enthusiast if you're just going to treat a car like a prostitute
Well, not totally wrong.I bought this car from a dealer at the autofair. Do you think he bought the car so he could break even on it? If do decide to sell it, it won't be to make "a couple thousand"....more like a couple hundred.
This is my 9th Mustang, and I've babied every one of them. It's funny that you're giving me grief for not appreciating it! In fact, I will only sell it to someone that plans to keep it garaged and use it as a weekend/show car. It won a first-in-class yesterday at an all-Ford show in the 94-98 open class. I don't have the room to keep it garaged all the time, and I really don't want to let my 18-year-old use it as her daily driver this summer.
My hobby is detailing, modding, and fixing Mustangs. I have spent about 10 hours on this 95 GT making it as nice as possible. I am a member of several Mustang websites and a moderator on one, too. I am also a member of a local Mustang club. I will NEVER sell the 06 GT vert that I've spent 5 years modding & enjoying. Do you still think I don't "appreciate" Mustangs? You are entitled to your opinion. It just happens to be totally wrong this time! :chillpill
I see you decided not to swallow that chill pill. Who said I took the car to a national show? Why do you care what "selling points" I use?Well, not totally wrong.
You did start up this thread about this car and how you intend to sell it only 3 minutes after you joined the forum and as your first post after the usual "newb" post.
As much as you just made a case for 10 hours of detailing on this car prior to driving out to a national mustang show, can you honestly tell me that's not going to be used as a selling point?-----"extremely clean car, won first in class trophy at its first show"..........even if that's not on the for sale sign, I'm pretty sure you won't hold back from mentioning it.
As far as selling this car to someone who will "only keep it garaged and use it as a weekend/show car"----ha, all they have to do is show you the money and you won't care what happens to car as long as the check clears.
I'm not going to argue with you anymore about this, regardless of you being a moderator on some other forum, it doesn't change our first impression of you on Modded Mustangs.