I have A 1999 35th anniversary addition performance red with a white convertable top. Wanting to know what it might be worth.


Asked by abney04 Jun 26, 2012 at 09:07 AM about the 1999 Ford Mustang STD Convertible

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

54000 miles

5 Answers

Tom Demyan

The 35th anniversary Mustang is just a trim package and not worth anything more than a normal convertible. You didn't mention if you had the GT/V8. But if you have the V6 expect to get about $7000-$7500 for it if you sell it outright.

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It is a V6. Does it matter that the top is white? You just don't see these very often

Tom Demyan

Note sure on the top color, but see what you can get. Don't just go off what I posted. That is a ballpark figure based on some car value guides. If someone really wants it, they will pay top $$$ for it. Look at other cars like yours for sale online. Places like this one, cars.com,ebaymotors etc. to get a better idea on what others are asking and actually selling for. Just don't have high expectations. Mustang buyers want the GT V8 model if they do want to own one.

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Andy Gomez

Kelly blue book it.

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All 1999 Mustangs had 35th anniversary badging. The true 35th anniversary was a trim package available only on the GT models. It was a trim package with a special spoiler, wheels, etc. I think they only made about 4900 that year. Do a Google search for more specifics.

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