How much is my 1973 Mustang fastback worth?

Asked by Aug 28, 2013 at 05:38 PM about the Ford Mustang

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1973 Ford Mustang Fastback, white, clean, little rust, 130,000 miles, everything original,

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6,955

Hi, first of all if your Mustang is the one in the picture above, it's NOT a fastback, it's a Coupe. a fastback has a long sloping rear window with a big space behind the rear seat seen thru the rear window. 130K is high mileage for a Stang of that year and the coupes aren't as popular as the others so don't expect a lot for it. Fastbacks and convertibles are the most desireable but a coupe should bring decent money if it's in rust_free condition with a decent body and interior and runs good and everything works on the car. Normal low-end would probably be around $2500 but I've seen $1500 on some Mustangs of that vintage that need work. The high-end for a real nice daily driver like the car in the pic would be maybe $7500 but more than likely around $5000,. Rust-free makes a big difference in prices. Shock tower rust and floorboard rust-thru was and is a big problem with the vintage '60's and '70's Mustangs . Without seeing the car in person or atleast big closeup pics, I would start at $3500-$4000 and go from there, if no response lower the price to $3000 and so on and so on until you get a strong response or sale. Unfortuinately It's still a buyers market right now and collector cars aren't bringing in the money that they did or would have back in 2005-2006 before the economy crash What the car is worth is what someone will actually pay for it. but these numbers I just gave will get you started. BTW, Here's a pic of a '71-'73 fastback Mustang, notice the rear window. Good luck, Kenny/MrBlueOval

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i have one in the pick 351c 4 barrels , "q" code model rebuilt engine...I paid 28k

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