opinon on 91 ford mustang 4 cyl

Asked by Jun 14, 2013 at 12:48 AM about the 1991 Ford Mustang LX Hatchback

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

Runs great, 170,000 miles, no ac. what should i sell it for? do people like these kinds of cars?

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250,895

There is a market for the older foxbody. You mentioned it is a 4Cyl. The 5.0 V8 is more desireable, but owners have been buying clean 4cyl cars and retrofitting in a V8 with the suspension, braking and drivetrain components. If it's clean and no rust, it has some value. Is the picture you posted the car the one your asking about? I ask because it has the dual exhaust, has it been updated already?

250,895

Depending on mileage, you can expect to get up to $2K. Good Luck!

2,425

some people would prefer the 5.0 liter engine but other people could settle with the 4 cylinder engine for the gas milage.the highest yi=ou might get is $2000 for your fox body mustang. since the car doesnt have the 5.0 liter engine it will be worth less now.

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2,425

not a lot of people like these cars because they just look weird compared to other muscle cars. but some people like them because they are cheap muscle cars, you could fit any engie in it , and theirs alot of after market parts for it.and they are easy to find

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850

wanna buy a 80 with just over 48,000 original 6cyl auto.[make an offer]

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i would buy today

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