I found a 98 SVT cobra with 149,000 miles and the person wants $4,000 obo. What is a good offer ?

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Asked by Apr 30, 2012 at 12:12 AM about the 1998 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra 2 Dr STD Coupe

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it depends on the state the car is in, i would start low, and try to find a happy medium, if there are any problems, point them out, and tell the person that your going to have to get them fixed, and try to talk him down a little on the price. good luck

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Thank you. What would be a good low price to start with ?

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4000 is not a bad price unless there are serious flaws with the vehicle. if the body is in good condition and the engine / trans are in good condition, this is not a bad deal. if you show up and flash 3500 cash, he'll probably take you up on it. make sure you do it smart, tho. gettin jumped and goin' home w/o a ride would stink.

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Andrew, drive it first. Trust me... I have an F150 that's a total loss because I didn't drive it before I bought it.

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Thank you very much. I will most certainly test drive it before i make an offer.

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