What is the value of my 1987 Ford Mustang GT with 6,000 actual miles

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Asked by Nov 27, 2012 at 08:34 PM about the 1987 Ford Mustang GT

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Purchased 1987 Ford Mustang brand new off lot.  ONLY 6,000 actual miles.  Excellent condition.  What is the car woth?

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Wow! It really depends on where you live though... If you live in a northern climate where most of these older cars have already rotted out and are not around anymore or if you live in a southern dry climate and there are allot of these cars still rolling around! Either way, I would say its worth between $10,000 and $30,000... Depending on how much you market it and where you live. The car market is tough but you can make things pay off big-time!

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It all depends on how nice you kept the car and the running condition that its in. If it runs well and looks good you could getting just about anything you wanted for a car like that

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I've seen them selling for close to what you paid for it new. But get a price in your head and market the car and see who bites.

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Thanks for all the feedback! To answer some of the questions: Live in Iowa, car is in excellent condition. Stays in garage, has no rust. I clean (inside and out regularly). Was bought about a month before brother passed away and just don't drive it much. The car runs great and thinking about selling to get new electrical in house and perhaps a newer garage. Just have no idea of what its worth and not in a hurry to sell.

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if it is in reality showroom clean a gt should fetch over 10000 woth only 6k miles, of course mileage isn't everything, and it gets 'classic car' status this year as it turns 25. they have always been popular cars and im sure there is someone out there who will pay to own her, i would start asking around 15000 and see where it goes from there....

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STAYS IN GARAGE IS GOOD. THAT MEANS ITG HASN'T BEEN EXPOSED TO THE USE OF SALT ON ROADS IN WINTER. ALSO A FACTOR IS SIZE OF ENGINE, TRANNY, AUTO OR MANUAL. FOUR OR FIVE SPEED. BUT FROM YOUR DESCRIPTION I WOULD SAY THAT THE ABOVE PRICES ARE JUST ABOUT RIGHT ON.

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If it is a hard top about $10K to 12K depending on options..IE: leather interior, sunroof..5 speed is more desireable than an automatic transmission..A convertible?....I'll give you $14000 now!

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My 1987 gt convertible(23k miles)almost showroom condition,just appraised at $19,500,and going up,give it another 5 years,and these foxbody stangs are going to climb into mid to high 20's,there not gonna be a dime a dozen anymore!!I had my car since 87,and I would never sell it!!

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My 1987 gt convertible(23k miles)almost showroom condition,just appraised at $19,500,and going up,give it another 5 years,and these foxbody stangs are going to climb into mid to high 20's,there not gonna be a dime a dozen anymore!!I had my car since 87,and I would never sell it!!

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My 1987 gt convertible(23k miles)almost showroom condition,just appraised at $19,500,and going up,give it another 5 years,and these foxbody stangs are going to climb into mid to high 20's,there not gonna be a dime a dozen anymore!!I had my car since 87,and I would never sell it!!

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@bianfox.man that's a sweet ride! The crome ponies really set it off nice and the ram air hood is a nice extra touch. Is the ram air functional? I need to find a set of white ponies for mine.

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Thanks,I like the chrome ponies,I still have the turbine wheels that came with the car new,as far as the hood,I do have the functional ram air attachment,thats getting painted,I will install it before spring time

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http://losangeles.craigslist.org/sgv/cto/4357163616.html selling my 1989 convertible if anyone is interested...

I have 87 mustang saleen with 16 k miles showroom clean all service rec car # 160 if your interested in the car you can email me for more info car autograph by Rick Titus and has race history scca car show room classic

Vbuchan1@yahoo.com

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