i bought a 84 5.0 2 door convertible needs paint and new covertible top

Asked by May 24, 2016 at 06:36 PM about the 1984 Ford Mustang Base Convertible

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I want the average values

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Sounds in fair condition, would be around $1500, but needing paint and a top, figure around $1000 to the right buyer. Fix it up and closer to $3K if no rust. Old Foxbodies are increasing in price.

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A decent job would be 3-6 thousand and cheap top $1000 w/labor or Stayfast top add 1500 more... example of a Stayfast top will last 20 years with 5-year warranty--really quiet, sturdy, and folding glass rear window--tunes sound better too and road noise way down!

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