what would a 1968 Mustang (base model) be worth. Have 13K original miles, nothing after-market done to the car. Perfect condition.
The answer to your question will vary greatly based on a factor you didn't mention: What engine and transmission are in it? The V-8 engines 289 and larger are considered more desireable than the smaller 6-cylinder engines, and a manual transmission is mated to one of these is typically worth more in resale than an automatic. Other options will also determine final value. Simply stating "Base Model" does not give enough information to give an accurate analysis. Also, with a car of that low mileage, documentation can increase the value. Any original build sheets, sales receipts, etc., or even a story as to how it survived, would increase sale price.
Thank you for the response. The car is a 289 V8 with an automatic transmission. I don't think there is any original documentation, but there is a good story around why the low miles. Thanks again.
its worth as much as a persons willing to pay.
if you can prove its all original and such, im sure you could easly pull over 30 g's out of the right person, my dad had a 69 fast back all original with 57 thousand km on it and it sold for 133,000$ 4 years ago
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