I have a 1973 ford fastback mach 1 i but for my son who is in to ,muscle cars.the motor & trans are in good cond. the car was running when i get it what could i get for it if i decide to sell it

Asked by Jun 14, 2015 at 08:01 PM about the 1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1

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Depends on the overall condition of the car. If it's a rusted out hulk that's been sitting for 10 years probably $250 for scrap. But on the other hand if it's in very good condition probably about $5000. HTH. -Jim

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Depends on engine, transmission and overall condition. May be worth $500 or may be worth $15,000.

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Nada classic car values shows low retail value around 6K , depending on options, originality, and condition...could be worth much more http://www.nadaguides.com/Classic-Cars/1973/Ford/Mustang-Mach- 1/2-Door-Fastback . of course the car is only going to fetch what someone is willing to pay for it - there is one on ebay now with bid of 12k$ and buy it now price 23.7k$ - not original motor

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