Am I paying the right amount

Asked by Jun 23, 2013 at 11:26 PM about the 1966 Ford Mustang Base

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I am thinking of purchasing this car and want to know if I am paying the right amount and not too much? $37K

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for 37 grand, that should be the best '66 Mustang in the world- seems like too much to me because that amount of money will buy a lot of collector car- I swoon when I think of all the possibilities- the Ford assembly lines cranked out a ton of '65 and '66 Mustangs- I had a '66 in '69 and the door fell off- ripped the hinges out of the metal- were they cheap? you betcha

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I am in Australia and this car has been converted to right hand drive too

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no, I don't get the attraction of the Mustangs- unless it's a fastback and says "GT 350" on it- they are just fancy Falcons- I'd rather have a Falcon Futura, 289 4 speed with bucket seats- pay $17K for that and use the other 20 grand to feed the Kangaroos and Koalas

I think that's a good Down Payment for a GT or maybe even a Ferrari .... get a Raptor ha ha ha

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