2002 mustang gt with a little over 150000 mileage. Guy asking for 5000. What is a fair price to offer?

Asked by Aug 12, 2014 at 01:02 AM about the 2002 Ford Mustang GT

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33,815

What kind of miles are they? Highway? Ghetto? Race track? Is this the original owner? What about mantance records? . None of the above? Pass.

237,435

$5K is dealer retail with warranty. Around $4K would be where I would be if everything checks out with your mechanic. Lower the price if he finds something.

75

At 150K you could be buying a money pit. Have your mechanic check it out before you commit.

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