1999 mustang white top white leather seats oxford white paint does it mean its juat rare or means it got some money value

Asked by Sep 11, 2012 at 02:25 AM about the 1999 Ford Mustang GT Convertible

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1,245

Great car. In about 2 years it will be a classic. Then it will be worth a little more.

263,995

Right, not worth anymore than any other 1999 Mustang convertible.

Ok then why did they not make many of them its like a 67 chevelle malibu automatic on the floor that is a rare option for that year cause usually they are in the colomn and they are worth more that just because of that reason they have mustang white on white has got to have more value for them being the trim option is different and rare all together

295

Doesn't mean anything.......Just another color combination.I have a 1990 wih the same combinaion...doesn't make it worth any more or less either...

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