whats up guys? I am writing this because i am considering selling my car. It's listed in the classifieds already, and a few other sources, but i have been thinking a lot about this, and wanted to see what other "experts" think
i have a pretty clean 1994 GT, newly built N/A 408 with an A5 behind it. 0 drag passes on motor/trans. I have upgraded the suspension, cooling, ignition, etc...
the engine is a roller cam/linked lifter,iron headed 10.5:1, pulls great, gets pretty good mpg if you just cruise it. the biggest downside is that it is carb'ed. this car is a great example of lots of power, good street manners, turn key, needs nothing, but as i try to estimate a price to sell it for i realize:
1) SN's are not as desirable as other models.
2) this car is nearly 23 years old!
3) Carbs scare lots of people off.
I would love to get $10K out of my car, but I am not sure if thats possible considering the price on older mustangs. i have it listed intentionally high because of shows like "fast and loud" and all the others it seems like everyone wants to low ball people like crazy. seems like prices for used mustangs go like this (high to low).
1) used coyote 5.0's
2) Terminator new edges (good luck finding a non-ragged out one)
3) bullets/machs/any 3 valve cars (including the S197's)
4) old 5.0's
5) 2 valve cars (96-04)
i built my car for the track, and now after moving way too much, i do not have a track anywhere near by. i figure marketing it to drag racers, it might get the most appreciation and less concern for the carb.
Here is a link for my car
i would appreciate your guys opinion on what you think a fair asking price is. it has been paid off for over 10 years, and i do not need to sell it, but my family and i could use the funds in a few different ways. i do not expect this to move until spring....lmk