1995 Gt 5.0

Devin O'Donnell

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hi guys, I have a question to who ever is reading this and responses! Say now, thanks for your time!
I might be purchasing a 95 GT and the guy is asking $1,600 for it seems a little low, manual, convertible, also has 163,000 on the odo. Anything specific I should look out for? I know rust and things like that, but anything else? Thanks
 
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mikestang63

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Just like buying any other 21 year old car that mostly kids drove- expect it to be rode hard and put away wet. In addition to the usual things to inspect, Mustangs should be checked for rust in the shock towers, torque boxes ( and for signs of tears). Bring a small magnet to check for bondo, a flashlight to look under the car and inside the engine, trunk, etc.

Post some pics of the potential purchase and we can help out better.
 
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stykthyn

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Be leary of one that has an anti theft system. They don't play well with the cabin electronics and ive diagnosed several where that was the culprit.
The car is a convertible. I'd the top is in poor shape budget a grand to get a quality replacement installed.
Without seeing pics of the car and going off your description I'd say it's in the ballpark. 15-2500 is the going rate for the run of the mill convertible. If it was a documented low mile car or special production like a cobra or saleen I'd think it was insanely low.
 

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94-95's aren't known for holding value.

With that said, I'd try and find a 94-95 Cobra 5.0. Fairly underrated car if you ask me considering many 87-93 guys slap on GT40 heads and explorer intake which is what the cobra already has. Plus you have the better brakes, 5-lug, modern chassis, etc.
 
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