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  • avatar texases 02/02/12 11:37 am PST

    Using the Edmunds used car appraisal for a 1990 Mustang (1 year makes no difference) I got what I thought I'd get - $500 to $1,000 for a 'rough' one like yours. I'd ask $1,000, accept down to $500, less if I really wanted to get rid of it. How much were the rims? They might sell better separately. The rust is a BIG problem.

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  • texases 02/02/12 11:37 am PST

    Using the Edmunds used car appraisal for a 1990 Mustang (1 year makes no difference) I got what I thought I'd get - $500 to $1,000 for a 'rough' one like yours. I'd ask $1,000, accept down to $500, less if I really wanted to get rid of it. How much were the rims? They might sell better separately. The rust is a BIG problem.

  • MrShift@Edmunds 02/02/12 11:41 am PST

    sounds like basically, a parts car. Just take the first decent offer and be SURE to make out a Bill of Sale stating that the car is sold AS IS. Rusted cars can be dangerous. Id be happy with $1000 if someone offered me that.

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