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Is this a good deal/good car?

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-1996 Ford Mustang
-58 thousand miles
-v6
-automatic
-convertible
-new top, tires, shocks, stereo, speakers

price: $6995 obo


So, is this a good deal? Are mustangs any good? I like the aesthetics of them but I don't know much about quality, etc. Help me dgz!
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I wouldn't pay anymore than 6k for it private party. Then again, I don't know what kind of options it has, either.
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nope

[url="http://www.kbb.com/ford/mustang/1996-ford-mustang/convertible-2d/?vehicleid=8946&intent=trade-in-sell&category=convertible&pricetype=private-party"]http://www.kbb.com/ford/mustang/1996-ford-mustang/convertible-2d/?vehicleid=8946&intent=trade-in-sell&category=convertible&pricetype=private-party[/url]
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That's way too much. And at that age, the stuff you listed shouldn't really be a factor besides the shocks and tires. If the engine could be checked out, that will help determine the cars worth.
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Assuming engine, etc is good, what would be a better price?
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only 58 thousand miles for 16 years old seems sketchy, but check car history before buying.
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[quote name='Wumbologist' timestamp='1338102346' post='3191696']
Assuming engine, etc is good, what would be a better price?
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Two major concerns - very low mileage for an old car, needs to be investigated
tranny might not be that solid - my gut instinct is mid-90s american cars had shitty autos but i might be wrong here.
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